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Old April 8th, 2005, 01:08 PM
Prin Prin is offline
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See really, a normal vet will cut the tendons one by one (shown by my badly drawn arrows) gently with a scalpel. There is almost no blood. If any vet were to use the method above, they shouldn't be a vet. The cutter is not accurate and you have no way of knowing if you're cutting the bone or not and these are tiny bones. So many vets don't know how to properly use a nail cutter for cutting nails, why would they even attempt a surgical procedure with it?
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