Perfect Nails Made Easy By Guillotine Nail Trimmers.

October 9, 2012

in Cats

by Rebecca Foxton

Dogs can have the need for a regular manicure probably more than humans do; hence the need for trimmers.

Without nail care in dogs, they can break and causing bleeding.

Your dog’s feet are tough but tender, and any foot injury can cause serious problem to move about.

Does a tapping sound from your dog’s nails seem familiar? If so it’s time for a trim; so the next question is do you go to a pro or do you trust yourself anout to do it at home?

There are a few vital things to bear in mind if you are going to do it yourself.

Invest in a high quality set of trimmers, and ensure you know exactly where to cut the nail.

If you try to cut corners you may end up cutting your dog’s paw by accident.

Dogs have tough feet but the quick of the nail is still very tender, so you need to have a good idea of the limit of how high to cut. On paler and clear nails the quick is clearly visible by its pink color, it is trickier with dark nails.

So you need a high grade nail trimmer next; look no further than the Master Grooming Tools Guillotine Nail Clippers, with fantastic grip and easy-use design. Plus the blades are sharp enough to make easy work of the toughest nail.

Now we are going to talk about how to cut nails.

It is often best to sit with your dog in your lap, holding his paw firmly, but not roughly.

The nail will extend if you gently push the pad; now you have to try to ascertain where the quick is and below that point start to trim at 45 degrees. Little by little is the key, don’t hurry this job.

Once the major clipping has been done, taking care not to trim the nails too short, check the edges for jagged or rough edges and tidy.

Really take care when trimming your pet’s nails; imagine how vulnerable you would feel with someone cutting your toenails!

If by accident you do manage to cut the quick use Gimborn Kwik Stop Styptic Gel with Benzocaine to stop bleeding immediately.

Master Grooming Tools Guillotine Nail Clippers are excellent tools for either home or professional use.

They are a great investment too as they are designed to last, and perform well with a lifetime guarantee.

The trimmers are great both for the dog, with sharp blades to make nail trimming stress free, and good for the owner with the ergonomic design to reduce stress on the body or the chance of accidents.

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