So many questions are asked when it comes to nail care. How often, why is it important, can I do it myself, what if my dog hates it?
Keeping your dog’s nails trimmed is very important. Overgrown nails can lead to discomfort when walking, joint problems, sore legs, and damage to you and your belongings.
A lot of people have problems doing it at home because their dog can be a little fussy. For only $10 bring them into the Mutt Hutt and we can filing them nice and smooth for you. We are professionals and do it 10-15 times a day, so we have gotten pretty good at it.
Sometimes when your dog goes too long in between nail trims the vein, or quick, can grow out too.This causes the groomer to only be able to safely trim a short amount off your dog’s nail.This can be reversed by trimming your dog’s nails on a short and consistent schedule.This typically takes about 4-6 months.
We recommend that dogs should have their nails trimmed every 4-6 weeks. Our rule of thumb is if you can hear them clicking, it is time for a clipping.