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When grooming your dog, it is important to pay attention to his/her nails. Regular nail trimming is important and something you can do at home. If the nails are severely overgrown it is recommended you have your dog’s nails trimmed by a veterinarian.

Whether you need help with an overgrown nail situation or you are trimming your dog’s nails for the first time, you can enlist the help of a mobile vet. Many mobile vets provide veterinary grooming and this can be done in the comfort of your home – less stress for you and your dog!

When Is The Right Time To Trim Your Dog’s Nails
When your dog is standing, does his or her nails touch the surface he’s standing on? If this is the case, it might be time to grab those nail clippers.

Importance Of Nail Trimming For Dogs
Aside from the fact that overgrown nails make dogs feel uncomfortable as they walk, it also forces them to change their posture and gait. The longer the nails, the harder it is for them to adjust their standing position and movements. Not only is it painful for them, ignoring your dog’s overgrown nails could lead to damaged joints, ligaments and tendons.

Nail Clippers Available Online

1. Dog Nail Clippers by OmegaPet
Price: $13.95
Available at Amazon

2. The Illuminated Pet Nail Clipper by Allstar Innovations
Price: $19.88
Available at Amazon

3. Epica #1 Best Professional Pet Nail Clipper by Epica
Price: $9.95
Available at Amazon

Want to know more? Watch the video below for a full step-by-step guide: