Dog nail grinding tools are one of several tools you can use to groom a dog’s nails.
In this guide, we look at what might be some of the best nail grinding tools, their features, and who nail grinding tools might be best for.
Let’s take a look.
(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)
Best Dog Nail Grinding Tool
If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing some of our top picks for dog nail grinding tools here …
Our top picks are the cordless 7300-PT, and the Casfuy:
- Dremel 7300-PT Dog & Cat Nail Grinder Kit (on Chewy)
- Dremel 7300-PT Cordless Pet Nail Grooming Tool (on Amazon)
- Casfuy Dog Nail Grinder (on Amazon)
Other cordless grinders include the:
- Dremel PawControl Dog Nail Grinder and Trimmer 7760-PGK (on Amazon)
- Dremel 7300-PGK Dog & Cat Nail Grinder Kit (on Chewy)
- Dremel 7300-PGK Pet Grooming Tool & Kit (on Amazon)
Corded grinders options include:
- Wahl Ultimate Corded Pet Nail Grinder (on Chewy)
- Wahl Ultimate Pet Nail Grinder (on Amazon)
- Andis EasyClip 2-Speed Pet Nail Grinder (on Chewy) (corded grinder)
- Andis EasyClip 2-Speed Pet Nail Grinder (on Amazon)
Best Dog Nail Grinding Tool: Reviews
Read more about the different pet nail grinding tools in these reviews:
- Dremel 7300-PGK vs Dremel 7300-PT vs PawControl 7760-PGK Nail Grooming Tools: Comparison Guide
- Casfuy Dog Nail Grinder Review
- Hertzko Electric Pet Nail Grinder Review
- Wahl Ultimate and Classic Pet Nail Grinders Reviews
- Andis Pet Nail Grinders: Reviews (2 Speed EasyClip, & Cordless Grinder)
- Oster Gentle Paws Pet Nail Grinder Review
- Furminator Pet Nail Grinder Review
Best Dog Nail Grinding Tool: Buyer’s Guide
Types Of Dog Nail Grinders
The two main types are cordless, and corded pet nail grinders.
Cordless nail grinders might be categorised by the type of battery they use – replaceable, or rechargeable (lithium ion).
Beyond that, grinders might be categorised by the type of grooming bit they use – sanding bands, sanding discs, or a grinding bit/grinding stone.
Some Of The Features To Look Out For, Or Consider
- Whether the grinder is corded or cordless
- The type of battery it uses
- How long the battery lasts in operation
- How long the battery takes to charge
- How a tool recharges – via AC charger adapter, via USB cable, or something else
- The number of speeds the grinder has – two speed, one speed, variable speed
- The length, and weight of the grinding tool
- Whether the grinder uses grinding discs, sanding bands and drums, or grinding stones
- Whether the tool comes with a kit
- Whether other bits can be used with the tool to use the tool for other activities other than grooming nails
- The price of the tool
- What the warranty includes and how long it is
- What country the tool can be used in
- The number of grinding ports the tool has
- The size of pet the tool is designed for – small, medium or large
Why We Like The Dremel & Casfuy
The Dremel PT-300 and the Casfuy are both affordable, reasonably reliable, can be used for a range of sizes of pets, and have decent value overall.
The Dremel PawControl 7760-PGK is also worth looking at because it has a rechargeable lithium ion battery.
Options Other Than Nail Grinders
- Nail Clippers
- Nail Files
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