Oster Gentle Paws Pet Nail Grinder: Review, & Buyer’s Guide



This is an Oster Gentle Paws Pet Nail Grinder Review where we look at it’s features, and who it might and might not be for.

Let’s get to it.


(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)


Oster Pet Nail Grinder

If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing this nail grinder here:


Oster Pet Nail Grinder: Features

  • A cordless pet nail grinder
  • Uses AA batteries (but these batteries aren’t included)
  • Has two speeds
  • Uses sanding bands for nails, but also comes with a grinding stone


Oster Pet Nail Grinder: Review, & Buyer’s Guide

Who Might The Oster Pet Nail Grinder Be For?

  • Those who want a cordless grinder
  • Those who want a two speed grinder


Who Might The Oster Pet Nail Grinder NOT Be For?

  • Those who want a variable speed grinder with more than two speeds
  • Those who want a rechargeable battery grinder
  • Those who prefer a Dremel or another brand of nail grinder
  • Those who want zero noise – from using a pair of manual nail clippers for example


Should You Get The Oster Or A Dremel?

We like the value of the Dremel 7300-PT better personally, or even the Casfuy grinder.

But it can also come down to these factors:

  • Cost
  • Durability (how long the tool and it’s battery lasts for)
  • What’s included in the warranty
  • Size of the tool 

A Dremel tool may also take other Dremel accessories and allow you to do other tasks and light projects around the house. 

If you want to check out some of the other Dremels made specifically for pet nail grinding and their features, you can do so in this comparison guide.

If you want to view them directly, you can do so here:


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