Alongside teeth, nails and claws can be the cause of excessive discomfort for all sorts of pets, from small animals like rabbits and guinea pigs to cats dogs and even birds. If they get over long, they can become uncomfortable for the pet. If they are not worn down or trimmed properly they can become so sharp the pet can’t scratch itself without damaging its skin. Sharp nails can damage furniture, floor and carpets and can hurt people too, so there are many good reasons to keep nails and claws in check. Your vet or grooming specialist will explain what the right length of nail should be for your pet. They will also trim the nails for you and then you can maintain the nail in a good shape at home.
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