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and another thing--if you yourself have long hair, tie it back. Ask me how i know (well, actually don't).
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Do you guys dremel with them standing? The front feet seem like they'd be easy to do but with the back feet and them standing, it seems it'd be a little trickier.
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Do you guys dremel with them standing? The front feet seem like they'd be easy to do but with the back feet and them standing, it seems it'd be a little trickier.
I do one dog standing (kind of like a horse being shod), and one dog on her back on the sofa.
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Do you guys dremel with them standing? The front feet seem like they'd be easy to do but with the back feet and them standing, it seems it'd be a little trickier.
I herd either Spock or Eva into the Laundry room and shut the door- nowhere to go and nowhere to hide! I get both to lie down with a treat for front paws. Eva's back paws can be pulled to one side and Dremeled while she's lying down. Spock I do back paws while he's standing, reaching underneath for far one.

He hates nail time, but Eva loves pedicures and being pampered. I do all Dremel nail ops in laundry room cause it generates fine dust with the Dremel and will spread on your furniture in other rooms. After nails done and lotion applied, I vacuum the floor with portable Dyson before releasing Dobe for "The Zoomies" throughout house! (Spock only, cause he thinks nail grooming is torture)


FYI-Here's previous post I made, picturing stuff I use for Dremeling Nails:

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Mine lie flat on their sides. I sit beside them level with their chests, generally with my legs straight out or with bent knees, running alongside their bellies. I can use my legs just a bit if I need a little more control or support for the leg and foot, by holding the dog's foot between my knees/calves.
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Mine lie flat on their sides. I sit beside them level with their chests, generally with my legs straight out or with bent knees, running alongside their bellies. I can use my legs just a bit if I need a little more control or support for the leg and foot, by holding the dog's foot between my knees/calves.

Oh, good idea!
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Do you guys dremel with them standing? The front feet seem like they'd be easy to do but with the back feet and them standing, it seems it'd be a little trickier.
I'm another who does them standing. I back them into a corner of the kitchen where there is good light. Back feet are a little trickier than the front ones but all the puppies get used to standing still for both. There are treats involved after all.

I use my knee behind the near back leg to hold it in position when I'm dremeling. Then I turn the dog around and do the same thing with the othe back leg. Sounds more complicated than it actually is.

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Oh come on Mel - Tell us all how you wrapped your hair up in the Dremel ! Did you have to cut it off to get out ? LOL
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I was fast with the off switch. And I ended up with a nice little curl in my normally stiff and stubbornly straight hair.

But somehow I didn't feel like using it to do an entire styling. Just sorta...because....
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