One of the top excuses we hear at Susan's Canine Services in regards to taking a Dogsafe Course is , we have limited funds. Well I think that we all h...
Excuses people use when it comes to not taking courses
January 16, 2015
A little information from Susan's Canine Services in South Surrey B.C.
Often when I take my Siberian Husky out for a walk , many people ask about her...
Susan's Canine Services in South Surrey B.C. Tells you a little about Siberian Huskies!
January 8, 2015
Susan's Canine Services was very happy to teach a class at Petplayland Pet Services in Langley B.C. !
What a great bunch to teach, Lisa and her daugh...
Just Finished a Dogsafe Course with the staff at PetPlayland Pet Services
January 17, 2015
Trimming your Dog's Nails
December 8, 2014
It is so important to keep up with regular nail trimming on your dog's nails! If you don't do this regularly (on average every 4 to six weeks depending on each dog) you could end up with nails that start to curl.
They can also grow into the dog's pads and that is not only painful for the dog, you are going to end up with
a vet bill to get it corrected.
If you do let your dog's nails grow too long the quick will grow with it, which makes it harder to cut them back without bleeding. If this happens not too worry, just go to your vet or groomer and have them cut
them back just a little. Then go back every two weeks and have them cut back a little more , the quick will
then start to shrink back so eventually you will get the nails trimed down to a proper length.