TRIM YOUR PET’S NAILS FOR COMFORT AND SAFETY
Clipping your pet’s nails is good for keeping them from scratching up your floors and furniture, but it’s also important for their own health and safety. Not only can long nails or claws make walking uncomfortable for your dog, but they also are more prone to painful and possibly dangerous splitting and cracking. Also, for a pet that spends time outside, longer nails have a tendency to collect dirt, salt, toxins and other hazards from the environment. For more information about cutting your pet’s nails at home, read our guide.