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post #16 of 21 (permalink) Old 11-28-2004, 07:30 PM
 
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I'm the same as Mandie. No problems clipping my dogs nails. They know I mean business when I tell them "knock it off."
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I SO envy you guys!

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When I had ferrets I would rub a little peanut butter on their belly. While they were licking that off I clipped their nails. Maybe Gumbo would go for that. What pug doesn't like to eat?
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Rebel just stands still, like he's frozen. He is the best dog in the world to cut nails and file them nicely.

Claire makes up for it though, she rolls and tumbles, and pulls her feet away to no end, whines, tries anything and everything to get me off her feet. lol She's not a nipper or anything but I never know, she may get to the point where she'll try that, but I hope not.

While I was working at the vet clinic awhile back, I experienced so many good and bad things. Bad things included nail trimming on certain pets, OMG, some were awful! Bad memories, must stop, lol!


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When I had ferrets I would rub a little peanut butter on their belly. While they were licking that off I clipped their nails. Maybe Gumbo would go for that. What pug doesn't like to eat?
I tried some on his nose and upper lips hoping he'd lick it off ... I don't think he can reach his belly, he's so stocky. He does the "OMG You're killing me" scream and fights for all he's worth without sedation. I finally gave up.

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It takes four to five people to hold down Baci and nonone has a problem normally touching her feet. Once she sees the clippers she is a massive squirm dog. Lucky they don't need it that often and I just had them clipped when the had to anesthitized them for teeth cleaning. Dolce I can do on my own. I'm thinking of hanging a nice juicey steak above her head and see if that diverts her attention.
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