It seems scary, but you really can Cut your dog’s nails at home– and Dremel wireless facilitate. For dogs with light colored nails, cutting nails with a standard clipper is a relatively straightforward process (although sometimes worrying). But it is a different ball game for dogs with dark colored nails because it can be challenging for true. With a mild Dremel, you don’t have to worry about accidental trims because your dog is grabbing a pawna.
You will be very surprised how easily and how well your dog adapts to it, even a senior dog such as me. The latest in the Dremel range is the Dremel 7350-PET which is 7% quieter than the previous model. You can hardly say that it sounds, and at least two dogs (13yrs and 8yrs) that I tested were not affected by the little sound that was produced.
Dremel provides simple but point-on instructions on how to help your dog get comfortable with the process. Make a slow introduction (with many delicious treats) before actually trying to cut any nails — fast at your dog’s pace. Once you go through the initial introduction, Dremel makes it easy to take care of your puppy’s nail pieces.