How to use:
Step 1: According to the pet's size and characteristics of their nails, choose the suitable port/ opening for your pet.
Step 2: Holding the grinder with one hand, while holding your pets paw with the other hand, put its nail into a port gently, and then begin to grind.
Step 3: Take off the plastic cover of the grinder in an anticlockwise direction, turn it on and gently clean the surface of the nail grinder with eraser, paper or cloth to remove the nail powder.
- Reward your dog before & after grinding for encouragement.
- 5 seconds grinding for each nail is enough, any longer is not recommended for pet's safety.
- Be sure to adjust the grooming angle to polish the nails.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is the nail grinder better than the clippers?
The nail grinder is a better, safer and more convenient option.
Do you really offer a money-back guarantee?
Absolutely. We're confident that you're going to love our product. If that's not the case, we will refund you.
How long does it take for the product to arrive?
Between 1-2 weeks for most of the countries. In some cases it might take up to 3 weeks. Contact us if you experience any delays and we will sort it out.
How often should a dog's nails be trimmed?
On average, most dogs will need to have their nails trimmed every 1-2 months.
When your dog's nails are too long?
If a dog's nails are too long, you will hear them clack when the dog walks on hard surfaces. The claws should not protrude over the pad and should not touch the ground when standing.
Why Long nails are bad for dogs?
Long nails can turn a sound paw into a splayed foot and reduce traction, and they can cause deformed feet and injure the tendons over an extended period. As the long nail hits the ground, the pressure puts force on the foot and leg structure.
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