✔️ 1. They are made from fossil fuels. ✔️ 2. They have a huge carbon footprint ✔️ 3. They will still be here in hundreds of hundreds of years ✔️ 4. Only a tiny percentage is recycled ✔️ 5. They leach toxins into foods and drinks ✔️ 6. They cause hormone disruption and cancers ✔️ 7. They pollute our oceans ✔️ 8. They kill marine animals and birds ✔️ 9. They enter our food chain
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How to Train your Pup to Get their Claws Clawpered
PET PARENT EDUCATION
Who said dogs have nails? The truth is, dogs don't have nails, but claws. They're two different things :-) That's why we created The Clawper.® Get it?
Wanna learn how to train your dog to let you clip their claws?
Maintaining your dog's nail health is crucial. Most dogs benefit from nail trims every 4-6 weeks, but individual nail growth rates and activity levels can vary.
Dog nail clippers come in three main types: guillotine, scissor, and grinder tools. Guillotine clippers work well for small to medium-sized dogs, scissor clippers are versatile for most dogs, and grinders work fine with dogs that don’t mind the sound and the vibration. Some dogs get spooked with the sound and do not tolerate grinders.
Size matters! Opt for small clippers for toy and small breeds, while large clippers are more appropriate for bigger dogs. Always check that the blades are sharp and in good condition.
Absolutely! Dogs with thick nails will benefit from sturdy heavy-duty clippers with sharp blades that ensure a clean cut. There are also specialized clippers for different nail types, such as curved blades for dewclaws.
While it may be tempting, it's not recommended. Dog nail clippers are specifically designed with sharper blades and proper angles to ensure a safe and precise cut for your dog's nails.
Patience and gradual adaptation are key! Start by helping your dog feel comfortable with the sight and sound of the clippers, then gently touch their paws and nails with the clippers before attempting a trim. Remember to always reward and praise your dog for cooperation.
Aim to trim the nails just above the quick, the sensitive part that contains blood vessels and nerves. Be cautious not to cut into the quick, as it can cause bleeding and discomfort.
Don't panic! Apply styptic powder or cornstarch to the nail to help stop the bleeding. Try to get an organic styptic powder that is free of benzocaine, aluminum chloride, ferrous sulfate, and other harmful chemicals. If the bleeding persists or your dog shows signs of pain, consult your veterinarian for further guidance and care.
Yes, you can choose to use nail file or grinder tool as an alternative to clippers. While it may take more time and patience, filing or grinding can be effective. Especially for dogs that can tolerate the grinding sensation. Some dogs simply can’t.
Turn nail trimming into a positive ritual! Use rewards, praise, and treats to associate the process with a positive experience. Take breaks if your dog becomes stressed, and gradually increase trimming time as their comfort level improves.
Great took .Pup didn’t even notice I was trimming her nails
Great Quality Product
It’s a great product!
It was a fast delivery and very well made and I appreciated the free gifts included in my order.
I would recommend this!
This was my first time clipping my pup's nails!
I was very nervous as this was my first time getting my Husky’s nails cut. These were very sharp and easy to use. The guard is not as useful as I was expecting and so I just moved it out of the way. The e-book is a great and unique add-on.
They use these at petsmat
These nail clippers work great. They are sharp and cut clean. I have a medium sized dog, and they work perfectly. I believe these are the same ones the groomer uses at petsmart near where I live. They are also very easy to use and, the guard helps protect against hurting my dog by cutting too much. Overall, I’m very satisfied with my purchase.
I switched from one of the grinder types to this and it seems to scare my dog a lot less. The clippers are sharp and do a nice job.
We bought these dog nail clippers for our chow to clip his nails for the first time! He has very thick claws and hates getting them clipped. We were nervous at first. No cracking or splintering with the clawper. Only sharp, quick and quiet cuts. The drawstring bag is VERY convenient as it allows us to keep them clean between uses. Highly recommended.