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Ideal for trimming, shaping and smoothing pet nails quickly and effectively. The Wahl Battery Nail Grinder files nails quickly and effectively and reduces potential for accidents when caring for pets’ nails.


The high-speed sanding disc quickly files excess nail and eliminates the potential to cut the quick, causing pain to the animal. Supplied with various attachments you and your pet will appreciate this amazingly simple solution to claw maintenance. The accessories include 2 large sanding drums and 5 sanding bands.


This battery powered pet nail file is designed to offer an alternative to clipping your pet’s nails, removing excess nail quickly and painlessly. The lightweight, ergonomic design fits easily in the palm of the hand, leaving the other hand free to hold the paw as the nail is filed.


Key benefits:



You can choose a suitable attachment to the pets’ size and characteristics of their nails. It is suitable for all pets including cats, dogs, hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, and birds.



This pet nail trimmer has various attachments for different sized nails. You can choose a suitable one according to the pets’ size and characteristics of their nails.



Powered by a C type battery, the cordless operation offers you greater flexibility and freedom of movement and you do not need to be concerned about the lead getting tangled.



The safety cap and safety stop feature prevents over trimming ensuring the protection of your pet.


Tip: For a successful nail grinding session, start by allowing your pup to inspect and sniff the tool first before turning it on. Then switch it on so they can get used to the sound before you start grinding their nails, remembering to hand out plenty of healthy treats along the way.

Wahl Battery Nail Grinder

SKU: a4e9726e-9ae2-44bc-b80b-a2b736c8fdb2
  • Grooming is a wonderful way to bond with your pet, but dogs or cats that are new to grooming should be introduced to it slowly.

    Begin grooming sessions when your pet is relaxed.

    Give your pet plenty of reassurance and make physical contact with your hands throughout the grooming session.

    Pause or end the grooming session if your pet becomes agitated or shows signs of stress.

    Keep grooming sessions brief to begin with, and increase the length of the sessions as your pet becomes used to grooming.

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