|Barked: Fri Sep 23, '11 6:48am PST |
|If Kolbe will tolerate the Dremel easily enough to be able to do this a bit every day or every other day, eventually you should be able to get the quick to recede. I found the Pedipaws to be useless on my dog's large thick nails. If Kolbe's nails are healthy, thick and a bit long...I wouldn't even bother with trying one.
It is so helpful that you can see the quick. Lucille's nails are jet black, even held up against a bright light I can't see the darned things. If you don't already have styptic on hand, it might be helpful just in case. I've only quicked her a tiny bit once (with clippers) and thankfully I was so fast with the styptic she didn't even seem to notice anything happened.
I love Dremels for all sorts of projects. They are very useful tools, so get the model you think you're most likely to use for other things and check out which rotary sander attachments the grooming people recommend and get a couple spare disks because you'll likely to be doing this frequently for awhile. There was a thread about that awhile back, I think (not sure if it was in the thread title for searching, though)...
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