At-Home Dog Grooming
Tips and tricks for a well-groomed dog, from nail clipping to bathing to brushing teeth.
Clipping Your Dog's NailsAs you're coaxing your dog into a bath, a resisting paw can leave a painful mark. So for your own benefit as well as your dog's, clip his nails first.
Make sure the nail trimmer is sharp; a dull blade could split and crack the nail. Always clip only the very tips.
The Millers-Forge Safety Bar Nail Trimmer ($7 from drsfostersmith.com) reduces the chance that you will cut the quick (the internal nerve and vein) and hurt your pet.
Next: Brushing Your Dog's Fur
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