September 08, 2017
This review is sponsored by the Home Depot as a part of The Home Depot's Pro-Spective Campaign.
The Dremel Pet Nail Grooming Kit comes boxed with a 4.8-Volt cordless rotary tool, 4.8-Volt battery, 3-hour battery charger, EZ Lock mandrel, pet grooming nail guard, lock sanding disc (4) and a wrench.
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Testing out the Dremel was super fun to say they least. I was so lucky to have Albi to help me test it out. The paw guide definitely came in handy, that was evident in the very beginning. I also liked that the dremel wasn't very loud. I know some dogs get startled by loud objects but Albi wasn't even phased by the noise. The Dremel being cordless was also a big deal because there were times when Albi would walk away lol he apparently had other plans; with the Dremel being cordless it was easy to just walk over to him versus trying to get him to come by an outlet. It was also a nice additive to have two speeds. Over all I think the tool worked great and would recommend it for any pet owner.
Dremel Pet Nail Grooming Guard - The Dremel Pet Nail Grooming Tool features a guard attachment that has a 45° angle paw guide and a clear cap for easy viewing. This helps ensure the dogs paws don't get harmed by drilling the nail too far down. It also features a hinged design for easy cleaning and assembly and can be used with other compatible Dremel rotary tools
EZ LOCK - Dremel's EZ lock mandrel and sanding discs made it very easy to switch out the discs. We were ready to start grooming within minutes of unboxing the Dremel.
Huge Shoutout to my two friends Schatzi and Albi for helping me test out this Dremel Nail Grooming Kit. I think they deserve a treat!
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