Use a finishing spray to add gloss and provide lustre and sheen to your pet’s coat.
Regular nail clipping prevents discomfort or pain for yourself and your pet.
Ever wondered how to clip your dog’s nails. Follow our easy 3 step guide:
1. Handle your dog’s paws often, so they get use to you touching their pads and nails
2. In a well lit room, hold the paw firmly but gently and cut the nail at a 45 degree angle, taking off only a small amount at a time.
3. Trim only until you see the white inside the nail with a small dot of black in the centre. Remember not to squeeze their toes – that hurts!
Note: If your pet has excessive toe hair, before you start it will be easier to cut this shorter with small scissors. Remember to keep your clippers sharp or replace every year.