Why trimming your dog’s nails is so important?
Just like us, your dog’s nails continuously grow and require proper trimming on a monthly basis. In the wild, your dog would naturally wear down his nails by traveling and hunting over different terrain. That’s not the case with domesticated dogs, since we’ve greatly changed their environments. Since domesticated dogs’ nails are not worn down enough naturally to keep up with their growth, we need to closely inspect and trim their nails for them.
If left uncared for, your dog’s nails can grow too long. You’ll notice this if you can hear every footstep click loudly as he walks across a hardwood or tile floor. On carpeting, their snails may get snagged or caught up on the pile. Nails that are too long can break, chip and splinter among other painful conditions. Arthritis can set in over time, creating a painful condition that needs veterinary attention.
Dogs can easily tear their toenails when running or playing — especially outside where terrain and obstacles can become a hazardous venue for your dog’s long nails. Additionally, nails left too long can make standing and moving painful and awkward for your dog. In extreme situations, the nails can continue to grow until they twist or curl around and become embedded in the pads of your dog’s paws.
It’s important to introduce the process of trimming your dog’s nails as early on in his life as possible. Start by accustoming your dog to having his feet handled, and then gradually progress to handling just one paw pad and claw at a time. Make nail trimming a positive and enjoyable experience for your dog, and be sure to only hold nail trimming sessions during times when your dog is calm and focused. Give your dog treats whenever you expose him to the nail trimming process so that he associates nail trimming with a positive activity.
Descriptions & Features:
NO MESS: Revolutionary nail trimmer for your dog or cat. It's the newest and fastest way to keep your pet's nail trim rounded and smooth with no mess!
Make Nail Grinding Painless: If your pets are terrified of nail trimming, then we’ve got you covered. Precisely trim their nails round and smooth, no more worries about over cutting, nasty pains or bleeding. Leave your pet's paws touchably soft and your home safe from scratches.
Low Vibration and Low Noise: Equipped with a mute brass shaft and unique mute technology that's still powerful enough to gently remove thin layers of nail. Sensitive dogs will not get scared any longer, making your nail trimming work easier!
USB Charging: Save money on buying batteries! This Pet's Nail Grinder comes with a USB port and cable that can continuously operate up to 3 hours once fully charged.
Save Money On Grooming: You can now save your money on going to the vet or groomer. Simply make one purchase and you can easily do it yourself, low risk involved.
Detachable Grinding Wheel: Grinding stone can be easily removed for cleaning. Simply rub on the surface with soft towel and tissue, so that it will remain as effective as ever.
Suitable For All Pet's Size: The Pet's Nail Grinder comes with three size openings to suit different sized nail. Choose a suitable one according to the size and characteristics of your pet's nail.
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 of your hands, holding the pet nails 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 one lasting time is enough, any longer is not recommended for pet's safety.
- Be sure to adjust the grooming angle to polish the nails
- Charging time:2 hours
- Running time:3 hours
- Input:AC100V-240V 50HZ/60HZ
- Charging mode: USB charging
- Battery: Built-in battery