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11/25/2015 3:33:23 PM

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Puppy Dog   Twin Galls, ID

8/19/2015 12:01:10 PM

I 'm disappointed that so much of the postings are out dated. How about some new stuff? As to this particular article...I was a dog groomer for 46 years, and while this may work, I find it preferable to have the dog lay on it's side while I trim feet, and toes. They are less tense, and don't curl their toes in, making it more difficult to do.

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6/27/2015 4:47:35 AM

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Nancy   PINE VALLEY, California

5/19/2015 1:28:20 PM

Use a dremel, quick and simple

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Autum - 297511   Caldwell, ID

3/15/2015 2:34:19 PM

I had never heard that ideally, the nails shouldn't click on the floor. I always leave a little room before I hit the quick, but now that I know it's okay to cut them a little shorter, I think I will! Less damage to my hardwood floors :)

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Kenneth   Stillwater, Oklahoma

3/14/2015 9:16:34 PM

Which of the cleprs are the best.

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marty - 286729   Torrance, CO

9/3/2014 11:15:18 PM

What a great article. Looking forward to sharing it with our guests at www.allstarpetresort.com

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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

7/31/2014 5:26:36 AM

I cut my dogs nails every two weeks it keeps the quick short and my dog is so used to getting her nails cut and filed I have no problems and can trim the nails in just a few minutes. I strongly recommend having styptic powder no matter how many nails you have trimmed every once in a while you nick a quick. It stops the bleeding right way and it seems to numb any discomfort for the dog.

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Sam Wendt   Auburn, KS

12/15/2013 10:52:05 AM

Try buying dog nail flippers with a stopper(it's just a little metal plate).

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Lorna - 277613   Cartwright, MB

12/12/2013 9:49:49 AM

Thank you! Interesting : )

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Sue - 9210   Three Oaks, MI

12/10/2013 11:25:14 AM

This is really good advice. Also, it is important for you to stay calm during the trimming, even if you nick the quick. Styptic powder is the best if you do nick it because it stops the bleeding quickly & seems to numb the pain. I take out the powder & put a little in the cap of the container & have a damp q-tip ready to dip in the powder if you do nick the quick. Other people told me you can use flour/cornstarch if you don't have styptic powder, but, while it stops the bleeding, it does not numb the pain. The powder seems expensive, but lasts a long time!

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Estellet   Pinellas Park, FL

11/22/2013 10:11:08 AM

I have had dogs all my life I am now 81 so you can imagine how many tears I've shed in losing them but I am very squeamish about cutting nails , I would like to do it myself as my dog gets groomed about once every 2 months can anyone advise me what to do?

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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

7/11/2013 3:59:27 AM

Thanks for your great information, I now trim my dogs nails every 2 weeks and it does make a big difference in length.

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Zookeeper   Columbia, MO

7/6/2013 3:12:13 PM

Good info- one more tip: if your dog hates having you lift up his feet, you can cut the nails while the dog lies on his side, instead of sitting or standing.

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abigail   cape town, International

6/26/2013 12:36:41 AM

Cut my Jack Russel's quick by mistake. Put dettol and plaster. Will he be ok?

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Wil   Cagayan De Oro,

6/19/2013 7:58:02 AM

Amazing! I never though that there are tools that we can use in trimming down the nails of our pets. I admit that I 'm facing such dilemma in trimming their nails since it is hard. I've tried a lot of methods just to make it easier but I ended up frustrated. I think, your tips are effective as well as the tools. I'll purchase one for my dog in the future. I hope this will work this time.

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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

5/20/2013 4:02:31 AM

Great information!

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Sarah - 45971   Albuquerque, NM

3/20/2013 2:04:30 PM

Thank you for mentioning that the more often you trim your dog's nails, the tinier the quick becomes! I've dealt with so many people who have not had their dogs nails trimmed in months and then complain when I can only trim a small section because the quick has become too long.

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Sarah - 243618   Port Charlotte, FL

3/18/2013 3:01:12 PM

Oh I forgot to post that if you don't have styptic powder you can use a bar of soap. Just scrap the toe nail across the bar. Or you can you cayenne pepper. Just cup some in your hand and dip the toe nail in it.

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