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We just put in Pergoe(not sure I spelled that right) if our dining area and kitchen area looks beautiful, and we have 3 dogs, two teenage boys, high traffic if you know what I mean, our berooms are hardwood and I don't like it because they are so marked, mostly from furniture and etc I think though. I pergoe stays nice even if you scrap it with a knife.... Just have to look for the good stuff, there are a lok of different brands out there.

I think you can kinda see it in this pic....
 

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Yeah I dremel all my babies too, really helps, especially with the carpeting imagine having three romping canines with long nails! Ekkkkkkkk, the hair is bad enough. I think I should buy stock in vaccuums!
 

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slandaker said:
I noticed our Dobies shared the same name. I really thought I had picked out a unique name....guess not. :) About the dremel thing....how does that work? How do you know if you are going to far. I have a terrible time trying to determine if I am cutting the nails too short.

Ohh, I love the dremel!!! Makes the nail so smooth no more sharp edges.Just take it back as far as you would with clippers. Key is don't hold it on one nail too long even if you just have to come back to it, because it can get hot and uncomfortable on their nail. You'll have to introduce it slowly, just start by letting you doberkid be comfortable with approaching you or sitting with you while it is running, and the first few time you finally do touch Loki with it, just be very brief and rewarding. Like I said my other two dogs are nuts over it, I can hardly sit down after I pull the dremel case out, because it is always a positive experience. Working on getting Lexy like that too. They just lay right on their side and hold their feet up. It's actually funny because I always do Harley first (aussie) he won't have it any other way, and after I have to lock him up in a different room because he will try to layright on top of whoever I'd doing next trying to give me his feet again!

Here's a great link, they even have pics- a doberman too, how fitting!
http://homepages.udayton.edu/~merensjp/doberdawn/dremel/dremel.html
 

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slandaker said:
It seems to be a popular name. There is another Loki on this site!! Actually, my Dobe is quite the mischief maker so Loki seemed appropriate. I name all my animals with more "historical" names. For instance, I also have two ferrets, Rasputin and Anubis.

Too cool!!
 
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