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For many pet owners (and their dogs), nail trimming is one of the scariest parts of the grooming process. Washing the dog for a bath or brushing the teeth for a dog trying to bite a toothbrush are two steps to worrying a handsome puppy, but for some reason, nail clipping is the most important activity. The owner and the dog trembled with fear.
However, it doesn't have to be that way. Finding a tool that is effective for you and your dog is the key to reducing the stress of this part of maintenance and care. To relieve anxiety and skip the entire process, start slowly and find out which method is best for trimming your dog's nails.
Dog nails are purposeful. Anyone who has a furry buddy who often digs in the same spot in the yard knows that dogs have a natural instinct to dig treasures. They may also calm themselves down in the hot weather. Similarly, a dog's paw can grab a toy or hold a delicious snack.
The nails also provide traction for your companion, allowing you to climb side by side with you while running. If you let your dog's nails grow too long, you may risk deep tears or broken nails. If the claws are not kept at the proper length, the natural sense of balance can also be offset. In addition, long nails sometimes curl under the soles of the feet and irritate the pads.
For those who like editing, there are two tools. The bolt pliers have a round hole (the nail is inserted well) and the blade has a round hole for quick and accurate cutting. The tool can stably and evenly and the dog's nails, but does not always work well on thick claws. This tool can sometimes cause your dog to feel pressure on the nails. If force must be used, then this is not the right fader for the job.
Scissor trimmers can trim dense and strong nails more effectively. Like guillotine tools, using them requires steady hands. People must beware of the rapid movement of the nail (the part near the top of the blood vessel) because if you cut the nail, the dog may associate nail trimming with pain. Compared with large scissors, using small scissors can provide you with the best control. Make sure they are sharp and not blunt.
The advantage of using pruning methods to trim puppy nails is that if they are of the terrible type, you can quickly trim one or two paws, praise them and treat them well, and then trim one or two nails. Even the next day. There are no settings for this process.
The best tool to use is one that enables four-legged friends to perform the necessary grooming process without pressure. The method you choose depends on your dog. Are they generally easy to sort out? Will they stay still and patient?