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Dog Nails 7300 Series Cordless Pet Nail Grinder Rotary Tool with Charger and Accessories

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  • Pet nail grinder for trimming dog nails quickly and easily
  • Designed to be safe, harmless and humane
  • Includes battery, charger, sanding bands and drum with mandrel
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Dremel simplifies pet grooming for owners and animals with this cordless Pet Nail Rotary Tool. The rechargeable, battery-powered device uses a 60-grit sanding drum to comfortably trim toenails in a manner that is designed to be harmless and humane. Choose from two speeds (6500 or 13,000 RPM) to safely, easily and quickly trim pet nails without resorting to cumbersome and sometimes-painful clippers.
  • Rotary action of the tool comfortably trims your pet's nails, making it a palatable experience for owner and animal
  • 2 speeds (6,500 and 13,000 RPM) allow operator to apply optimal spin rate
  • Includes: 4.8-Volt cordless rotary tool, 1/2 in. Dia 60-grit sanding drum with mandrel (model 407), (4) 1/2 in. Dia 60-grit sanding bands (model 408), wrench, battery and charger
  • Compatible with Dremel 756-01 charger, works with Dremel battery 755-01
  • Not compatible with AT01-PGK
  • 2-year limited warranty

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Product Depth (in.)8 inProduct Height (in.)9.2 in
Product Width (in.)4.2 in


Amperage (amps)0Batteries IncludedYes
Battery Amp Hours3 AhBattery Power TypeLithium Ion
Battery SizeLithium IonBattery/Charger1 Battery & Charger Included
Battery/Charger(1) 3 Ah Battery & Charger IncludedCharger IncludedCharger Included
Chuck Capacity0.125 inChuck TypeKeyed
Color FamilyGrayConditionNew
Cordless Tool TypeRotary ToolCordless/CordedCordless
Maximum Speed (rpm)13000Motor TypeBrushed
Number of Total Batteries Included1Power Tool FeaturesNo Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)4.4Returnable90-Day
Tool Only| KitKitTools Product TypePower Tool
Variable SpeedNoVoltage (volts)4.8 V

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Certifications and ListingsCSA Listed,UL ListedManufacturer Warranty2 Year

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  • 4.4
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Works Great
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] It took a little practice of doing my sheepadoodles nails, but my Baby girl lets me use my dremel as long as I talk to her while I am filing her nails. Between grooming her thick nail can cause me to bleed when she jumps on me . When I use my Dremel, I avoid that pain. I love that it’s cordless too. The charge holds for a long time.
    • Recommended
    Hard to assemble
    Pet Dremel I received is impossible for MY hands to assemble. Pressing sides to release dremel to put on charger and remove from charger is so hard to manage. I’ll keep trying but believe I’ll have to return as it’s so very hard to do. Have had a Dremel in the past and loved it. Wish I felt this way towards the pet nail trimmer.
      It is so easy to trim my dog's nails. It comes with extra accessories to change when the filing ...
      It is so easy to trim my dog's nails. It comes with extra accessories to change when the filing bands get dull. It has two speeds and the charge lasts through each use. It comes with a rechargeable battery which can be recharged after every use if needed. Make sure you discharge the battery fully before you recharge it for your next trimming. I would definitely recommend this tool to help trim your dog's nails. I am glad that Home Depot has this great item to offer to their customers. My dog and I appreciate it!
