A dog owner has to take care of many aspects of their pet’s life, especially when it comes to grooming. Dogs tend to grow out their coats of hair, grow their nails very long, and generally need a good bath every now and then. If you skimp on any of these, your pup is probably not going to be well received in the neighborhood.
Of all these grooming habits, cutting a dog’s nails is perhaps one of the most important. This is because long talons can cause harm to yourself, to children, and other pets you may have around the house. They would also leave marks on your flooring, bringing down the look of your home.
Not sure when you should cut your dog’s nails, or how? We’ll give you a few tips below: