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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-12-2010, 08:27 PM Thread Starter
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dremel use for nails

What is the best attachment for handling the nails? Jake lets me use the dremel on him IF I give him a bully stick while we do it. I have many different sanding, polishing and grinding pieces....which do you use?????

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-12-2010, 09:29 PM
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I use the large, heavy grit sandpaper.

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I use the round sand paper "drums" that came with my Dremel. Those work great. (Well, on Abby, anyway. Ronja thinks the Dremel is EEEEVIL.)

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ok, thanks, I didn't think stones were good. Maggie thanks for the link, too!

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i use the sander. when my dog was young
we played with the dremel all of the time.
when he was eating i turned it on sometimes
touching him with the handle so he could feel the vibration.
sometimes i would turn it on and just touch a nail.

i didn't wait untill his nails needed to be trimmed
to use the dremel. whenever i used it i always praised and treated him.
sometimes i would spread p-nut butter on a plate and lay
it down beside him. my dog would lay on his side and lick
the p-nut butter while i did his nails.
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another vote for the round sandpaper drums

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this is so helpful!!!!!

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