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      • Recommended
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      Compact, yet powerful and easy to use
      [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] When I come home, nothing comforts me more than hearing the click, click, click of my dogs' feet running towards me with enthusiasm. But, when those little clicks sound more like clap, clap, claps I know it's time for a trim. I usually take the dogs to get washed and clipped every 6-8 weeks so when I heard about the Dremel 7300-PGK Pet Grooming Kit I was excited to try it. Upon opening the box, I was surprised at the size and weight, both being compact and light when compared to my crafting Dremel 4000 tool. Though small in size, the power is has not been limited as it whirred up with power right out of the box. The instructions say to fully charge before using, so in that time, I read through the easy to follow instructions and looked up tips to help my dogs get used to the tool. When charging was complete, I assembled the tool with the included filing bit and the clear safety guard you attach to the top that encircles the filing disc. Per the instructions, I brought the tool near my dogs to get them used to the smell and added positive reinforcement with a treat as I turned it on. Though not very loud, the whirring on low did startle my dogs a bit and both were not ready to allow me to try it. Some dogs may be used to these sounds and may not even mind but mine were very nervous. Though I believe the sound is really quite low, even on the high setting, perhaps if there is a way to further reduce the sound on the device it could be less frightening to anxious dogs. I spent about a week and a half turning the device on near the dogs and added treats to this exercise to further help them relax. Finally, I felt they were comfortable enough to give it a try. The tool comes with a clear safety guard that has sloped side to guide a dog's nail into the file at the recommended 45 degrees to help prevent cutting the nail too severely or cutting into the quick. I did find it a little difficult to get the nail into the opening the first few times but was eventually able to find the right entry with some trial and error. The tool has 2 speeds, low and high and once you turn it on, the tool runs freely allowing you maximum control. The tool is also cordless which is one the best features of this device since you can trim your pet's nails wherever they are comfortable and however they are laying. I only got though a few nails before my dog decided they had enough and had similar results with the other one too. Because they are still getting used to it, it took me about a week to file all of their nails, doing a few each day. I suspect with more use, this process will be quicker and less scary to them. My favorite features were the variable speeds as both dogs have different size paws and it helped them get used to the tool. I also appreciated the ease of use right out of the box, it was not difficult to put together and the quick change bits are very handy. My favorite feature is that it is cordless. It allows for maximum portability and ease of use that can come in handy for all dogs big and small. I have charged it once since it came and the tool still has power even after a few weeks. I appreciate the long life of the charge. Overall, this tool is great and I have to admit I have even used it to shape my own nails! To do this, I removed the safety guard to better find a good filing angle for myself. I was able to file them down without having the usual sore hands from filing with an emery board. Because you can use many different bits from Dremel's wide range of accessories, the possibilities for other uses is endless and I suspect crafters could benefit from this too. While my dogs may be getting used to it, I have yet to get the cats on board as they are much more particular about their paws being touched but I have attempted a few times and the nails I got to were greatly reduced in sharpness. However, they will need a longer acclimation time to see if they will benefit from this tool. I really enjoy the Dremel 7300-PGK Pet Grooming Kit and look forward to saving money by trimming their nails at home. I would highly recommend to pet owners everywhere.
        • Recommended
        Excellect Innovation
        [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I love it. It works great. My small dog and I took some time getting used to it and I think medium and large dogs would not be nearly so nervous about it as my 6-pound pooch was. A very innovative product and it reduced my stress level knowing I could not hurt my dog with it.
          • Recommended
          So Much Better than old stlye clippers!
          [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The Dremel 7300-PKG was very simple to put together. In a matter of moments, I was trimming our two dachshund’s nails. I trimmed all four paws of both dogs in just one setting. That has never happened before! When I use our normal pinching type clippers the dogs always squirm and try to bite me so much that I have to stop and try another day. The Dremel 7300-PKG allowed me to smoothly trim their nails. No pinching and no pain. It worked great. I was concerned that the sound of the Dremel 7300-PKG would scare them so I used the Low speed for the first nail of each dog. I used the Hi speed on the rest of their nails and it did not bother them at all. The adjustable guard made it easy to see what I was doing and the guard is hinged so the cleanup was very easy. The guard trapped most, but not all, of the nail dust. However, a little dust on my pants is well worth the excellent results provided by the Dremel 7300-PKG. About the only thing that I did not like was the smell of the nails being sanded. But that is no big deal, since it has a rechargeable battery I will just trim their nails outside in the fresh air next time. The Dremel 7300-PKG was so effective that I plan to buy one for each of my children.
