Make nail grooming a more pawsitive experience with the ConairPRO Professional Dog Nail Grinder. A safe and easy alternative to nail clipping, the grinder works by filing down your dog’s nails with a rotating attachment. Ideal for dogs of all sizes, it helps eliminate the risk of going too short, while keeping your dog’s nails at a comfortable length. Its quiet motor helps to put skittish dogs at ease, while the powerful and lightweight design gets the job done quickly.
Electric nail grinder provides a safe alternative to nail clipping for dogs of all sizes.
The quiet motor is specifically designed to help put nervous or resistant dogs more at ease.
Powerful and lightweight, the ergonomic design works quickly without straining your hand.
Compact design for easy storage and the long cord provides plenty of slack so you can pick a comfortable spot.
Protective adjustable cover reduces the spread of nail dust. Comes with easily interchangeable stone/sander attachments.
2-Year Limited Warranty. Manufacturer will repair or replace (at our option) your unit free of charge for 24 months (if a corded appliance) or 12 months (if a battery-powered appliance) from the date of purchase if the appliance is defective in workmanship or materials. Requires purchase receipt and a postage and handling charge.
I have tried many nail trimmers, and I have bought grinders before. The dogs never let me get close to them with the grinders. This one though, was quiet, it didn't bother them as much and I actually did my big dog's nails the other night! I appreciate the cord also, the other battery operated grinders make more noise and don't have the power to keep going very long.
So far, so good.
on Jun 10, 2019
So far it is working great. I've tried multiple dremels for my 85lb, black nailed, dog. It isn't silent but not too loud. Gets the job done and quite well with the brown/red attachment. The pink one isn't really needed for us but I can imagine it would be good to smooth out the nail. It does come with a few extra wheels and a semi-pointed attachment. I hope it continues to work this well.
Conair nail grinder
on Jun 30, 2019
I used to use a battery op nail grinder but the batteries ran empty pretty quickly so I decided to get the electric one and I love it ! It's strong enough to maintain a certain length . I use it once a week and just take a little bit off .
WORST PRODUCT EVER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
on May 15, 2019
I WAS USING THIS ON MY YORKIE AND SHE DIDNT LIKE THE FEELING AND SHE WENT FORWARD AND HER HAIR GOT CAUGHT IN IT , I TOOK ME SO LONG TO UNTANGLE IT,, NOT RECOMMEND
I WOULD SAY ONLY USE ON A DOG WITH SHORT HAIR. ALSO IT HEATS UP SO FAST ON THERE NAIL BADS THAT BOTH MY DOGS HATE IT....
Super Easy To Use!
on May 7, 2019
We have 3 pups, ones a large Border Collie mix who weighs nearly 70 lbs , we have a purebred Mini Schnauzer, and we have a lab mix puppy. This nail grinder worked perfect for all 3. I’ve never done their nails myself, and they all did fantastic for me and with the grinder. Definitely glad we purchased this!
Simple, quiet and gets the job done.
on Apr 5, 2019
I was worried my dog would hate this since she’s so skittish. She actually doesn’t mind it. It’s also pretty quiet. I introduced it to her for two days by the 3rd day I was able to file her nails down and it was amazing. I’m not really one for writing reviews but I was truly impressed. If your dog is scared of getting it’s nails cut I I would highly recommend this if you want to try a different approach to trimming their nails.
Love the nail grinder!
on May 12, 2019
Absolutely love this nail grinder! I have a mastiff and her nails are thick. It was very hard to trim her nails until I bought the Conair Pro!
on Apr 16, 2019
Was very easy to use, my dogs sit still and didn't fight at all. Would recommend to anyone who has problems clipping their dogs nails. Works on even the thicker harder large dogs nails.
Takes Getting Used To
on Jan 30, 2019
I've used this a couple of times, and am still getting used to it. In my opinion, it's a skill best learned slowly. It seems a bit jumpy, which worries me, but I think that with more use I will be able to control it better. It does seem to work good, as far as grinding the nail. I'm willing to spend the time to get used to it, and be able to do a good job with, in order to eliminate the need for actual clippers. I've used clippers for decades and it's obvious to me that they squeeze the nail, can cause accidental 'quick' cuts, and are overall scary to the pet. These grinders don't scare my dog once past the initial 'omg, what are you up to now' moment.
on May 8, 2019
works great very happy quite running so did not scare my dog. But it’s time consuming not use to that i always clip my dogs.