Dog Nail Care: Dog Nail Files & Scissors | Petco

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House pets often need their nails trimmed if the nail isn’t getting filed down on the outside pavement. If you hear the clickety click of your dog coming down the hallway, he is probably due for a nail clipping. If your cat is easily scratching you and getting snagged in your clothing or the furniture, it is probably time to bust out the clippers. The same is true for rodents, lagomorphs, mustelids, birds, and sometimes even reptiles.
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The pet nail file is the best way to keep your pets nails under control in between grooming visits. Use the file after clipping pets nail to smooth edges. Great for dogs or cats! File is metal with a plastic handle. Comes packaged on a blister card with hanging hole. Pack Quantity: 12 Colors: blue,silver BAIMEI 2pcs/pack Professional Pet Nail Clippers Cutter with Nail File Set 80%OFF
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Pet Nail File is specially contoured to conform with the shape of your pets nails. For use with small animals and helps keep nails smooth and healthy.The Four Paws Pet Nail File is specially contoured to fit all pets' nails, and is a useful tool for all pet owners. It will keep your pet's nails in a healthy condition. This nail file is made of the finest quality steel and holds a three year guarantee against dulling.Keep your pets nails properly trimmed by removing any rough edges with the Kakadu Pet stainless steel contoured nail file. The file has an anti-slip, easy grip handle for your comfort and control. Ideal for most dog and cat breeds and great for using after clipping your pets nails with the Kakadu Pet nail clippers or scissors.Rotary/ Powered Trimmers – These systems use a small, rotating bit of sandpaper that can be used to file down your pet’s nails. the nice thing about this system is that it does not leave as jagged of edges and you can move slowly, incrementally, to . can also be used to grind and shape nails, most often used with birds and dogs. Dremels are a good alternative to clippers or scissors in pets who show fear or aggression with the typical tools. A nail file can sand down rough edges, too. The nail should be cut at a 45-degree angle, not straight on. Don’t forget the dew claws on dogs or extra digits on !The key thing to remember with one of the systems is that you need to file in increments. The file will heat the pet’s nail and if you go at it for more than a few seconds at a time, it will cause the pet some discomfort. Slow and incremental is the key.What is ironic about these rotary dog nail files, is that they were popularized by late night TV infomercials — most of which are crap. The ones advertised on TV are noisy, flimsy, and almost seem as if they were designed to scare your pet.You can buy this file for just $15, which sounds like a lot for a nail file, but remember that it lasts forever. As long as you don’t drop it, you should be able to use this file throughout the life of your pet. In fact, you could buy this file now and use it for every dog you’ll ever have. That’s not a bad investment for just $15.