            • Recommended
            Brilliant Must Have Tool for Pet Owners
            [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Dremel Pet Nail Grooming Kit 7300-PGK A Dremel for my dogs! FINALLY I no longer have to share my more elite Dremel Flex with my pets. I'm thrilled to have this new tool in my pet caddy. The initial excitement only grew as I read through the rather extensive, but streamlined booklet that came with the PGK (pet grooming kit.) As I read through it, it was clear that Dremel put care and consideration into creating a device that is truly built for the comfort of the dog as well as ease of use for the human the dogs so obviously own. I especially appreciated the references on how to prevent long hair from paws/legs tangled in the tool as well as the suggestion to keep a stash of styptic powder on hand when grooming pet nails to stop bleeding should there ever be a minor accident that nicks the quick. Most importantly is the guide that comes with the tool to ensure proper alignment/angle of the nail onto the disk. This ensures a healthy and comfortable paw-dicure for your buddy. I'm satisfied this tool was designed to serve a purpose and solve a problem all pet owners and groomers have faced. It's brilliant. As an owner of a large breed, long haired show dog, a Bouvier des Flandres, a medium sized dog with even longer hair, and an almost miniature 4 pound dog with hair flowing to the ground, I find grooming a regular part of my week--TWICE a week. Each of my dogs handle grooming time differently. The Bouvier considers it spa time, whereas the medium size dog annoyingly swats at tools which ultimately means I can use nothing with dangerous blades/sharp edges EVER. The smallest dog has never liked anything with a sound, especially clipping or buzzing so nail time is always EXTREMELY stressful for her. I followed the instructions and charged the tool overnight before trying it on my tiny dog first. She was rather nervous at first but quickly warmed to it and managed to sit through a successful nail grooming that took a fraction of the time we normally spend. In fact, it took about the same amount of time to tend all three dogs' nails as I normally spend doing just the little one's. When I trimmed the larger dogs' nails, I used the suggestion found in the instruction manual for preventing hair entanglements in the Dremel. It was a brilliantly simple technique and saved much time. Overall, I wouldn't only suggest this tool for pet owners, I believe breeders should consider raising their fees slightly and including this tool with every new pup they sell to forever homes. Pet groomers, shelters, foster homes and especially individual owners should consider this PGK a necessity. A dog with nails that aren't trimmed are in a good deal of discomfort and are not able to communicate this with us, so we should be especially diligent. Plus, the amount of expenses one will save preventing floor/carpet/clothing damage through properly groomed nails will make the investment in this tool a non issue. Every dog can be trained to sit for grooming by using treats and proper technique. This tool takes all of the guesswork out of the hardest, most intimidating part of grooming. I can only hope Dremel comes out with a pet toothbrush next!
              • Recommended
              This makes trimming our dog's nails super easy
              [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] To this point, I've never trimmed our dog's nails. Why? Because she's a small toy dog and is very skittish. I've always sent her off to the groomer to do the dirty work for us. Unfortunately this costs a bit of money each time, and we wanted to see how we could save money over the long haul. Enter the Dremel 7300-PGK... I've owned Dremel tools for years, and the Dremel 7300-PGK has the same quality fit, feel, and finish from all of the other tools I've come to love from Dremel. My initial concern was that I thought the tool would be too big, but I was pleasantly surprised to see that this fit easily in the palm of my hand. When I unboxed the 7300-PGK, there was the tool itself (with battery installed), the nail guard, instruction manual and registration card, battery charger, and a bag with other accessories in it. Once I opened the accessory bag, there were 4 sanding discs, an EZ Lock mandrel, and the wrench to tighten the mandrel. I then attached the EZ Lock mandrel to the chuck, tightened it with the supplied wrench, added a sanding disc, and then screwed the nail guard to the tool (after unscrewing the collar that's there out of the box) and that's it! Set up was super easy and took maybe two minutes. If you've ever used Dremel rotary tools in the past, this should be very intuitive. If you haven't it is still very easy, and the supplied user manual does a great job of explaining all of the steps for you. Anyone who's ever owned a small dog knows that they can often be skittish, so I turned on the tool to see how loud it was. There are two speeds on this tool, marked "LO" and "HI" the LO