Nail Trimming (Giving Your Pet a New Set of Shoes)

Hello Pet Owners,

Keeping your pet's nails trimmed is a very important part of their overall health and well-being. Long nails can cause discomfort, pain, even injury to your pet and those around them. In this Newsletter, we will discuss the importance of regular nail trimming, and some common issues that may arise with pets nails .

When your pets nails grow too long, they can begin to curl under and dig into the paw pads. This can cause pain and discomfort for your pet and cause pain and discomfort for your pet, and can also lead to injury. Long nails can make it difficult for your pet to walk or run properly, which can lead to other problems such as joint pain. Other issues can also arise with pets nails including splitting, cracking, and overgrowth of dew claws. These issues sometimes may be caused by genetics, diet or injury and should be addressed by a veterinarian 

 Regular nail trimming every 4-6 weeks is a very important part of your pet grooming routine .Nail care can prevent some of these issues and keep your pet comfortable and healthy.

If you have any questions and concerns please don't hesitate to reach out to Were nuts about mutts or your veterinarian.


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