Last Updated on by Mitch Rezman
We spoke earlier today. We have a Senegal Perrot.
You mentioned that you have a nail trimmer and information links as well.
Thank you for your time.
How does the “Cordless rotary bird nail and beak trimmer” in your current promo compare with my Dremel ( which is not cordless)?
Do I need this for my birds if I have one? A Dremel brand dremel (which I don’t use on my birds cuz it scares them, so I take them to the bird groomer.
Would this one you have to be less noisy and upsetting to my birds than my Dremel (I have a CAG, a hawk head, 2 lories, and lovebirds)
Any advice is appreciated 🙂
An instructional video about our rotary trimmer
The only advantage is no cord – one less thing to worry about. Most birds don’t like any of the mechanical or manual trimmers. Having watched dozens – hundreds – of birds groomed both ways we feel a bird properly toweled, is better off with grinders vs the chance of stumbling upon the quick with a clipper. Convention suggests having “Quick Stop” of corn starch on hand when clipping meaning ” anticipate your bird will bleed.
Kids don’t like going to the dentist or the doctor for a shot, birds don’t like getting their nails trimmed – you would have thought our Ringneck was getting murdered when we would do his nails. 30 seconds and some scrambled eggs later – it was like it never happened – and we were both better for it.
Thanks for the info, Mitch. The lack of cord may make me less anxious during my lories scream-fest.