Furminator Nail Grinder

by Furminator
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  • Eases the process of filing your dog's nails
  • Automatic LED light for visibility and safety
  • The design ensures pain-free trimming
  • 4 AA - alkaline batteries included
  • For all dogs and cats
  • Eliminates soreness in paws, legs, and hips

Pets need their nails trimmed regularly, typically every 3 to 4 weeks. Untrimmed nails can affect the comfort and health of pets. As a result of long nails, pets may develop sore feet, legs and hips and overall discomfort. Simply walking with too long of nails can be a painful experience.

Nail care is one of the most important and somewhat misunderstood areas of pet care for most pet owners. It can seem like a daunting task to maintain the clipping and grinding of nails, but leaving them uncared for can be uncomfortable for your pet.

The Furminator Nail Grinder is a great solution to help tackle the daunting task of pet nail care! It is a cordless, two-speed nail grinder that safely allows owners to manage pet nail care with ease. This two-speed cordless grinder provides high-performance grinding while ensuring safety for pets and owners alike. Equipped with automatic LED light and ergonomic tool design, the FURminator Nail Grinder simplifies pet nail care and promotes comfort and health associated with trimmed nails.

Instructions for Use

1. Monitor your pet’s nails and care for them when appropriate to avoid overgrowth.

2. The pet’s nails should not touch the floor when standing. Regular maintenance is important for the health and comfort of your pet.

3. Slowly introduce the grinder to your pet. When they are comfortable with the tool and the sound, you should begin working on the nails.

4. Before starting, note where the dead nail ends and where the live part, 'the quick', starts. Hold the paw firmly while gently pressing the base of each nail with your thumb.

5. Gently grind down the nail going slowly to keep your pet comfortable. Be sure to stop grinding before reaching the quick to avoid bleeding. Short passes of the grinder are recommended to avoid overheating of the nail, which can cause discomfort.