PediPaws Nail Trimmer -- Is It Revolutionary?
You probably have received many emails from Pedi Paws or seen it advertised on TV as "revolutionary".
Pedi Paws is a pet nail trimmer, similar to the Dremel featured here last July. It "gently and painlessly files your pet's nails to leave them trim, rounded and smooth."
It is touted as "revolutionary", but is it any different or even superior to the popular and widely available Dremel? Let's ask a professional.
Miami vet and pet care blogger Doolitter recently provided her take on the PediPaws. She answers her customers' questions about the PediPaws and compares it to the Dremel.
Overall, the tool seems superfluous to me. After all, the Dremel's already out there and it's a great product. Furthermore, the PediPaws feels a little chintzy in terms of quality and durability when you compare it to the Dremel. The Dremel just seems like a more solid, well-built tool (I've had mine for almost ten years). And its makers aren't slamming my email inbox with spam--another big plus.
Guess it's just a matter of opinion like everything else.
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Posted by Molly & Jessie at October 15, 2008 6:55 AM
PediPaws is a cheap knock-off of the Peticure. I have a Peticure and it works very well on my weiner dog Charlie. It is a solid tool, that like a Dremel, will last a long time. Plus, it has a safety gaurd that helps keep everything except the nail away from the rotary. I highly recommend the Peticure. They even sell the gaurd separatly if you already have Dremel.