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How to Trim Your Pet's Nails

Safely and effectively trim your pet’s nails at home with KlipTrio’s 3-in-1 nail clipper!

  • Use KlipTrio's surgical-grade, stainless steel clippers to trim your pet's nails one at a time.

  • Start by clipping a little at a time, or use the file to shave down the nail.

  • Be cautious not to clip the nail vein.

  • Use extra caution with dark nails when visualization of the vein is not possible.

  • If the nail is trimmed too short, use the hygienically sealed styptic powder cartridge to quickly stop the bleeding and provide immediate pain relief.
  • Simply push the injured nail through the center of the X on the green cap, and use the nail to puncture the protective foil below the rubber cap.
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  • Gently insert the injured nail into the styptic powder contained in the cartridge.
  • One cartridge can treat multiple nails on the same pet during the same grooming.
  • Once a cartridge has been punctured, please do not use it on a different pet or save the used cartridge for future grooming of the same pet. Simply discard it in the trash and insert a styptic powder refill cartridge for the next pet or future trimming.
  • KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN - For animal use only. Do not use in deep wounds, burns, or in body cavities. If bleeding does not stop, consult with a veterinarian
  • Use the integrated nail file to smooth any rough edges that may be left after trimming.
  • If the nail is trimmed too short, cutting into the nail vein, and styptic powder was applied, either refrain from filing the injured nail or use extreme care to not worsen the injured nail or cause additional pain.

Use your KlipTrio® to Provide Positive Reinforcement

Teach your pet to see the nail-trimming process as something positive when using KlipTrio®. Fill your empty cartridge with peanut butter, cheese wiz, or their favorite treats, or use our soon-to-come KlipTreatO™. It will help reduce fear, and they will view the nail-trimming experience as something rewarding.

This is very beneficial as an approach in a Veterinary setting as well as in a Grooming setting.