As responsible dog owners, we all know how important it is to trim our dog’s nails. However, many still have doubts that using a nail grinder is the best option. This article will explain how to use a nail grinder on a dog, and give you some tricks to ensure a pleasant experience for you and your pooch.
Table of Contents
- How to Use LuckyTail Grinder
- How LuckyTail Nail Grinder Ensures Safe Nail Grinding
- How to Grind Your Dog's Nails with LuckyTail Grinder
- Why Is LuckyTail's Grinder Better Than Clippers?
How to Use Your LuckyTail Grinder
Before GrindingBefore you begin trimming, let your dog become comfortable being around the device. Show them the nail grinder and let them get close, touch and sniff it. Then, turn on the device and let them get familiar with its sound. After that, gently rest the grinder on their feet so they can get used to its gentle vibration. Once your pet is comfortable with LuckyTail, make sure to get their paw hair out of the way. If your dog has long fur, trim it prior to grinding or use your fingers to hold it away from the grinder’s spinning disc during the procedure. If you are new to using LuckyTail, use the protective cover that will prevent you from trimming your dog’s nails too short. Ensure your pet is comfortable by the time you begin the grinding process. Remember, some treats and cuddles can go a long way to make your dog feel safe and develop positive associations with the grinder. We have created an in-depth tutorial on how to use a pet nail grinder at home to achieve excellent results. By the end of this video, you will be 100% confident about using a LuckyTail Nail Grinder and how to grind your dog's nails stress and injury free.
How LuckyTail Nail Grinder Ensures Safe Nail Grinding
Trimming your dog's nails can be tricky, and the last thing you want is to leave them too short, causing bleeding and discomfort. The LuckyTail Grinder is approved by vets as pet-friendly, making it safe to use on your dog. Shortening your dog’s nails in quick bursts ensures excellent visibility and complete control throughout the process. The LuckyTail premium grinder is designed to protect your pets from overcutting and ensure a pleasant, stress-free experience. Some of the ways the LuckyTail grinder can give your dog a pedicure include the following:
- Whisper-quiet and vibration free: Some dogs fear the grinding sound or had a traumatic experience with other grooming tools. LuckyTail uses innovative whisper-quiet technology and ultralight vibration to make the experience stress-free.
- Protects from over-trimming: Knowing how short to cut your dog's nails is often a concern among pet owners. Too short, and you could hit the ‘quick.’ LuckyTail has a protective cover to safeguard from overcutting and prevent fur from catching in the spinner.
- Two speed options: Dogs’ nails vary across breeds. You can adjust the speed of your LuckyTail to suit your dog’s claws, providing comfort and quickening the trimming process.
- Multiple grinding heads: Just like you switch the speed depending on your dog’s nail type, you can use LuckyTail changeable heads for a better trimming experience. Hard grinding heads work well for large dogs with thick nails, while the extra soft option removes sharp edges and gives a smooth finish.
- Freedom of movement: LuckyTail is USB rechargeable, which means you can use it anywhere. The cordless device gives you more freedom to use it easily and safely.
How to Properly Grind Your Dog's Nails With the LuckyTail Grinder
The best way to grind your dog's nails is one step at a time. Follow these instructions for the best results.
Step 1When you're sure your pet is comfortable with LuckyTail, choose the low-speed setting and ensure the safety cap covers the grinding bit. Set your grinder to low speed and work on one nail at a time. Tilt your LuckyTail to a 45-degree angle and grind gently from the top of the claw. Follow the nail's curve, and move your grinder slowly downward.
Step 2Repeat the above actions several times in short sequences. Keep your bursts to a maximum of five seconds and add breaks between to avoid overheating.
Step 3Once you've removed the sharp tip, use the grinder in a circular motion to polish and define the nail. About 0.08 inches of the nail should remain above the quick — the pink section containing nerves and blood vessels. If your dog's nails are lightly colored, it will be simple to spot the quick. If your dog has black nails, look from underneath the nail to spot the concave area.
After each nail — or when you think your dog needs a break — offer plenty of cuddles and treats as a reward. Positive reinforcement is the best way to get them to associate LuckyTail with something fun and pleasant. Repeat the above steps with each nail.
Looking for Extra Grinding Heads?
Our team strongly recommends regularly changing the grinding heads on your LuckyTail Nail Grinder for the best results. Regular changes ensure your grinder is always clean and sharp, providing a smooth experience. Replaceable heads are made from high-quality material and professionally designed to fit your LuckyTail Nail Grinder. The key to grinding your dog’s nails is using the correct head for their nail type. LuckyTail Grinding Heads come in three distinct varieties – Regular, Super Soft, and Extra Hard. The Regular heads are the most versatile and are designed for general grinding and shaping. The Super Soft heads are perfect for dogs with thin and brittle nails and are preferred by puppy and small dog owners. Lastly, the Extra Hard heads are perfect for larger dogs with thick and tough nails.
Why Is the LuckyTail Grinder Better Than Clippers?
Purchase Our LuckyTail Grinder Today
If you're looking for better nail care for your dog, look no further than LuckyTail. Your pet deserves the best, and LuckyTail combines innovative technology with a genuine love for pets to give you the safest, easiest, most enjoyable way to care for your pet's nails. Feel free to visit our shop, get your LuckyTail today, and make your pet feel lucky every day.
Last Updated on June 12, 2023 at 11:30 AMShop LuckyTail Nail Grinders