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Tap, tap, tap. Are those your puppy’s nails tapping on the floor? If so, it’s time to trim those babies! Unlik

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Dog Nail Trimming the Right Way - Organic Pet Digest

Dog nail trimming, also known as a pedicure, is a necessary part of effective dog grooming and should be done once every 3 to 4 weeks. It’s a good idea to have a vet or professional groomer show you the ropes the first time around. Have them do the first two paws and then have …