There are two main ways that you can trim your dog’s nails, you can use clippers, or you can use a nail grinder.
In this post, we are going to look share a Pedi Paws review.
Pedi Paws is a grinder designed specifically for using to trim down dogs nails.
We will then compare it to some other dog nail grinders and see which is the best option for you and your pooch.
Pedi Paws Dog Nail Grinder and Alternatives
These are the three products that we are going to review.
|Ransy Pedi Paws Dog Nail Grinder. Check prices...|
|Professional 2-Speed Casfuy Nail Grinder . Check prices...|
|Dremel 7300-PT 4.8V Cordless Pet Grinding Tool. Check prices...|
|The links in the chart go to Amazon. Star ratings are given by Pupster Passion based on research. They are independent of the star rating on Amazon.|
We will take a closer look at each of these products and list the good and bad points about each one.
We will start with the Pedi Paws Nail Grooming Tool and then look at two possible alternatives.
(BTW – you might also be interested in this post looking at quick finder dog nail clippers).
Nail Trimmer Reviews
Ransy PediPaws Dog Nail Trimmer | Pupster Passion Review:
This is a handheld, cordless, battery-powered canine nail grinding tool.
Let’s take a look at the details of this product:
- The PediPaws Nail Grinder is a safe and effective way to trim your dog’s nails.
- Powered by batteries, the quiet running, low vibration motor drives a grinding wheel with emery paper.
- The wheel is inside a see-through, protective guard cover, which protects you and the dog from the wheel and also catches any nail trimmings.
- The guard also restricts how much nail you can take off, which means you are much less likely to cut the dog’s quick. (The quick, very sensitive inner core of the claw that you must try hard not to cut).
- The PediPaws runs on two AA batteries, and it is really easy to operate and carry around.
- The PediPaws is not rechargeable, and batteries are not included.
- Reading customer reviews on social media of PediPaws, it gets a mixed reaction. Some dog owners really like this tool, but others are not very impressed.
- The main complaint seems to be that it not as powerful or as well made as people would like.
Ok, so this might not sound like the best product to use on your dog, so let’s move on from the PediPaws and take a look at some other potentials.
Professional 2-Speed Casfuy Nail Grinding Tool | Pupster Passion Review:
This product is a professional, hand-held, rechargeable nail trimmer with two-speed settings.
Let’s see how it looks in more detail:
- The Casfuy Dog Nail Trimmer is an excellent product that is very popular with dog owners.
- The nailing filing is done with a diamond-tipped grinding wheel to give safe, effective, precise nail trimming.
- The tool has two-speed settings, slower for more precision and faster for getting rid of larger sections of the claw.
- It has three different ports for safe grinding of different sized dog’s claws.
- It has been designed to run quietly with minimum vibration to reduce stress on nervous pets.
- The tool is rechargeable, and it has a built-in battery that will up to two hours after being charged for three hours.
- Lightweight and ergonomically designed, it can be used equally well with both left and right hands.
- It is recommended by both canine veterinarians and pet professional pet groomers.
- It can only be charged using a USB power supply. This isn’t a deal-breaker for us, but it is not ideal are USB power points are not always handy.
Dremel Pet Grinding Tool | Pupster Passion Review:
Dremel is a very well known brand of DIY small-sized power tool manufacturers.
Lots of dog owners use a standard Dremel tool for their dog’s nails, but they also have a purpose-built tool for the job at hand.
Let’s have a closer look at this product:
- The Dremel 7300-PT 4.8V is a cordless, hand-held dog nail grooming tool.
- It has two rotation speeds (6,500RPM and 13,000 RPM) to give you more control and accuracy.
- It uses a 60 grit-sanding drum for filing down the nails safely and humanely.
- A two-year warranty covers the Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd) rechargeable battery,
- It has a three-hour battery use after being fully charged up.
- This Dremel tool does not come with a safety guard, so it might not be the best option if your dog gets agitated when you are doing its nails.
- It also doesn’t have a trimmings catching system, but the mess should be easy to clean up.
To wrap up this PediPaws Review post, we think that of these three products, the best option for most dog owners it’s the Professional 2-Speed Casfuy Nail Grinder. Click here to check prices and availability…
The PediPaws looks ok but what makes us think it is not the best product is mixed customer feedback from other dog owners.
We think that Dremel would work fine, but it doesn’t have the guard like the Casfuy, which was the deal-breaker for us.
How to Use Grinding Tools on Dogs Nails
We have shared a video from a professional dog groomer and his dog Willow to finish off this post.
Willow is a very good girl while her Dad shows us how to use a tool like the PediPaws get your dog’s nails nice and smooth.