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Winning with Trimming

dog with clipped nails

Nail it every time with these general clipping tips.

  • Check your dog’s nails or cat’s claws every one or two weeks.
  • Use a nail file or grinding tool made specifically for pets.
  • There’s a blood vessel in the toes called the “quick.” Avoid cutting it. If you can’t see it, stop cutting where the nail or claw points downward.
  • Try to hold your pet on its back or on a nonskid surface while trimming.
  • Remember the dewclaws and trim any hair growing between the toes.
  • If you’re uncomfortable trimming your pet, contact a groomer or your vet.

Clipping tips for dogs.

  • Customize Your Clippers: Use a nail trimmer made specifically for dogs.
  • Power to the Powder: Keep a small bottle of blood-clotting powder handy in case the nail bleeds from being cut too close.
  • Start Clean: Gently remove any dirt from around the nail.
  • Easy Does It: Gradually shorten each nail, one at a time.
  • Don’t Be Too Quick: Locate the "quick”—a blood vessel located in the nail—and avoid it. If you can’t find it, stop cutting at the point where the nail begins to curve downward.
  • Keep Calm: If you do accidentally cut into the quick, don't panic. It may bleed profusely, but it’s not a serious injury. Using a cotton swab, apply some clotting powder to the end of the nail and press against it firmly for about two minutes.

Clipping tips for cats.

  • Start Early: If you start clipping your cat’s claws at a young age, it will grow up accepting it as a fact of life.
  • Sleepy Time Is Trimming Time: Your cat is less likely to resist trimming when in a sleepy or relaxed mood.
  • Customized Clippers: Try to use clippers made just for cats.
  • Avoid the Quick: That pink area in the nail is actually a blood vessel called the “quick.” Cutting it will cause bleeding and may be painful.
  • Baby Your Cat: Place baby oil on the claws to make them more transparent. It will also make the quick easier to see.
  • Release Your Grumpy Cat: If your cat becomes agitated while clipping, try again later. Give your cat a treat to entice it into completing the task.

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