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Q: Do you treat your pets to a pedicure?

August 24, 2010 | By Kavykeeper | 4 answers | Expired: 1422 days ago

Kavykeeper

Just curious, do you take your dogs, cats, small pets for professional pedicures or do you do it yourself? How often do your pets get the "spa" treatment?

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Aug 30, 2010

I've always done my own pets nails. No, I am the only one pampered that way in this house and that's because of my profession. I'm not sure what they'd do to piggies! I suppose you cut their nails too??? I'd like to see yours with spiked "hair". LOL

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daryl b.
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Aug 25, 2010

my boys have 2 cement perches outside of their cages that when they grip keeps their little nails in good shape. i don't have them inside so they don't have to stand on them if they don't want to. good one k

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Gail S.
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Aug 25, 2010

I take care of my 2 cats feet. I can't consider what I do a pedicure but I do trim the nails. I'm too afraid to take my cats anywhere for nail grooming as I have heard of injuries to animals when they do not calm down to get their nails trimmed.

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Stephanie  C.
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Aug 24, 2010

Dog toes are done here at home about every two weeks, or when needed. It helps to shine sunlight through the nail to see the quick.

Horse hooves are about every 6-8 weeks, or as needed.

With so many critters, I save money wherever I can by doing my own teeth, toenail, shots, training, and grooming.

I also used to trim my rabbits, guinea pigs, and rats' toenails.

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