Companion® Nail Trimmer. Quality & trust guarantee. For cats and dogs. Stainless steel blade. Professional non-slip grip. Nail trimming is an important part of your pet's grooming. Most cats and dogs dislike nail trimming because their paws are so sensitive. However, if their nails are not cut, problems can arise. On average, nail trimming once a month is usually sufficient. However, you must consider your pet's daily activities and wear on the nails. Quality guaranteed or your money back. 1-877-846-9949. ©2017 Ahold Licensing Sarl.
How to trim your pet's nails: Holding your pet's paw firmly in one hand, trim in one smooth stroke. If your pet's nails are extremely long, trim just a little off and wait a week to trim the nails again. This will allow the blood vessels to retreat back into the nail. Repeat this procedure once a week until you have reached the desired length. Important: If you cut too much and the nail starts to bleed, apply styptic powder to the nail and the bleeding should stop. The wide opening in the stationary blade accommodates the nails and provides a clean cut. This blade has been constructed of surgical stainless steel to give many years of perfect cutting.
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