- 16 Nov 2018
Nail clipping is surely one of the most unpleasant feelings for both cats, and dogs, even rabbits, ferrets and hedgehogs.
But once build trust with your pet, it will be much easier.
Not sure when it is time to clip your pet's nails? Well, if you hear that clicking sound when your dog is coming down the hallway, or if your cat scratches you too easily and snaggs your clothes and furniture - it is time to take out the Professional Painless Pet Nail LED Clipper.
Consequences of Leaving Your Pet's Nails Long
It might be really harmful for the pets, so better cut them in time.
The first consequence is painful feet - when your pet is walking on a hard surface the nails are being pushed back up into the nail bed. This either puts pressure on all the toe joints or forces the toe to twist to the side. Be aware of it, because those toes might become very sore, even arthritic.
The second consequence is even more serious. Animals rely on the nerves in their paws to process gravity accurately. Pets associate toenail contact with being on a hill - shifts his body posture accordingly: leaning forward over his forelimbs. So it is really important to maintain the length of your pet's nails short.
Having a Nail Clipper is a must! Our Professional Painless Pet Nail LED Clipper is recommended by vets. The safest way to trim your pet’s nails - easy and clean.
Have you ever hit the nail vein of your pet while cutting their nails? Then you know just how painful it's for them. Never go through this again with our Professional Nail Clipper!
With the LED light you can easily see the delicate blood vein and trim in the right spot, making it safe and pleasant for both of you.
No Need To Clean After That
There is a container that collects all the clipped nails, so after you are done just throw them in the bin!
What is inside of your pet's nail?
Tips & Tricks
Keep clipper blades almost parallel to the nail – never cut across the finger.
Don’t squeeze the toes – that hurts!
Use your fingers to separate the toes for clipping and hold the paw gently.
If you “quick” your dog accidentally, give a yummy treat right away.
Make nail trimming fun: always associate nail cutting with treats and praise.
For maintenance, cut every two weeks. To shorten, cut every week.