Learn some tips on how to clip or trim your dog’s toenails in this video on pet maintenance. Expert: Carolyn Haynie Campbell Contact: www.purrzonecats.com …
could,nt see, waste of time
you say grooming and nail cutting,,,?????? where i could,nt see anything zoom the camera in a bit more
my dog has black toe nails,how can you tell when you have to stop?
Thank you for telling me what to do. I appreciate you for doing this.
are you kidding me?! that showed me nothing!
Don't worry all, you didn't miss anything. The way she clipped and ripped the clippers away at the same time will surely cause pain and bleeding anyway. Ask your local vet for nail trimming advice, not this senile old lady!
When a nail is trimmed correctly you will see a black "bullseye" in the center of the surrounding white part of the nail. This is called the "quick" and you want to clip as close as you can to this without cutting in to it. When a nail is clipped properly that quick will start to receed as the nail wears making a nice, short nail naturally. So…the more often you clip them the shorter nail they will have naturally.
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