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Automatic Nail Trimmer? #1406012
12/27/16 06:51 AM
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I do not support pocketpets and how they cage their animals and give false info. But I did see that they sell Glide-R-Groomer Automatic Nail Trimmers...Is that dangerous? Does it work? Has anyone found any specific tools to have to make nail trimming easier?


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Re: Automatic Nail Trimmer? [Re: suggietakeover] #1406016
12/27/16 01:05 PM
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There are a couple of wheels that can use the sandpaper to help with keeping the nails dull. You do need to be vigilant and make sure their little pads do not become irritated and the sandpaper is put on correctly.

Truthfully, there is no substitution for clipping the ends.

A clipper with a slanted cut is good. Many people use children's/infant nail clippers.

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Re: Automatic Nail Trimmer? [Re: suggietakeover] #1406021
12/27/16 05:57 PM
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Okay Thank you...Hopefully they will stand still for their first trimming.


Nutmeg & Vanilla~ my two loves
Along with my 50 other pets smile
{Horses,Goats,Cats,Dogs,Chickens,Ducks,&Beardie}
:grey: :leu:

Re: Automatic Nail Trimmer? [Re: suggietakeover] #1406023
12/27/16 06:39 PM
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Yeah good luck with that! Lol!


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and
Trust your journey....

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Re: Automatic Nail Trimmer? [Re: Ladymagyver] #1406035
12/28/16 02:58 AM
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I use a nail file while they sleep in the day

Re: Automatic Nail Trimmer? [Re: suggietakeover] #1406063
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This is what I use, the bird claw scissors: http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/pr...CFVeewAodZxEBOw


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