Nail trimming is an important part of a regular grooming routine and is necessary for your pet’s safety and comfort.
For dogs, if the nails get too long, they can break, which is painful and sometimes results in infection. Long-term overgrowth can cause difficulty with walking, pain and soreness and eventually contribute to the development of arthritis.
For cats, nail trimming will protect him/her, you, your family and visitors as well as curtains and your furniture. If nails are left untrimmed, they can break and become ingrown, they can also grow into the cat’s pads causing infection. Cat’s nails get also get stuck and cause damage to people’s clothing, carpet and furniture.
Despite its importance, many people can’t or don’t like to trim their pet’s nails. It’s a task that can make both people and their pets anxious. Please call us today to set up an appointment for your pet’s toenail trim.