They travel with us, we buy them gifts and we pamper them. Today’s pets are well taken care of and often receive the same treatments as their owners. From spa therapy to days of beauty, Americans are indulging their dogs and cats with products that extend beyond traditional necessities, specifically when it comes to grooming.
Depending on the size of your pooch, a trip to the groomer can range from $30-$90, which can get expensive. Between visits, many pet owners take matters into their own hands and try to trim their pet’s nails at home to avoid furniture scratches and snags. However, traditional clippers can cause painful nail splitting and cracking. TELEBrands, the company that introduced the PedEgg, the inexpensive way to keep feet feeling great, is doing the same for paws.
PediPaws™ is an innovative way to eliminate the difficulty of nail grooming. Its battery powered, rotating emery board gently files your dog or cat’s nails to a smooth rounded finish. And, like the PedEgg, PediPaws is self-contained. The product’s cap guides the nail while catching the filings so there is no mess. PediPaws is available at www.pedipaws.com and exclusively at leading retailers including Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Linens ‘n Things, Target, and CVS with a suggested retail price of $19.99.
TELEBrands Corp., headquartered in Fairfield, New Jersey, was founded in 1983 by entrepreneur A.J. Khubani. Since its inception, the company has brought fun and useful inventions to consumers worldwide and has launched more products through direct response television than any other company in history. TELEBrands products such as the Westinghouse® StickUp Bulb, the GoDuster, the Audubon Singing Bird Clock and Doggy Steps, are sold through television advertising, the Internet and in retail stores in over 100 countries around the world. For more information visit www.telebrands.com.
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