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Treat Your Pet To A Fresh Pawdicure With The New Dremel PawControl

The Dremel PawControl is an easy-to-use tool for trimming your pet’s nails right in your own home

To help keep furry friends looking their best, Dremel has introduced its newest pet grooming product, the Dremel® PawControl™. Designed to safely and comfortably trim pets’ nails, this cordless and rechargeable tool is a user-friendly solution for all pet owners.

Equipped with a nail guard attachment and 45-degree angled paw guide, the PawControl makes trimming pets’ nails intuitive. The compact and lightweight design also helps provide users more control during the grooming process.

“Trimming your pets’ nails doesn’t always have to be stressful or warrant a costly trip to the groomer,” says Product Owner Rubie Ruivivar. “With the PawControl, you can give a full nail trim in a matter of minutes. Plus, the nail guard attachment and veterinary-recommended 45-degree paw guide remove the guess-work, even if you have never trimmed your pet’s nails before.”

Complete with an EZ Twist™ nose cap and a variety of easy-to-change accessories, the PawControl is intended for both first-timers and experienced groomers. Features like the on/off variable speed slide switch allow for precise control during the grooming process, all with the slide of a switch.

For convenience, the PawControl is USB chargeable and has an LED light to indicate battery charging state. Capable of holding its charge for months at a time, the PawControl’s Lithium-Ion battery is made to last – ideal for multiple grooming sessions.

“With more people owning pets now than ever before, we understand how important it is to take care of them,” says Ruivivar. That’s why we’re taking do-it-yourself to a new level with the PawControl, allowing anyone to give their pet a quality grooming experience in the comfort of their own home.”

The Dremel PawControl is available and can be found online on Amazon and for $49.99 USD. For more information, visit

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