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'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 Jan 4, 2019
I have a one year old lab who still jumps and acts crazy even with training. He's got some long nails, and it definitely hurts when he scratches while he's jumping up to say hello. He's never had a manicure - only because I kept putting it off. I knew clippers would be a no-go so I thought a grinder would be my best option. I LOVE THIS THING. It is so easy to do. I've used it once and I think I made a good choice. It's not too loud, and I was worried about that because my dog barks at weird noises (like most dogs). It needed to be a two person job for me because my pup wasn't sure about the noise or his paws being man-handled. I got four claws done before he squirmed to the point where we hadI have a one year old lab who still jumps and acts crazy even with training. He's got some long nails, and it definitely hurts when he scratches while he's jumping up to say hello. He's never had a manicure - only because I kept putting it off. I knew clippers would be a no-go so I thought a grinder would be my best option. I LOVE THIS THING. It is so easy to do. I've used it once and I think I made a good choice. It's not too loud, and I was worried about that because my dog barks at weird noises (like most dogs). It needed to be a two person job for me because my pup wasn't sure about the noise or his paws being man-handled. I got four claws done before he squirmed to the point where we had to stop. But I don't mind. I don't want him to have a bad experience with getting his nails done. Hopefully the next attempt I can get the rest of his front claws done! lol I would definitely recommend this nail grinder.… more
Read instructions, great product
on Jan 5, 2019
Just got this today. I have been cutting my dogs nails with old fashion cutters for over 35 years. This was so much better. Even with cutting them and fling them once a month their toenails were to long. Read the instructions and took my time. Best there nails have ever looked. Do suggest wearing a mask as the dust does fly. Hardly any resistance from my two dogs. The Lab/Basset hound mix has the biggest, thickest nails of any dog I have owned. Use the sandpaper grinder first and if needed use the regular or rounded grinding wheel to polish. Less time and so much less stress on me and the dogs.
on Jan 20, 2019
For claiming to be a "professional" grinder, it does not do what it states. The battery operated nail grinder I have works better than this. I have 2 large breed dogs who hate getting their nails clipped so I was in search of a grinder with a lot of strength. This definitely did not do a "professional" job! I will be returning this item.
on Feb 3, 2019
Love this grinder. I use it at least once per week to keep my pup used to it. Much better than clippers cus you can actually see the quick before you damage it. Grind until you see the little white dot in the center and then stop.
on Feb 22, 2019
I don’t think the sandpaper last long. But in the long run better having it here than traveling to have toe nails done somewhere else and wasting gas.
on Mar 9, 2019
This nail grinder works great on my dogs nails. Would recommend this product.
on Feb 3, 2019
It works perfect and is quiet and doesn't scare my little dachsand
on Jul 24, 2018
Although this was advertised as quiet, my dog still FREAKS out anytime we attempt to clip or file her nails. The tool itself is good and worked on the one nail I was able to file in the battle of the nail trimming. Honestly, I would rather take her to the vet and pay someone to do her nails. The stress and trauma aren't worth the money saved by doing it at home.
Too weak to be effective takes way too long
on Jul 13, 2018
I liked the idea of this quieter with a guard to prevent taking too much off. However it has so little power it takes way too long. My rescues get way too agitated to use it on them. With black nails I thought this was the answer but they can't possibly relax long enough to make any real progress. I should have bought the Dremel.