What Happens If You Cut a Dogs Nails Too Short?

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If you cut a dog's nails too short they will start to bleed. It will not harm the dog long term. Doing so is actually similar to cutting a person's fingernails too short: a little pain and bleeding at first but then they will begin to grow again.
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1. The pink part of your dog's nails, also called the quick, will bleed if you cut a dog's nails too short. The quick gets longer as the nail grows, so if it's been a couple of months
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You can cut the quick, which is the vein in the claw. It will cause bleeding but it will stop in 5 minutes. It won't kill your cat. But be very careful, try cutting the claw 2 millimeters
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They bleed because the claw has a blood supply close to the base.
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