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Posted by / 23-Feb-2020 03:01

Sedating dogs at home

I wouldn't mind taking her to the vet, although I don't want to pay for a vet visit every time I need to get her nails clipped, and I doubt the experience would be any better at the vet office. We used to have an extremely mellow and sweet mannered Scottish Terrier.That is until we tried to clip her nails, then She did her best Cujo impersonation...We give her one tablet (not sure the mg..what the vet told us to do)--she is about 40lbs. Our dog loves to go on rides, but he immediately starts whining/yelping when we start to drive (something about the drive bothers him). Of course, then he only gets his nails trimmed every once in a while, and it isn't often enough.After years of not clipping my dog's nails, the quick started growing long enough that it wasn't really feasible to cut the nails as far back as we'd've liked.I didn't think motion sickness pills would make you drowsy, but it works on her.We give her one tablet (not sure the mg..what the vet told us to do)--she is about 40lbs.

Originally posted by e Jacqui: They always say to try to catch your pet while it's sleeping or sleepy.this allows you to gently tap the grinder against the toenails, which can be helpful if they're the type that constantly jerks their legs away.you WILL come out of it covered in toenail-dust though.I, personally, have had little success with this method though.-- View image here: My dog is probably a good 40-45 pounds, so I don't know if the hangman thing would work. She'd need at least 2 people to do the holding, also. I wonder if she'd let me try and file down her nails? we give our dog a motion sickness pill, and it knocks her out for car rides.

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Originally posted by rev_eng:we give our dog a motion sickness pill, and it knocks her out for car rides.