Pedipaws Pet Nail Trimmer As Seen On TV - Infomercial TV

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As seen on TV, PediPaws™ is the revolutionary nail trimmer for your dog or cat. It's the newest and fastest way to keep your pet's nails trim rounded and smooth with no mess! Now you can easily trim your pet's nails anywhere without the pain caused by traditional nail clippers. The secret is PediPaws™' precision emery filing wheel that gently removes thin layers of nail to leave your pet's paws touchably soft and your home safe from scratches. The unique protective cap allows only the perfect amount of nail to be removed and contains all the filings so there's no mess! Start treating your pet like one of the family. You and your pet will love PediPaws™
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The is an As Seen On TV item that actually works. The precision emery filing wheel gently removes thin layers of the nail, so it won’t cut sensitive nerves like nail clippers can. The unique protective cap allows only the perfect amount of nail to be removed and traps clipped filings so there is no mess. The quiet cordless trimmer is fast, easy, gentle to use, and won’t crack, splinter, or break your pet’s nails. Pet Pedicure Fast, Easy The Incredible Dog Pet Nail Trimmer As seen On TV New #PetPedicure
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A. They are if they're used properly, and if your dog has been trained with praise and patience to accept having his nails shortened in this way. While nail grinders may be new to “As Seen on TV” territory, grinding nails instead of has long been common among breeders and competitors in dog sports and shows. In fact, well before the idea of a dedicated canine nail grinder became reality, people used rotary grinding tools such as the Dremel to trim canine claws (in fact, some still do).