So it's time to get into a regular schedule of clipping your doggy's nails. Check out the tips below from Dogs Naturally to make your experience ever more stress-free because that's what you're aiming for, right?
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Trim nails outside or in a well-lit room.
If you need “cheaters” for reading, use them for toenail clipping too.
It’s actually easier to see the nail structures on pigmented nails than on white ones. The insensitive nail will show as a chalky ring around the sensitive quick.
Keep clipper blades almost parallel to the nail – never cut across the finger.
Don’t squeeze the toes – that hurts!
We still have a few more nail clipping tips to share after the break and then it's time for a puppy party.
I didn't even think of this tip on the next page before I started trimming my dog's nails — good thing I know this helpful tip now! It saved me a lot of stress!