INVENHO Pet Nail Grinder
The dirt under the nails
Grinding vs. Clipping
Some dogs wear all or some of their nails down while running and they sometimes need no trimming at all until they get older and become less active. (This will likely happen one day so it’s a good idea to get them used to it, even when it’s not needed).
Your dog’s comfort is your comfort.
Wired or Wireless?
There is no question wireless is easier, but they are also often weak, the battery dies quickly and they don’t function. With a cord you are limited to the length and have to keep working around the cord. If power is your biggest frustration then get a corded one.
Noise and vibration
Some dogs just don’t care, but for some, it’s a fine line of what they will tolerate. There is no easy way to find this out than to try them. Of course the least noise and vibration the least chance your dog will be bothered.
Ease of use
This is going to be different for everyone. You most definitely should not buy the one your best friend has just because they like it (but it would be great to borrow it and test it out). How easy it is to use a grinder depends on the size and comfort in your hands. How fast it rotates is a factor also but not a yes or no. For people with shaky hands a slower one would be more comfortable. With arthritis in the hands the low power slower units would be much more manageable.
Rotation speed options
Is there a perfect grinder?
Does a Grinder prevent you from Quicking your dog?
What is the issue about having enough power?
Our Final Verdict
A recap of our results…
Top 2 Best dog nail grinders we reviewed: