Dog & Cat Nail Grinder Replacement Bands

Furminator Nail Grinder Replacement Bands
Product No. 104041


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  • 6 pack
  • 120 Grit Bands
  • For use with the FURminator® Nail Grinder
  • Regular nail trimming (recommended every 3-4 weeks) promotes healthy paws, legs and hips
  • Replace grinding bands as soon as they appear worn or when it becomes difficult to file your pets nails

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Dog & Cat Nail Grinder Replacement Bands is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not impressed I bought this a few months ago my one dog does not like it and the other dog tolerates it, I just wish I could buy the grinding bands in the store, have been to several stores and nobody carries them
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from wish I had seen previous reviews so Noisy that my dog shakes and runs away in fear and honestly she is not afraid of anything. never was able to actually use it. shame I use the fulminator tool for deshedding and it works great .
Date published: 2017-01-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from okay Bought this on line a few weeks ago.It is so noisy that my dog will not let me use it.Have tried every thing that I can think of and the motor still is very loud.Was really looking forward to using it.I have a small dog and she doesn't like the loud noise.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very surprised at how pleased I was My dogs are larger and therefore have thicker nails, it was really scared to clip them. I bought this in hopes that I could clip their nails safely. It works amazingly! Very well worth it and my dogs are not afraid of it!
Date published: 2016-09-07
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Instructions for Use

  1. Monitor your pet’s nails and care for when appropriate to avoid overgrowth.
  2. Pet’s nails should not touch the floor when standing. Regular maintenance is important for the health and comfort of your pet.
  3. Slowly introduce the grinder to your pet. When they are comfortable with the tool and the sound, you should begin working on the nails.
  4. Before starting, note where the dead nail ends and where the live part – the quick- starts. Hold the paw firmly while gently pressing the base of each nail with your thumb.
  5. Gently grind down the nail going slowly to keep your pet comfortable. Be sure to stop grinding before reaching the quick to avoid bleeding. Short passes of the grinder are recommended to avoid over-heating of the nail, which could cause discomfort.