Phone

281-332-4870

Address

18520 TX-3 | Webster, TX 77598..

When your dog's nails are too long, they create an unnatural angle for the foot. This causes unequal pressure on the toes and can cause the nail beds to become sore and tender. Long nails on dogs are more prone to splitting and/or splintering. This is the equivalent of a human hangnail.  When dog toenails are long, we can cut them shorter.  However, the vein in the nail — called "quick" can sometimes bleed because it has grown in length as the toenail grows.  It takes time and regular visits to the groomer to have the quick recede.  The images below show how the foot and toenails look before and after a toenail trim.  Schedule your dog's next toenail trim now!

Toenail before Nail Trim

Toenail before Nail Trim

This photo shows a pet's toenails in bad need of a trim. The length of the nails that touch the ground alter how your pet's foot is and could cause your pet distress.
Toenail after Nail Trim

Toenail after Nail Trim

This shows the toenails AFTER trimming. Regular toenail trimming will allow us to shorten the nails even more without harm to your pet. The added benefit of toenasil trimming will be NO MORE CLICKING ON YOUR FLOORS to announce your pet's arrival!'

 

281-332-4870

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Saturday - 8.00 - 4.00 p.m.
Sunday - 5.30 - 6.30 p.m. SUNDAY MORNING BY APPT. ONLY