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The Dremel Pet Grooming Kit is a painless way to keep your pet's nails neat and trim.
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.
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.
Featuring two opperating speeds and large, easy-to-use controls,
this cordless rotary tool is ideal for grooming your pet's nails.
Good tool, and loved it at first, but after a while the battery won't hold charge. On a full battery, I'm now getting about 30 seconds of run-time. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Freezie
Was what I expected and am very pleased with the product so far. Its very quiet and has 2 speeds. My dog does not seem to mind it either. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Shelley
Does pretty much what it is intended to do. Our dogs aren't going hyper anymore when they hear the buzzing of the tool so I would recommend this over the clippers for sure.Published 1 month ago by Son of a Beach
This may seem an odd question but I have very thick toenails on my big toes that I cannot cut. Has anyone tried the Dremel on a human??Published 1 month ago by Bill
This dremel works very well. I use it once a week for our two medium sized dogs. This is the second one I have purchased, for the battery in the first one did not charge properly... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Dowdall