Dremel 7300-PGK Pet Nail Grooming/Grinding Kit: Review, & Buyer’s Guide

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Dremel offers a few different pet nail grooming/grinding tools.

In this guide, we provide a review of the Dremel 7300-PGK Pet Nail Grinding Tool.

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)

 

Dremel 7300-PGK Pet Nail Grooming/Grinding Kit

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Dremel 7300-PGK Pet Nail Grooming/Grinding Kit: Features

  • A cordless battery operated pet nail grooming/grinding tool
  • Has a 45 degree paw guide/Dremel Pet Nail Grooming Guard attachment that allows the tool user to grind their pet’s nails on the correct angle. 
  • Uses grooming discs instead of grinding drums
  • Has 2 speeds – 6,500 and 15,000 RPM
  • Has an integrated 4.8 volt Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd) battery
  • Takes roughly 3 hours to charge
  • Tool can also be used for jobs in and around the house for light-duty projects, precision work and jobs requiring control
  • Has a warranty – check the warranty at the time of buying
  • The PGK attachment is compatible with other Dremel models – the 7700, 8100, 8220, 3000, 4000 and 4300 rotary tools

 

Dremel 7300-PGK Pet Nail Grinding/Grooming Tool: Review, & Buyer’s Guide

Who Might The 7300-PGK Be For?

  • Those who want to use a battery powered nail tool instead of a pair of handheld clippers
  • Those who want a cordless tool
  • Those who want to use sanding disks instead of sanding drums
  • Those who want an attachment for the tool designed specifically for pet nails

 

Who Might The 7300-PGK NOT Be For?

  • Those who want a completely noiseless grooming/grinding tool like a pair of nail clippers 
  • Those who want to be able to use sanding bands instead of sanding discs

 

Is The 7300-PGK Worth It?

Some people mention that the tool isn’t great in practice because the attachment can be hard to maneuver the pet’s nails into. The 7300 might be a better option.

Other options for those looking for alternatives might be handheld manual nail clippers, or a nail file.

 

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