Some dogs have very hard claw horns or do not wear them out enough. Very quickly, claws that are too long can become a handicap to locomotion. Cutting becomes then indispensable: it is done with special pliers, respecting the pulp of the finger that surrounds the third phalanx.
A too large cut can result in benign bleeding, not serious, but above all a reluctance on the part of your pet to let it go next time.
- According to the speed of growth
- With special pliers
- Clear the spur well