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Thank you Kathyy.
So, you recommend the 7700 one. I need to order one as my pup has not have his nails touched in 2.5 month.
I tried once with clippers but he would move too much.
The breeder was using a dremel but til October when I brought the pup at home, and now I did not have time to order one.

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I have this one. I'm a pro groomer adn like it better than the andis pet corded one I used to have
https://www.amazon.ca/Dremel-7300-P...F8&qid=1515108841&sr=1-1&keywords=dremel+7300
Thank you Asher.
Is there any difference between the one you recommended

Dremel 7300-PT 4.8V Pet Nail Grooming Tool (link below)

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003TU0XG4?tag=vs-pets-convert-amazon-20


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Dremel 7700-1/15 MultiPro 7.2-Volt (link below)

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002BACCDA?tag=vs-pets-convert-amazon-20

I am not sure if they are the same size or not, if they come with the same type of sand paper roles, and if they feel the same while filing dog's nails.

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Right, the 7700 creates more revolutions per minute but both are two speed only anyway so it isn't all that useful having more power if it isn't needed. I use the low speed on the 7700, it works plenty fast.

The way Bucky acts I wouldn't mind the nail cover if I was just agile and calm enough to get the nail in there. I don't mind hair getting wound up but I sure don't want his nose or mouth burnt on the spinning sanding band!
Thank you.
So just to be sure I am ordering the right product,
you think that I should get the 7700 one
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why spend almost double the cost if you don't have to? especially for a pet home there's no need to have anything more powerful. The only reason I wouldn't get the regular 7300 is if you wanted to try the guard thing on the pet one. I wouldn't be able to stand the guard but I'm a pro. That's the only reason I wouldn't go with the 7300 for almost half the price.
Thank you.
So I should buy the 7700 model. I looked on Amazon closer, and there are 5 options.
In case you are familiar with the product, could you tell me please which of these 5 options would be the best?
Should I get the Standard kit (second option) or
with battery charger for rotary tool ( fourth option)?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002BACCDA?tag=vs-pets-convert-amazon-20

Thank you again and sorry for so many questions.
 
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