Dog Nail Clippers
Choosing a decent pair of dog nail clippers
All dog owners need a pair of nail clippers to keep their dog’s nails nice and short. Leaving your dog’s nails to grow too long can cause injuries and discomfort for your dog. They can catch their nails and hurt themselves, and also accidentally scratch and injure people if their nails are too long. Dogs can naturally wear their nails down whilst out on walks, but they usually still need them trimmed every so often.
Not every dog owner is comfortable with cutting their dog’s nails. If you don’t feel comfortable enough to do it, that’s OK, you can always take them to your vet or groomers to do it for you.
It’s good to start having your dog’s nails trimmed from a young age, so that they can get used to having it done. The most important thing is to avoid cutting them to short and cutting through the quick. On dogs with lighter nails you can usually see where the quick ends. If you are at all unsure how to cut your dog’s nails, ask your vet or grooming for a quick lesson.
Our range of the best dog claw clippers
We have a few different types of nail clippers to choose from. It’s important to get nail clippers to suit the size of your dog. If you use clippers that are too big on a small dog you may end up taking too much off. We’ve got nail clippers for both small and large dogs. Order online today and get low prices and free delivery on orders over £25 with Time for Paws.
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