Leaving your pet’s nails untrimmed can do damage to your home’s interiors and your pet’s health. Long and unkept nails can leave to infections and injury, so it is best to keep them at a comfortable length for play and rest time. Pet’s nails can be tricky to trim, especially for those pets that are nervous or don’t like to sit still. To avoid injury to both your pet and yourself, this service is often best left to professionals with the right skills and tools to trim your pets’ toes and ear cleaning effortlessly.
Dog Nail Trimming
Dog nails must be trimmed with precision. As dogs have veins and nerve points that run through their toenails, it is important that their nails are not cut too short as it it could harm them or significant cause blood loss. Dog nails should be kept at a medium-size length that lightly touches the ground but does not protrude. Keeping dog nails at this length ensures that their paws are protected and they are able to walk comfortably. Our professional groomers trim dog nails accordingly and never cut too deeply into the dog’s cuticle. Even for dogs with darker, black nails, we use keen attention to ensure that their nails are trimmed slightly yet adequately.
Cat Nail Trimming
Cats, on the other hand, do not have sensitive blood vessels or veins in their claws, making them easier to trim like human nails. However, many cats’ claws grow at an angle, so it is important to cut them at the same angle that allows for them to continue walking and grooming themselves as natural. Cat nail trimming can often be done shorter to avoid destruction to your furniture when your cat walks. For the more difficult cats, we use s professional harness to hold them in place so we can easily trim their nails quickly and efficiently.
The more pets run outside and play, the more likely their paw pad will eventually become rough or calloused. So help soften and moisturize their paw pads, we use a clinically-tested, organic lotion that is applied to the paw pad for extreme comfort. The lotion doesn’t include harsh or drying chemicals and is intended to soften your pets’ paw pads with ease, making them clean and quilted for extreme comfort.
Paw Fur Trimming
If the fur between your pet’s paw pads becomes too long or drags, it may be time for a trim. As this area is often missed in your pet’s regular grooming sessions, it could harbor a number of bacteria and dirt buildups over time. Dogs and cats have a tendency to walk in, bury, and play with outdoor elements and this can leave the fur between their paws congested with urine, dirt, mud, and dust. Trimming the fur between your pets’ paw pads helps to alleviate potential infections, smells, discoloration, that could get dragged into your home, and keeps the paws clean and convenient for running and playing.