This is a fully illustrated dog care e-book in the Dog Grooming Guides series published by Puppy Care Education.
A terrific guide for every dog owner who wants to know more about caring for their dog. The trimming of nails/claws and pad hair is a health issue for your dog, with correct length nails and clear pads making your dog’s life safer, healthier, and more enjoyable.
But cutting your dog’s nails can be a stressful experience if you do not know how to go about it correctly, and this is especially true for those whose dogs have black nails.
This Puppy Care Education dog grooming guide to trimming the nails and pad hair on your dog is full of detailed information and photos covering everything you may ever need to know about your dog’s nails/claws and feet. It covers not only the structure of your dog’s paws and nails but also the equipment to use to trim them, how to cut them and what can make cutting black nails easier. It also covers the trimming of the hair between a dog’s pads.
Your dog will be healthier and enjoy life more with well cared for paws.
All About your Dog’s Foot
The Structure of Your Dog’s Nails
The WHY of Cutting Your Dog’s Toenails and Dewclaws
What IS the Correct Length for a Dog’s Nails?
The HOW of Cutting Your Dog’s Nails
How to Trim Your Dog’s Toenails/Claws and Dewclaws
Trimming the Hair Growing Under Your Dog’s Feet and Between Its Pads
Keeping Toenails and Foot Hair Short
Healthy, Happy Feet
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About the Author
We specialize in producing informative, fully illustrated e-books on dogs and thier care. OUR AUTHORS INCLUDE Amy Fernandez Amy acquired her first Chinese Crested in 1981. In the past 27 years, her Razzmatazz kennel has produced six generations of champions. In 2003, she had the honor of judging the Mexican Xolo Specialty in Tijuana. Amy is a member of the World Dog Press, and past president of the Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA). She is a feature writer for Dog World, the AKC Gazette, Popular Dogs, Dogs in Review, and Top Notch Toys. In 2003 her book Dog Breeding As A Fine Art was the overall winner of the DWAA writing competition. Her writing has also won the Elsworth Howell award, the Robert Cole award, and the PAW Arthur Award. Puppy Care Education Books written by Puppy Care Education call on the expertise, and over 80 years of experience in breeding, showing, and loving dogs, and over 50 years experience in judging them, of it's in-house writer and outside consultant.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Small book, but loaded with information.