I was traumatized when I cut too far up on Charger's nail and made it bleed. How much does it cost to get this task done by the groomer? For those that do this, how often do you cut them?
Terry, what ear cleaner does your vet recommend? We're using epi-otic, but Charger hates getting his ears cleaned. I think it's the coldness of it.We went to the vet just yesterday to have Moe's nails cut. It was fifteen dollars for the clipping (but we bought Frontline, shampoo and earcleaner so the bill was MUCH more than fifteen )[/b]
We use Pfizer's "Oti-clens". Moe's ears tend to get yeast infections and regular use of Oti-clens seems to keep the yeast in check. He hasn't had an ear infection for quite a while now (One infection seemed to take forever to clear up <_< ). I usually clean his ears before his weekly bath. The cleaner has a 'medicine smell' that I don't care for and bathing him after cleaning his ears minimizes it. Moe likes his ears cleaned when there is no infection (he makes his happy moaning sounds) but he hates it when his ears are irritated (it probably hurts).Terry, what ear cleaner does your vet recommend? We're using epi-otic, but Charger hates getting his ears cleaned. I think it's the coldness of it.[/b]