Clipping your dog’s nails regularly will not just make your dog more comfortable. It will also minimize furniture and flooring damage throughout your home! In this video, Dr. Happel, a veterinarian at Eastown Veterinary Clinic, shows you the best way to clip your dog’s nails.
Make sure you praise and reward your dog with treats during nail trimmings. That will help your dog associate nail trimmings with good feelings, making the whole process easier for you!
It’s best to trim your dog’s nails at least once a month to maintain a good length and to keep the nails from getting too sharp.
If you need further help to clip your dog’s nails, contact Eastown Veterinary Clinic by calling 616.649.1075.