This guide walks you through details you should consider when selecting your nail care space. The space creation is based on giving your dog a choice to enter and exit the space. This is a key component to remove stress from you and your dog’s nail care routine.
Once you have created your space, it is time to make this space super valuable. The video demonstrates the methods I use to condition your new nail care space. Bonus! I have included pictures of my members’ nail care spaces for inspiration.
This valuable resource will help reduce you and your dog’s stress around doing nails. Here's what you'll learn when you sign up (it’s FREE!):
"She comes thundering onto the grooming space, might need to calm that down a bit - she leaps over the “step”, and now offers her front right paw, has no problem with front left and is at minimum ok with rear paws. No duration but absolutely no pulling paws. She was reluctant to leave the space when I said “all done” Thank you! "
“I strongly believe we can make a difference in how our dog reacts to having their nails done. It does not have to be a fight or the most stressful event for you and your dog. That is why I created this free resource. It all starts with your nail care space. You make them part of the process. You create a nail care space they love. You allow them the CHOICE to enter and leave their nail care space. These changes create lasting results for you, your dog, your vet, and your groomer.
So let me ask you. Do you really want to keep chasing after your dog to do their nails? Do you want to keep asking someone to hold your dog with a death grip so you can do their nails? Or do you want to see your dog happily run to their nail care space so you can Dremel your dog’s nails with ease.” - Erica