Kokoba Dog Nail File
The Kokoba Nail File is designed to smooth the rough edges of your pet’s nails after trimming.
How it works
The Kokoba Nail File can be used on both cats and dogs to keep their nails short and in good condition. Use this file to smooth rough or cracked edges after you’ve trimmed your pet’s nails. The thin shape makes it simple to get to your pet’s claws without coming into contact with the skin and you needn't worry about accidents thanks to a rounded steel tip.
The handle of this nail file is extra durable, made from high-quality plastic. With a good grip, it fits easily into your hand – ideal for use on cats and dogs that try to escape a grooming session. To keep the nail file clean, just wipe with a damp cloth after each use.
- made from durable plastic and high-quality steel
- plastic grip handle
- rounded tip thin shape for precision
- can be used to smooth jagged edges or broken nails.
When to use it
Keeping your pet's nails trim is a personal preference, though there are lots of benefits to filing them short. Longer nails are more likely to damage your carpets and upholstery. Cats have a natural urge to get their claws into things and scratch, so keeping their nails pared back also helps to stop them damaging your furniture. If your pet is playful, trimming their nails can also prevent them from hurting you should they playfully swipe.
Use the Kokoba Nail File to keep your pet’s nails in a safe condition. If your pet’s nails are cracked or jagged, they're more likely to harm themselves while scratching, which could lead to infections. Keeping their nails smooth prevents further breakage.
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nail fileMy wife was very pleased with this item and found it done a first class job keeping the nails neat and tidy easy to use and feels of good quality.
Nail file for my StaffieI have found the file really helpful to smooth my dogs nails as she has a habit of chewing them sometimes. She is happy for me to file them and they seem less attractive to her once they are smooth. The ball is still in one piece, which is a bonus when you have a Staffie.