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Dremel. Grind the nail on a regular basis rather than clipping. This simulates the regular wear that walking gets the nail. Its also a ton easier for you and the dog. Very little chance of getting the quick. I use a cordless model that is fairly quiet, so it doesn't stress my dogs out. Just make su...
- Mon Dec 28, 2015 10:14 am
- Forum: Grooming
- Topic: Any advice on nail clipping?
- Replies: 6
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Usually my Chow boy is wonderful about letting me groom him, play with his paws, massage his gums, and clean his ears and eye area..but I cannot clip his nails. He gets very frightened and the situation quickly becomes dangerous. He gets panicked if he even sees the nail clipper.. I'm not sure how t...
- Mon Dec 14, 2015 2:12 pm
- Forum: New Members to ChowChow.org
- Topic: New to the Site!
- Replies: 0
- Views: 762
I've had my boy Chow, Gunter since he was a baby. He's four now and absolutely perfect for me. Recently, my boyfriend has decided he needed a Chow and found a cinnamon little girl named Roxie that we have added to the family. She's right at 8 weeks and it such a big personality. I sought out this si...