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Old 06-26-2014, 09:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What's a good nail clipper that can handle a big shepherds claws. Also how shirt to trim.


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This is the best video I have seen. It is long, but well worth watching.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MM4HQDb1Ef0


I love these trimmers. They have a safety stop, to keep you from trimming too much.
Amazon.com : Safari Professional Large Nail Trimmer For Dogs : Pet Nail Clippers : Pet Supplies Amazon.com : Safari Professional Large Nail Trimmer For Dogs : Pet Nail Clippers : Pet Supplies
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Here are a bunch of previous threads with tips on clipping and/or dremeling dog nails: German Shepherd Dog Forums - Search Results
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I use the same clippers as Sunflowers and like them a lot
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Old 06-27-2014, 01:12 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I think the dremmel is the best way to go. It allows you to take of a little at a time and you can keep checking the end of the nail to see how close your getting.
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This is the best video I have seen. It is long, but well worth watching.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MM4HQDb1Ef0


I love these trimmers. They have a safety stop, to keep you from trimming too much.
Amazon.com : Safari Professional Large Nail Trimmer For Dogs : Pet Nail Clippers : Pet Supplies
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Wouldn't be a bad idea to buy a small container of styptic powder just in case you cut into the quick accidentally......in a pinch, a bar of soap will also work to stem the bleeding.

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I love these trimmers. They have a safety stop, to keep you from trimming too much.
Amazon.com : Safari Professional Large Nail Trimmer For Dogs : Pet Nail Clippers : Pet Supplies
Those are the ones I use too. Also the local rescue uses that brand.
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