It only fits certain models and mine is not one of them. It would probably work though.I have noticed that peticure sells a dremel guard, which essentially turns a dremel into a peticure, would this solve the power or quality issues that some of you have mentioned, while reaping the advantages (no hair catches, more even trimming, catching the waste) of the peticure?
Appreciate all responses!
Noise was a problem with my original Dremel also. It is an Oster and quite loud.My biggest problem is the noise. I wont be buying the Peticure, but a regular old dremmel is just so loud.
With some of the posts here and on another board this company sounds like it might be in trouble. Keep trying to get your refunds, before it goes out of business and you get nothing.Thank you so much for your thoughts. Yes I have contacted my bank, and I have all the exchanged emails, and the name of the customer service rep I spoke with. I appreciate the advise and the support. I just hope this company gets someone to help them with their problems. Thanks again!
What model did you get from Target? It's small? Does it still have enough power to work well for a big dog?I purchased another from Target. It's a small one and very quiet, it's also cordless. I've been very happy with it and so are the dogs. So don't give up if you really want to try a dremel.
Dremel 4.8v Cordless. It does 4 little dogs (Boston Terrier, Chihuahua, and 2 Dachshunds). I believe there is another model one step up. Check it out next time your in the store.What model did you get from Target? It's small? Does it still have enough power to work well for a big dog?