Top 5 Reasons To Clip Your Dog's Nails
1. Bad Posture, Causing Pain & Health Problems. Dogs walk on their toes as opposed to their feet, which leads to extra strain on your dog causing pain and in turn an unnatural walking pattern with also the possibility of leading to arthritis.
2. Overgrown Nails Can Break Easily. This is a very painful experience for dogs as the break will happen below the quick causing severe bleeding.
3. Most Dogs No Longer Wear Down Their Nails Naturally. Most modern day dogs are often indoors and run mostly on soft surfaces such as lawns when they are outdoors. This causes an absence in the normal friction that often wears down their nails naturally. However, even if your dog does wear their nails down naturally, some dogs have dew claws that do not touch the ground which require clipping.
4. Builds Habit, Discipline & Respect. By clipping your dogs nails normally your dog develops a habit of having their nails clipped, which will make every nail clipping session easier. You also develop a closer bond with your dog as they learn to trust you and earn their respect. Your dog will also become disciplined in all other aspects of dog training. as he learns that he will receive a reward for listening to you.
5. Avoids Unnecessary Stress, While Saving Money. We all know that our dogs often get stressed and scared when they visit the groomer or Veterinarian's office, by clipping your dog's nails yourself, you can avoid that stress for your dog, while also saving money.
So How Do You Tell If Your Dog's Nails Are Too Long?
This is quite often a response we hear from many dog owner's as most people don't even realize their dog's nails are too long and the health effects it may have. One common way to know if your dog's nails are too long is by simply listening for a "clickity clack" sound when your dog is walking on a hard surface.
Overgrown nails can lead to many different health problems for your dog. Some of the health problems are pain, ingrown nails, torn bleeding nails, deformed feet, bone and joint problems as well as hip and back problems that lead to bad postures in your dog as they try to adjust for the overgrowth of nails.
As dog owner's ourselves, we were also guilty of neglecting overgrown nails until we found out about the dangers ourselves. Which leads to the question of which dog nail clippers should you choose? There are three different types of nail clippers available, a pliers type, guillotine type and scissor type. We personally recommend the pliers type as guillotines have the possibility of crushing the nail. While scissors require more pressure to clip with.
Grooming has also been shown to help increase the bond between you and your dog while helping to remove stress. Veterinarians recommend grooming often in order to improve your dog's overall health.
We wanted to create a simple solution that we liked as dog owner's ourselves, so we decided to create our own dog nail clippers that we personally liked as a solution to clipping dog nails.
It comes with a nail file that is stored in the ergonomic non slip grip handle that feels comfortable in the hands to provide you with the confidence of clipping just the right amount of your dog's nails.
For even more added security, the dog nail clippers have an adjustable safety guard to avoid over clipping and cutting the quick. Store your clippers in the provided storage box that is included to ensure the clippers are never lost and stay clean and sharp to prevent any risks of infection.
With the hardened stainless steel blades, you won't have to worry about rusting or dulling of the blades in order to keep your cuts clean and precise with little pressure needed. Considering that most dog owner's often spend more than $500 per year on nail clipping, you will end up saving a ton of money.
Every one of our dog nail clippers are backed by our 100% No Risk Guarantee, try it out for 30 days and if it doesn't work for you, you'll get your money back! There is absolutely no-risk in giving it a try. Even if you just don't like it, you can get your money back!
What People Are Saying About Us...
"Really high quality pet nail clipper. The clipper comes in a heavy, really fancy looking box (which works great for storing the clipper to keep it clean). It looks very expensive. The nail clipper itself is heavy (good quality, not hard to hold) and easy to use. There is a small black switch to keep the clippers closed versus open, and the blades are quite sharp when cutting your pet's nails, making the process very easy and fast. I cut my cat's nails tonight with the clippers and she did not fight me at all. These clippers made the whole process really easy. I highly recommend these clippers, much better than the small cheaper ones you find at your local store. The clippers do come with easy to read instructions for cutting your pet's nails."
- Kristin S.
"Having 2 dogs, I have found it nearly impossible to clip their nails. I've tried different clippers, battery operated files, nothing worked. The clippers would split my dogs nails, and the battery files...not even worth the price tag as both were afraid of it. These clippers are amazing! My little dog, which is the hardest to do, sat on my lap and I clipped away. It took me literally 10 seconds to do both front paws. Each one clipped perfectly. The clippers even have a guard on them so I can't cut down to the quick by accident. All nails were clipped without any peeling or cracking. This is the first time I was able to do his nails without having to take him to the vet to do it in over a year!!! These are very high quality and safe. I highly recommend to any pet owner!!!!"
- Abigail G.
"I use to be paranoid cutting my dogs nails, because I was afraid to make her bleed— but with the kurma nail clippers it was super easy ! It came with easy to follow instructions and I am now confident with cutting my dogs nails :) yay"
- Stephanie T.
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