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5 Pet Trimming Tips

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When it comes to trimming nails, cutting corners isn't healthy for your pets. That's why this month we want to bring you a few tips on how to trim and care for… well, their tips.

Trimming your cat and/or dog's nails is quite different, but before we begin, here are few things to keep in mind for both: Purchase the gear you're most comfortable with. Turn trimming time into a fun habit. And, if a small accident happens, be prepared to give lots of love (and a little styptic powder).

Trimming Dogs

  1. Massage your dog's paws, look at his nails, and offer praise for sitting still.
  2. Show your dog the clippers without cutting to get him comfortable.
  3. Gently hold his paw and find the “quick,” that pink area coming from the base of the paw.
  4. Carefully cut right in front of the quick. (Take your time cutting; a little goes a long way.)
  5. Praise your dog for being a good boy!

Trimming Cats

  1. With cats, timing is important, so make sure you trim when they're relaxed.
  2. Practice pressing on her skin pads regularly to expose the nails.
  3. Once exposed, gently trim right in front of the quick to avoid bleeding.
  4. If your cat starts getting impatient, just let her go and continue trimming later.
  5. Reinforce positive behavior with her favorite treat!

Make Friends With The Vet

If you're still not comfortable cutting your pet's nails, consider taking your dog and/or cat to the vet. Let a professional guide you a few times – it'll be much easier to trim!