Discussion Starter · #61 ·
So I did his paws the other day..as best as I could. He really doesn't like me clipping his front paws because the first time I did them I accidently had the clipper set on #40(i have the 5 in 1) and I nicked him a couple times. Anyways..I noticed some matting between the toes..very important to clip these paws as they get wet and get snow balls and this leads to matting which is painful for the dog. I'll always be team clean feet.