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 Why is cutting the nails healthy?

Answer Wild dogs used their nails as tools to dig, fight and grip items, but for the common household dog, there is no need to use their nails as tools, says Dr. Jeff Vidt of West Suburban Veterinary Asso... Read More »
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How to Avoid Cutting a Dog's Nails Too Short?

Not all dogs require you to cut their nails; some naturally wear down or flake off without you even noticing. However, other dogs become uncomfortable if their nails get too long. Cutting a dogs na... Read More »
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How to Get Healthy Nails?

You could have on the cutest outfit and your hair perfectly coiffed, but if your nails are messed up, it could take away from the whole look, not to mention it could be hazardous to your health. N... Read More »
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Healthy Toe Nails?

Most people think very little about their toenails and overlook the symptoms of toenail disease and uncleanliness. Determining your toenail health is fairly easy. Assuring and maintaining your toen... Read More »
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How to Get Healthy, Longer Nails?

Fingernails grow an average of 1/8 of an inch each month. Poor diets, improper nail care, splitting, breaking and peeling of the nails can substantially slow down nail growth. Frequent manicures, t... Read More »
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