Tarzan Mama of Two
Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: The land down under!
You could try teaching it as a trick to him.
For example....you can touch near his feet, rewad him if he stays still. Then when he is confident with that you can place one finger on his feet, reward him when he stays still. When he is confident with that start touching him with the nail clippers. Reward when he stays still. Once he is confident with that you can start raising his paws and touching with nail clippers. Reward and then you should be able to clip them without him moving on you!
You'll need to do this every day to get him up to speed quickly and don't clip his nails while you are training cause you will just have to start all over again. If he is desperate to get them done get someone at your work to do his nails without you in the room so that he builds confidence with you easier. Even if you are the only one that can do it to start off with you can then get Chris to go through the training process with him to make him more confident with Chris too so you can both do it.
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