Dremel has been in business for over 80 years. They have “dedicated their time, attention to detail and expertise to crafting innovative and versatile tools for creative people worldwide.” They are known for having very accessible tools, used in most households for the typical do-it-yourselfer. And now, they’ve branched out into the dog world!

The Dremel Pet Grooming Kit is a high-quality dog nail grinder made by the same reputable company that makes hundreds of helpful tools. This tool will help you quickly, easily, and painlessly file down your dog’s nails to keep them short without accidentally clipping their quick. 


  • Ergonomic handle helps with comfort and control
  • Four-speed options on every tool
  • 45-degree paw guide included 
  • Gradually trims nails 
  • Clear cap on nail guard catches nail dust and fur
  • Cordless
  • Rechargeable 4V LI-ION battery 
  • USB charger
  • Battery indicator light when charging is needed
dremel kit


  • Compact and easy to store
  • Easy to clean
  • Quick and easy to use
  • Slowly files your dog’s nails to help avoid cutting their quick
  • Can be used for all dog sizes



  • Takes longer to trim nails than clippers
  • Expensive



This dog nail grinder is made with the highest quality, four different speeds, and will help you slowly trim your dog’s nails—giving you the best chance of not cutting the quick. Check out the reviews below:

“Works great! I have years of experience using a dremel on dog nails in a veterinary practice and I love this product. Even works great on the thick nails of my Lab/Dane mix.”

“My dog is terrified (or at least scared) of everything new and old… I used the Dremel on one foot and she did not flinch, pull her foot away, shake, or try to get away! This Dremel is effective and very quiet… I would definitely recommend and would buy again.”

“Took a little for my dog to get used to the odd sensation of the sander on his nails, but once he relaxed, it went more smoothly than I expected. This works great, I am happy that I don’t worry so much about cutting/sanding into the quick with this as it seems I have much more control over how much I am taking off the nails.”

Information as of 9/30/22