With the LILA LOVES IT claw scissors, you can cut the dog's claws precisely and safely. The uniquely ergonomic scissor blade makes cutting the claws noticeably easier. The LILA LOVES IT claw scissors are produced in close cooperation with real scissors specialists. This high quality leads to the best results, which are particularly important when cutting the claws.
So if you cut your dog's claws yourself, you have the best possible equipment with the LILA LOVES IT claw scissors.
So that the claw trimming is successful and safe, here are the instructions from our senior veterinarian, Dr. Stefanie Mallmann. If you are unsure, it is best to have your local veterinarian show you how to trim your claws correctly.
The easiest way to cut your four-legged friend's claws is when he is lying on his side. Make sure you have good lighting conditions when cutting so that you can clearly see the blood vessels in the claw. If your dog has dark claws, you can try to shine a light on individual claws.
Take your dog's paw in your hand and fix the claw you want to cut at the base of the claw. Hold the nail scissors at a 45° angle to the nail and cut it from the bottom up. Just shorten the claw carefully "in slices" so as not to cut away too much.