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Dremel Nail Grooming Kit

by Dremel
167 customer reviews
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Technical Details
Part NumberZW7300 02 87
Item Weight540 g
Product Dimensions8 x 4.3 x 2.5 cm
Item model number7300-PT
Power Sourcecordless-electric
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Weight540 grams
Length8 centimeter
Width43 millimeters
Height25 millimeters
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #358 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight558 g
Date First AvailableMay 7 2012
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The use of dog nail clippers can be painful for your pet. The Dremel pet nail grooming kit allows you to quickly, easil, and safely trim your pet's nails. With easy to follow instructions included in the kit, you'll be grooming pet nails in minutes.

From the Manufacturer

The Dremel Pet Grooming Kit offers a safe, effective way to keep your pet's nails neat and trim. Rather than risk damage and discomfort with clippers or scissors, use the kit's rotary tool for painless, easy grooming of your pet's nails. The rotary tool gently grinds down claws using speeds that are appropriate to the task. And because it is cordless, the rotary tool provides optimum control over the grooming process.

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Pet Grooming Kit
At a Glance:
  • Rotary tool provides a safe, effective, less stressful alternative to clipping
  • Two rotation speeds let you safely and carefully grind nails in stages
  • Cordless operation for optimum control
  • Compatible with an array of Dremel sanding drums and bands
  • Backed by a two-year warranty
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Dremel Pet Grooming Kit

The Dremel Pet Grooming Kit is a painless way to keep your pet's nails neat and trim.
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A Safe and Painless Alternative to Clipping
Using clippers and scissors to trim your pet's nails can cause splintering, cracking, or bleeding--all of which can lead to discomfort and pain for your pet. That's why the Dremel Pet Grooming Kit features a rotary tool that provides a harmless alternative to clipping. Offering two speed settings--5,000 and 13,000 rpm--the 4.8-volt rotary tool lets you safely and carefully grind down your pet's nails in stages to avoid cutting the quick.

Lightweight, Cordless Design
The Dremel Pet Grooming Kit's compact rotary tool has large, easy-to-operate controls. And because the rotary tool is cordless and lightweight, you can groom your pet's nails anywhere with optimum precision.

Drum and BandDo-it-Yourself Grooming
To use the Dremel Pet Grooming Kit, simply secure your pet in a comfortable position and make sure any long fur is safely out of the way. Use one hand to support the toe and claw and the other hand to operate the rotary tool. Without applying pressure, allow the rotating drum to grind each nail for up to three seconds, making sure to alternate between all the nails on each paw. Frequently switching nails during grinding keeps your pet comfortable and prevents nails from getting too hot.

Easy Drum and Band Replacements
Replacing the Dremel sanding drum or band is a cinch with the kit's included wrench. Using approved accessories for this pet grooming tool is recommended. For Dremel sanding drums, use 407 and 430; for Dremel sanding bands, use 408, 431, 438, 445, and 446.

What's in the Box
4.8-volt cordless rotary tool and wrench.

Dremel Pet Grooming Kit

Featuring two opperating speeds and large, easy-to-use controls,
this cordless rotary tool is ideal for grooming your pet's nails.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

Most helpful customer reviews

65 of 66 people found the following review helpful By bonix on Jan. 25 2013
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I tried a few times to trim my lab's nails with a clipper, but sometimes I hurt him hitting the thick and after a few episodes process was a chore, since he began to be really uncooperative and me really distressed of hurting him again. So I decided to give a try with this Dremel.

Even though a lot of people don't recommend this model because is not strong enough, I decided to get it because I was the one with the the lower RPM. My idea was, lower RPM = less noisy. My dog HATES machine sounds like vacuum cleaner, blender and etc. So I was afraid that the Dremel was going to be a problem too.

I don't know other models, but this is not noisy on the lowest setting, not even close the sound that I was expecting. But it took a few attempts for him to be confortable with the sound, and the idea of the tool touching his nails. But with some treats close by and a lot of patience it was a great success!! Don't get me wrong, he still doesn't love the idea, but he tolerates since he knows that treats are coming.

