How often will I have to trim my dog’s nails?

Trimming your dog's toenails does not have to be an ordeal, and once you learn how to do it safely and properly, you'll be able to keep your dog's nails groomed with ease.

How often will I have to trim my dog’s nails?

Like I mentioned in the beginning of this post, a lot of dogs kick and scream when they get their nails trimmed. Unless they’re used to it, they usually flat out hate the process! Since it has to be done, it’s important to learn how to calm your pooch down and get through the clipping session with ease. If you have an aggressive dog who fights you to clip his nails, check out this video. *Note: Again, I am not in this video, nor did I create this video. I just think it has some great tips:

Here's how to trim your dog's nails:

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How often will I have to trim my dog’s nails?

If your dog yelps in pain, but no blood is seen, it is possible that you are very close to the quick. Do not trim this nail back any further. However, some dogs dislike nail trims so much that they will yelp with each cut, even if the quick has not been cut. This is often because they have had their quicks cut before and are anticipation the pain.

How often will I have to trim my dog’s nails?


Your vet or vet tech is a good place to begin if you’re unsure on the correct way to trim your dog’s nails. He/she will be able to give you pointers and/or physically demonstrate how to take care of this very important chore. Oftentimes, understanding what not to do is more important than anything else, as this will help you avoid putting your dog through unnecessary and unwanted pain (and possible bleeding). Nevertheless, accidents do happen (even with the most experienced nail trimmers) and it’s also advisable to know what to do in the event that something doesn’t go according to plan.Trimming a dog's toenails may seem like a simple task, but it isn't always easy. Many dogs are nervous and anxious when getting their nails trimmed, and improperly done, a badly cut nail could cause injuries or infections, as well as adding to the dog's stress. By learning how to trim your dog's nails correctly, however, you can save money on grooming and use trims as a chance to take better care of your pet.To Safely Trim Your Dog's NailsThere are several steps necessary for trimming your dog's claws in an easy, stress-free way…Trimming your dog's toenails does not have to be an ordeal, and once you learn how to do it safely and properly, you'll be able to keep your dog's nails groomed with ease.Start young – The earlier you start clipping your dog’s claws, the better used to it he will be. Frequent trims when your dog is young will help diminish any fear. Have your veterinarian show you how to do it the first time.A lot of people have been asking me recently how I trim my dogs' nails. I also show how to get your dogs nails to become shorter, if the pink parts have grown out. If you want to learn more, you should subscribe as I will be showing how to teach your dog to be as calm and relaxed as mine when getting his nails trimmed!

Caution- Don't trim your dog's nails super short before any competitions or large amounts of exercise. Don't have your dog roll over on his back right after eating a big meal.

THIS VIDEO IS ON HOW I TRIM MY DOGS NAILS. COMING SOON- How to get your dog to feel comfortable with nail trimming! And how to teach play dead for nail trimming.

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