Happy Tuesday, everybuddy!
***Our Tip of the Day:
Don't forget to always keep an eye on your cats' and dogs' nails, so as to ensure you (or a groomer or vet) trims them before they grow too long and uncomfortable for the furbaby. Although following a consistent schedule makes any task easier, such as trimming nails every 2 weeks, this does not always work for every furbaby. Frequency of nail trims may vary depending on a number of factors, such as what type of surface your animal walks on, how often they walk on or use their claws (including if and how often your kitty uses a scratcher), nutrition, and even certain medical conditions. Because it can vary, even if you do follow a schedule for nail trimming, also be sure to regularly check your furbabies' nails. Some tell-tale signs that a nail trim is in store is if your pup's nails touch the ground when they stand, or if your kitty's claws are coming to sharp points or if they are frequently getting caught up in things. Don't let those claws turn into talons!