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In this video I share how to cut dogs nails. How to trim your dog’s nails. Including tips for trimming both dark and white and clear nails. Tips on how to cut dogs nails. Doctor explains the proper way to trim your dog’s nails. Keeping your dog healthy from head to toe is really important. Make sure to keep your dog’s nails short. I hope this will encourage you to watch this video.
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Making sure you get a nail clipper that’s specifically designed for your dog’s nails. Make sure the blades are sharp so you don’t risk injuring the pet’s nails. When you’re cutting, you want to cut right in front of the arch at a 45-degree angle away from the dog’s paw. Doing this will guarantee that you won’t cut into the quick.
When you cut it, check the nail for a little gray spot in the center. You’ll see that in both the white nail and on a black nail. Make sure to always look for the dewclaw on the inside of both the front and/or the back legs. Once you get all done cutting his toenails, make sure that you give him or her their favorite treat and lots of love.
The most common reasons for avoiding nail trims are that the owner is afraid of “quicking” the dog, or that the dog fusses and creates bad feelings around the procedure. So what’s the big deal? The first consequence of long toenails is painful feet. When a dog’s toenails contact hard ground, like a sidewalk or your kitchen floor, the hard surface pushes the nail back up into the nail bed.
This either puts pressure on all the toe joints or forces the toe to twist to the side. Either way, those toes become very sore, even arthritic. When the slightest touch is painful to your dog, he will fuss when you pick up his paw to cut nails. The second consequence of long toenails is more serious. All animals rely on information from nerves in their feet to move through the world and process gravity accurately.
Make nail trimming “quality time” you spend with your dog. Lots of kisses, lots of treats and a positive attitude go a long way. If you dread it, your dog will too, so learn how to be a good actor until you succeed in believing it can be a loving experience for you both. If your dog loses patience quickly, try cutting one nail a day.
As long as you keep the order of toes consistent, this will be a good maintenance schedule, giving every toe a trim every 16 days. Short toenails are critical to your dog’s health and soundness. Failure is not an option!
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