Choose the right nail clippers for your dog's size. For large nails, a hollow sickle type is recommended.
Calm your dog's emotions before trimming. Giving them a snack or diverting their attention can help.
Avoid cutting your dog's nails too short to prevent bleeding. A pet nail grinder can help avoid accidents.
After trimming, polish the edges of the nails with a sanding tool. This prevents scratches and discomfort.
Reward your dog after trimming. This reinforces their good behavior during the process.
Choose light, low-salt snacks as rewards. Natural dog food can help reduce hair loss and tear problems.
Regular nail trimming is essential for your dog's comfort and health. Mastering this skill can make the process easier for both of you.