Ever try to use those nail trimmers to get your dog to stop echoing on the floor when they walk across it? Not easy to use especially when you have a pooch that doesn't like its nails touched.
And my biggest fear is accidentally cutting too far down and making them bleed which I know hurts the animals also. Safer to use when it comes to cutting too close to the cuticle bed as clippers can do.
Once the cuticle bed is cut, it will start to bleed and your dog feels pain when walking on that foot.
The grinder leaves a much smoother nail than a clipper does, this eliminates the snags that may occur when your dog is walking through the carpeting and prevents them from scratching people when those paws come up to be shaken.
Grinders emit a soft humming sound which in turn may calm your dog so that it is easy to touch their nails. Clippers cause a cracking sound which may upset the dog and causes more possibility of cutting too far down on that nail.
Features & its Benefits
Safe, Efficient, and Precise Trimming
It offers the safest and the most comfortable claw filing for pets as it makes use of an advanced diamond point grinder. You can now trim your pet's nails painlessly and accurately anywhere and is recommended by the vets and pet care professionals.
Advanced 2-Speed 3-Port Grinding Switch
There is an adjustable low-speed design powerful enough to withstand heavy grinding as the trimmer here features an adjustable low-speed design. It has 3 ports to fit in the small, medium, and large pets. Select the one that is appropriate and speed based on the size and hardness of your pet's nails.
Very low noise and vibration
The sound and the vibration of the pet nail file are sure to stress many pets. Our electric pet nail file uses a superior motor with quiet technology to produce very low vibration to keep the pets calm and also help file their claws faster and easier.
Rechargeable and Portable
It is rechargeable and wireless and has an indicator light at the bottom that can turn on while charging. There is a built-in battery that can last for 2 hours after charging it for 3 hours. The ergonomic and lightweight design of the body can also make it easier in terms of its operations with the right or the left hand.
A lot depends on the type of dog you own. If you have a very hyper dog or a dog that is shy with touch and noise, the grinder may not be the best choice for the safety of the dog, and the aggravation it may cause you to get the dog to calm down enough to trim the nails.
The choice really depends on your dog, so pay attention and decide what type the dog is and purchase what you think will be the best and safest way to trim those nails.