Hey, it happens! No matter how good your intentions might be, trying to remember to trim your dog's nails every week or two seems to be a lot harder than you might think. In time, your pup is going to put a paw on your leg with nails that look more like daggers than claws. By the time they reach this condition, walking can be very painful for your pup and trimming them back is not quite as easy as keeping them trimmed on a regular basis would have been.
There are typically only two reasons why your dog's nails have reached the stage where they look like Halloween monster claws. One, your dog hates having them trimmed to the point at which no one wants to get near him. Or, you simply have not found the time to trim them like you are supposed to be doing. In either case, it is up to you to get his nail trimmings back on track, something that could take a few weeks.
While it is very easy to get busy and forget to keep your pup's nails trimmed, this is a very important part of keeping him well-groomed. If you let them get too long, he may have trouble walking, walking can be painful, and his nails could easily curl back into his pads, causing further pain. It only takes a few minutes each week or two to keep your pup's nails neat and trimmed, why not check them today?