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Nail Care

Caring for your dog's paws and nails is an important part of your dog's overall health and comfort care needs. Keeping nails short and smooth with regular nail trimming and filing will prevent painful splaying of the foot as shown in the image to the right and reduce accidental injury caused by overgrown nails getting snagged on carpet or other material. Begin trimming nails early on in your dog's life...touch and massage feet frequently to allow your fur-kid to get accustomed to having feet handled and nails trimmed. Choose nail trimmers based on your dog's size...and don't forget the Millers Forge nail file to smooth rough edges after clipping and styptic powder just in case a nail were to be clipped too short. If your dog has dew claws you may consider the Millers Forge Nail Scissor which open up completely for easier accessibility of the hard to reach dew claws. If you are feeling nervous about safely trimming your pets' nails at home, contact your professional groomer or vet for the service. Read Karla's Nail Trimming Pointers to learn about the tools and techniques used for clipping nails and caring for paws.

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