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Make sure that you cut only the right part of the nail and only when your dog is relaxed. Otherwise, you may end up injuring ...
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Cutting a dogs' nails
Always cut less than more
Hey, hello dudes. We are here to make our first review on how to cut dog's nails. Make sure that you don't cut the nail. This is Jake right here. He is going to do the demonstration and Maxine which is over here will get her nails next.
Always make sure your dog is relaxed before you clip his nails. Grab his paw, put a little pressure on the top and bottom, make sure you grab the finger. Place the clipper in. Snip! Their nails something are very dark and black and very hard to see. So you do not want to go all way into the nail because what will happen you'll cut the vein and the dog may bleed to death. You want to make sure you have the gunpowder pan so that you can stop the bleeding immediately.
So no matter what you do to cut dog's nails, always make sure to relax and everything will work out well. So I hope you enjoyed this very short review. Take care everybody!