Watching the uh... very interesting video on it the other half made a good point in asking how this product stopped you from going too deep as well. While grinding is better Im sure grinding may hurt more if you go too deep ;)
I just ordered it on the 5/3. . .haven't received it yet. They told me I would receive an e-mail when it actually shipped, can't wait to try it out. . .with 3 Corgis I figure in 1 and 1/2 mths, it will have paid for itself (I ended up buying the Elite Peticure). . .it's their latest model. Here's the link if you want to check it out. . . .if it turns out the way they describe, my babies will be happy campers. . . .
When Blaze got his nails trimmed last month, this is what the lady used. They didn't grow as fast as they usually do, but she did advise me to take him for a walk on cement when we got home. (to even them out) When they did get long enough to trim again, they weren't sharp at all, like when they clip his nails. As for whether or not it bothered him, I was in the other room - sorry guys. But the owner of the grooming place was such a cute old man - all excited to show me this "new tool." I oohed and ahhed accordingly. :)
Yes, it's fantastic. You need to get them used to it slowly however. It took about a week for the corgis and 3 weeks for the pulis to get used to it. I just turned it on and put it on the floor while I got them to sit and gave a treat- then progressed to sit, treat- while moving the peticure over their feet. Then one paw- one treat- and so on until everybody was used to getting treats with the funny buzzing machine.