Watercubs & Kivisilmän
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Inside the nails, there is a core/root where the veins and nerves are. Avoid cutting this, as it would be very painful for the dog. If you accidentally cut the core, the result is always bloody. The blood flow will stop eventually, though it usually takes quite a while. You can put some disinfectant on it and hold the nail tight in your grip until it stops bleeding.
The nails must always be cut using special scissors designed to cut them.
Remember to buy them strong nail clippers as Newfoundlands have strong