The fact that dogs need their nails clipped once in every 4 or 6 weeks, can in no time create a big bump in your budget. Still, you can’t opt for not trimming your dog’s nails just to save some money.
Long nails can cause problems with walking, pain, and a huge amount of discomfort. If you considered grooming your dog at home, but are afraid of nail clippers, the grinder might just be the device for you.
On the other hand, the market is full of various grinding tools that promise great results, but is this true in every case? The simple answer is no, even if your friend had a great experience with a particular grinder it might not work for your dog.
In order to find the best nail grinder, you need to consider the type of nails your dog has. Furthermore, some grinding tools can be loud, and no matter how efficient you will do nothing if your dog is scared of its sound.
|Name||Image||Best for||Number of speeds||Corded/Cordless||Quiet||Price|
|INNOPAW Dog Nail Grinder||Medium and small dogs||One||Cordless||Yes|
|AMIR Pet Nail Grinder||Dogs of all sizes||One||Cordless||Yes|
|MiPets Rechargeable Pet Nail Grinder||Dogs of all sizes||One||Cordless||Yes|
|URPOWER Rechargeable Pet Nail Grinder||Small and medium||One||Cordless||Yes|
|Furminator Professional Nail Grinder||Dogs of all sizes||Two||Cordless||No|
|Oster Gentle Paws Premium Nail Grinder||Small dogs||Two||Cordless||Yes|
|Furry Fido Pet Nail Grinder||Small and medium-sized dogs||Two forward and two reverse speeds||Cordless||Yes|
|Hertzko Electric Pet Nail Grinder||Dogs of all sizes||One||Cordless||Yes|
|Conair Pro Pet Nail Grinder||Dogs of all sizes||One||Yes|
|Dremel 7300-PT 4.8V Pet Nail Grooming Tool||Dogs of all sizes||Two||Cordless||No|