Laguna Niguel, CA - Part One of the WoofPost guide on how to trim your dog’s nails looked at how to get a dog used to having her paws touched and to the appearance and sound of the clippers.
Next up is a look at how to actually clip a dog’s nails.
The first thing owners should do is to determine the choice of nail trimmer. Some owners prefer to use scissors, or a guillotine type clipper or even a grinder tool that is specifically designed for dogs. If an owner mistakenly cuts one of the dog’s nails too short and causes bleeding, it is essential to have some styptic powder on hand to place on the wound to stop further bleeding.
To read the remainder of this article, How To Trim Your Dog’s Nails, including what to do with especially excitable dogs, go to WoofPost.com.
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