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Old April 10th, 2006, 12:57 PM
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I am a liscensed nail tech and if you aren't careful you can cause a lot of heat from the friction which will burn. I would suggest getting the dogs nails trimmed once so you can see the proper length and then maintaining with the dremel every week or so. That way you only have to use it for a quick touch up versus trying to shave the nail down. I clip my dog every other week but he also only weighs 7.5lbs. I swaddle him in a blanket leaving the paw I am working on out and it has really helped. Also nails are softer when they are wet. Try clipping right after a bath.
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