Re: Where can you buy a good dremel?
You don't have to get one that's specifically marketed for dog's nails, unless you want to.
An ordinary Dremel from the hardware store--get the cheapest one they sell--will work perfectly. You don't need any attachments except the sanding drum and replacement sleeves for it.
I like the corded one over the battery-powered models, because it has more power, and doesn't eat batteries.
You write "for when Gunner gets bigger..." I'd encourage you to start NOW. Whether his nails need it or not. With praise and repetition, pups will happily submit to almost anything. If you wait until he's bigger, it will be a battle to do his nails (or ears, teeth, brushing, bathing, etc.)
St. Louis, MO
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