First he allowed the back pawns, and after 5 sessions he started to allow the front pawns as well. Now my dog walks around the house quiet as a cat, no more clicking around the house.

If you want to trim your dog's nails, here are my tips:
- Have lots of treats close by, it works better when the dog is hungry
- Make the dog used to the sound and the object, no need to go for the nails on the first try
- Trim some dry pasta in front of him, like macaroni or penne, you will get experience and the dog will get used to the sound
- Before going for the nails, just touch the pawn with the butt of the tool, just so he gets used to the vibration, then just touch the same part on the nails.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Patrick TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 11 2014
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Nice little Dremel... Even on low speed, you really need the 240 grit sanding drums or stone to keep the vibration to a minimum.. Also if your pup has long hair you need to encapsulate the hair, cause it will get wrapped up in the rotary tool. I had an eye glass polishing cloth that I never use. It was a solid silky type material. Not a microfiber or any loose strands. I poked a small hole in the center to just allow the nail to pop through and then draped the cloth down over the paw. You hold the paw wrapped in the cloth, so no material or pups hair get's close to the rotating tool. It's quite easy to do. My pup was a little fidgity for her first time, as the tool made contact with the nail. But do a nail or two, give a little treat and a little rest, then do a couple of more. After a couple of sessions, the pup will just lay there quietly.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Inky Quill on July 5 2013
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Actually it is.

Delivered two days after I placed the order, and it works very nicely.

My dog is used to the noise of the fur clippers and this is quieter.

No splintering of the nail ends as there is with the scissor style clippers.

It is easier to get the nails short without cutting the quick.

Ni-Cad batteries should be run down low before recharging, for longevity.

I highly recommend this. (at the current $32)

Use it at low speed for safety, and to get used to it.

Work from the right and go upwards so it won't catch on the top of the nail.

Keep your hands in contact with each other.

Don't spend more than a couple of seconds, and let the nail cool.

Watch closely for the approach of the quick.

Hug your dog.

(EDIT - October 2015 - The capacity of the batteries makes them useful for only one usage and it must be freshly charged. I removed a star now.))
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Arthur E. Proulx on Dec 22 2013
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Replaced a one AA battery operated 'pet' nail grinder that had a worn fixed grinding wheel...which was very slow to get the job done.
Like the Dremel with the replaceable grind belts and the 2 speed choices ( be careful that the hi-speed is not on for a small dog. Hi speed would be great for a larger my daughters Lab retriever...but hates to have his paws handled for 'any' reason'.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By K on Sept. 7 2013
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Bought this dremel to trim my 75lb boxers nails and it works great! His nails are quite thick, but on high this dremel has no problem with grinding his nails down. It is a very quiet machine compared to other dremels I have used before. This is the first time I have been successful with using a dremel on my dogs nails and he is 5.5 years old! I started slow with letting him smell the dremel and giving him treats. Over a few days I would touch the dremel to his nail without turning it on and treat; Then turn it on and get him used to the sound and treat; Then trim one nail, treat; Trim all nails on one paw, and again lots of treats, etc.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie on Feb. 7 2015
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Very good product! I'm not afraid to hurt my pup when cutting her nails anymore and she's much much more confident when it's nail grooming time. One small problem, it is not easy to put it together and the instructions are the worst. I finally figured it out on my own. If this can help anyone else...:
1. Press the shaft lock button and slightly turn the collet nut to the left, it will click. Stop and go to the right to loosen it.
2. Take it off. The nut has a small collet inside. With the accessorie's stem, push throught the nut's top hole. The collet will probably fall off. Put it back inside so it goes around the accessorie's stem that is now inside the nut.
3. Put everything back in the tool and turn it to the left to thighten it as much as you can.
4. Press the shalft lock button again and keep turning the nut to the left. It will click again. You are good to go!
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