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  • Trimming Dog's Nails Will Take Awhile to Master

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    Question: I have a small dog. I bought a nail trimmer so that I can clip his nails regularly but it was a disaster the first time I tried it. He zigged and I zagged and then he screamed and blood was everywhere. I did purchase a trimmer kit that had some powder that was supposed to stop bleeding, but it didn’t work. I kept sprinkling it on, but he got more and more frantic and the blood kept coming. Finally my daughter got home and we managed to put more powder on and then bandage his foot. Do you have any tips to make this easier?

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    Take him to a professional. ....groomer or vet.
    Ain't always easy to stand up for what is right.

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