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Calling all dog owners: we all know the struggle of trying to trim your pup’s nails. They are either too nervous, too scared, or think the nail drill or nail clipper is the enemy. We don’t blame them: they are loud and a bit scary! We have tried to calm them down, but it is a very difficult task to do. We are about to give up on having our vets do it for us or a groomer. But that’s more money than we want to spend! It’s a vicious circle.
But thanks to Amazon, we may have found an easy-to-use, cost-effective tool that over 70,000 Amazon dog owners have left reviews on (with mostly positive reviews!). It’s on rare sale for just $30 right now.
Casfuy Dog Nail Grinder
$29.99, originally $39.99
The Casfuy Dog Nail Grinder
is a safe and quiet grinding tool that allows you to trim your dog’s nails with ease and precision. With two speeds and three grinding options, this adjustable clipper helps you take your time or rush when it comes to your dog’s nails. Let’s face it; our dogs can get quite nervous when we go to trim their nails. However, with the low noise and vibration, it can be a more calming experience for them!
Depending on the brand, you only need to use it in three steps. First, they recommend getting your dog used to the sound and smell to avoid any fear reactions. Then you choose the port you want to work with and gently place the grinder on their fingernails. Then, be sure to reward them each time as an act of positive reinforcement.
With nearly 75,000 4.5-star reviews on Amazon, it’s quickly become a staple among dog parents. One Amazon buyer said, “Quietest shredder on the market. The first one I bought with a different brand is noisy and scares my little dog. Highly recommended.”
Another buyer added that it was ‘perfect for scared dogs’, saying: ‘My daughter was a little nervous at first because she felt I was about to do something to her paws. I turned it on and she tilted her head to the side and gently pressed it down to sniff it. When I touched her nail she rushed away but after asking my friend to hold her, give her pets and treats, I managed to grind ALL her nails without problem. Since then, I have been using the grinder without problems on my own.
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