especially safe handling
- This claw scissors de luxe has a safety lock
- especially safe handling
- additional limitation prevents a too strong shortening of the claw
- made of stainless steel
- plastic handles with non-slip rubber inlay
length: approx. 16 cm
As a responsible dog owner, you should definitely make sure that the claws do not become too long.
They can lead to pain when walking and thus also cause posture problems.
As a rule, the dogs run off the claws themselves on hard ground.
But often you walk more on soft ground, so you need to check the length of the claws regularly.
When the dog stands upright, the claws must not touch the ground.
When cutting the claws, you must be careful not to cut too far, because the claws are interwoven with nerves and blood vessels.
nerves and blood vessels. If you cut too far, this can lead to pain and, in the worst case, inflammation.
It is best to let the veterinarian or the groomer show you how to cut the claws properly, so that you can do it on your own in the future.
If necessary, work with a lamp as a backlight, so that you can see the blood-bearing nerves and cut
only 1 mm thick slices of the nail, train the dog beforehand in calm paw grooming behavior.
The nerves will continue to regress in about 4 weeks, so you can continue to trim the claw again.