setting was very quiet, and because it is a constant noise, I figured our dog would get used to the noise very quickly. Of course, the HI setting generates a few more RPMs, and is a little louder, but still not that loud. Another thing to note is that these are sand disks on paper, so they're not rigid. That's a good thing, as there's not lot of pressure needed to apply when trimming your dog's nails. Of course, before I tried this on our dog, I tried it on myself, and I could barely feel it. I was actually a pleasant sensation when used on my own nails! I was happy about that, as it's one less sensation for our dog to worry about. Instead of relying on pressure to trim her nails, you let the speed and power of the Dremel do all of the work. And then, the moment of truth - trying this on our dog! I grabbed our dog and let her stand nearby, as I turned the 7300-PGK on the LO setting. She didn't flinch. I kept the tool on, grabbed her, and cradled her under my arm to hold her steady, as we sat down in the chair where the grooming took place. Of course, my dog knew something was going on, but didn't freak out at all. I grabbed one of her front paws, and gently placed it on the nail guard. I'm not sure if it's the vibration of the tool itself, but our dog actually seemed to enjoy feeling the tool! Once she got acclimated to it a bit more, I move her paw closer and began trimming her nails. Since I felt the disc against my own finger and then nails, I knew there was a very light sensation she would feel, and that it shouldn't be uncomfortable at all. When it was all said and done, we were able to gt all of our dog's nails trimmed, and it didn't take much time at all. The nails on her hind legs took a little longer, but that was probably due to me not knowing how best to hold her to trim those nails. I think that, as we become more accustomed to doing this, we'll be able to complete the whole thing in very little time at all. The good thing is, now all I have to do is send her to the groomers for her hair cuts and I can save money on the nail trimming. While I really liked the tool, there was one thing I think might be better arranged. The power switch is a 3-setting switch, with off in the middle, LO to the right, and HI to the left. I think transitioning from LO to HI without having to stop would be a nice feature to have, as then you wouldn't have to turn the tool off to transition speeds. This might help with those skittish dogs that would need the constant hum to not be freaked out. I don't see this as a big deal, but maybe something to consider for future designs. Those of you with hearty dogs won't have that issue, though. All in all, I'm extremely happy with the 7300-PGK and will continue to use it instead of sending my dog to the groomers. The good thing now is that my children can take part in this, and groom our dog with little chance of hurting her. I couldn't imagine letting them try to trim her nails with clippers. The Dremel 7300-PGK is the tool the whole family can use.
                • Recommended
                Powerful but not scary
                [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] It was powerful but not scary and easy to handle so I could get the job done quickly since none of my doggies like grooming time
                  • Recommended
                  You can teach an old dog new tricks!!
                  [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Got this product in hope it would help me with my old dog who had issues with getting his nails cut for years. Resulting in some monster bear claws that something had to be done. Un-boxing the product i found everything was included and high quality that I expect from Dremel. Took a few hours to charge the batter before beginning the nail project. Typically when trying to get my dog to sit still to do his nails was a multi person job and very little gets accomplished. However with this, he was not bothered with at all and rarely pulled his paw out of my hand. After about 20 minutes of grinding the bear claws, the battery began to lose some "umpf" so i took a break and to empty the tool and recharge the battery. Emptying the tool was easy and was easily rinsed fully clean. In that time, I was able to get one paw down considerably from where we began (If wasn't for the starting with bear claws, more could have been done). Was able to recharge a few times and finish the job. All-in-all, i really like this product and will enable to keep my dogs nails properly trimmed without having to spend an arm and a leg at a groomer or recruit several people to help hold my dog. The only problem I had was the battery life, but I would attribute that to more of where i was starting versus standard use of the product. I fully expect to be able to do maintenance work on all 4 paws within the life span of 1 battery charge. The ONLY other issue, which is of no fault of this product, is the SMELL. Just make sure you prepare yourself and warn other people in the vicinity.
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