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Nail grinding video

Discussion in 'Doberman Health Issues and Questions' started by Marinegeekswife, Feb 6, 2012.

  1. SonLight

    SonLight Member

    No, she is so old she doesn't move :) And we keep her paws closely trimmed (hair-wise), top and bottom.

     
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  2. Marinegeekswife

    Marinegeekswife Hot Topics Subscriber

    I've never noticed anything like that. I'll have to pay more attention and see if that happens for us, too.


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  3. Deepblue

    Deepblue Notable member

    Thank you,thats more than I knew.....I feel like jonny 5 inthat 80s movie whos johhny or maybe it was wheres johhny.Input input I need input!:rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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  4. Max Hawk

    Max Hawk Hot Topics Subscriber

    EXCELLENT YOUR HIRED!!!:) You can show this to my darn groomer they could do so much better than they do;) I know if ya want something done right do it yourself!! Thanks Jess I have seen other tutorials and I'm going to start doing the boys nails myself! This is the best video on it I have seen and really so very helpful :ty:
     
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  5. Marinegeekswife

    Marinegeekswife Hot Topics Subscriber

    Oh wow! Thanks!
     
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  6. EARL99016

    EARL99016 Goofy Veteran Member Hot Topics Subscriber

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  7. Firestar Dobe

    Firestar Dobe $ Premium Subscriber $ Hot Topics Subscriber $ Forum Donor $

    Thank you sooooo much! Great video! I feel much better about doing this now.
     
  8. salisa826

    salisa826 Hot Topics Subscriber

    Oh I need to watch this. Finally bought a dremmel


    Lisa Mom of 2 human children and 1 furbaby
     
  9. JanS

    JanS DCF Owner Administrative Staff Moderator Hot Topics Subscriber

    I realized last night that if I go side to side it works better for me since going the other way I seem to bump the paw pad or top of the nail when it jumps. I still try to round them out, but maybe I just need to turn the speed down so it doesn't grab and jump like that. It might just be that this newer Dremel is too big for my hand so I don't have good control of it.
    Anyone else have that problem?
     
  10. Oh Little Oji

    Oh Little Oji Formerly Tad Hot Topics Subscriber $ Forum Donor $

    Not sure if I get what you're saying exactly, but I know I have to have the tool rotate upward on the nail.

    I also, given how freaking thick Doberman nails are, have taken to doing one side (L or R) of a paw's nails, then coming back and doing the other side of the nails. In other words, let's take the front left paw: I'll do the inside side of each nail, then I'll do the outside side of each nail.

    I will do some other random rounding off and smoothing as well.

    Then of course I have to do the dewclaws. :whoop:
     
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  11. zoniezz

    zoniezz Jr Member

    Entertaining, but very informative. I should attempt it myself, Izzy is already use to the dremel.
     
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