We will work on this, but have been informed by the shelter that he will need to be sedated heavily while getting his nails cut. People can touch his feet, but once the clippers come out it is said the dog becomes very aggressive, enough so that being a little drowsy is not enough.It is not as costly as a regular visit but may range from 7 to 10 dollars.
I bought a product called Comfort Time, which chilled him out so that he purred as I was grooming him, but it wore off way too quickly, is there anything else I could use?
I know some people have used benedryl, and if so, what is the proper dose for a 22lb cat?
If you are using nail clippers you may want to think about using a dremel or the new pedipaws that has come out on the market.
They are being sold all over so it does not have to be ordered online.
Many people are pet lovers and dogs are among the most loved pets.
Man’s fondness for dogs can be seen in various ways.
His nails are soo long and growing into him and they said they can't cut them.
They sent him to a "sanctuary" where they said his nails would never need to be cut b/c he would be outside.
The sight of a person with medical instruments in front of him touching his body will usually frighten a dog.
Dog sedation is most commonly needed before a medical procedure can be done.
It will help the veterinarian diagnose the illness with accuracy because the dog will calm down after sedationSince the vet is in the best position to give the correct medication, the owner can now be relieved of the tension brought about by the situation.