Nail trimming is an important task that keeps your dog’s nails short and healthy. It also keeps your floors and furniture safe from snags and scratches! Long nails can break and bleed, or they can grow back into the paw and cause pain. They can also make a dog lame if they interfere with normal paw movement. Regular nail trimming will prevent these problems and give you a chance to check the nails for any abnormalities.
Take your dog's paw, and use a pair of dog nail clippers to trim the tip of the nail off, just below the quick. File the nail down to remove any roughness, and give your dog a treat. Be sure to have styptic powder on hand in case you nick the quick.
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