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Soft Claws Reviews

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Soft Claws
For pet lovers who choose to not have their cat declawed, there are several nail cap products that will help prevent scratching and damage done by cat claws. This is a guide about Soft Claws reviews.
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By 3 found this helpful
January 10, 2013

I am considering using these on one of our pet cats. Does anyone have any comments or feedback concerning these? Are they hard to get on, and do you think they are a good idea?

Here is a link describing how to put them on:
http://www.ehow.com/how_5489807_apply-soft-claws-cat.html

I am looking for real experience from everyday people on this product.

Blessings.

By Robyn from TN

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January 12, 20130 found this helpful

I don't have personal experience with Soft Claws but a friend uses them on her Maltese and they are very good. She uses them because they stop the dog from accidently scratching her elderly mother's legs as due to her age the skin has become very thin and she scratches and bleeds very easily. The house has polished timber floors and the Soft Claws are ideal on this as well. I wouldn't hesitate to use them if needed.

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June 3, 20130 found this helpful

I have used these quite a bit and absolutely love them! My only warning would be to be careful not to use too much glue. It can seep out and stick to their fur. Every once in awhile a claw won't shed properly with them on. When that has happened I just use nail trimmers to clip the end of the nail off, then the nail eventually sheds. Choosing a bright color is fun and it also helps you see when one has come off.

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Here's the post I did about using them on one of our cats:

http://www.thri  t-Nail-Caps.html

Hope that helps! :)

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