Grooming and Nail Trimming

Grooming and providing nail trims for your dog is a part of the holistic care for your pet. Proper grooming can help keep your dog’s skin and coat looking and feeling healthy. Regular grooming helps prevent fur from matting and pulling on the skin, as well as help prevent topical skin issues. Nail trims performed on your pet regularly can help prevent nails from breaking and putting your pet in discomfort.

How often should I cut my dog’s nails?

The frequency of how often you should cut your nails can vary greatly. Many dogs receive normal wear on their nails and may rarely need a nail trim. Other canines may need a nail trim every couple months. It is best to keep an eye on your pet’s nails and learn what time frame works best for your pet.

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