How to clip a dogs nails without dog nail clippers?

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Is there any way of doing this? I would go buy , but I do not have the money right now.
I honestly cannot buy clippers, when I say I do not have the money it doesn't mean I have $ 10 to buy them with. It means I have NO money.

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Answer by Sara
Wow clippers are like 89 cents…why are you so poor?

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    • Tamchii
    • May 13, 2012

    If you can take her to a tennis court to run that files them down. Don’t clip them with anything but clippers made for dog, she can bleed out from the wicks in her nail and splitting can cause hang nails that are extremely painful and can cause horrible infections. If you do decide to ignore this advice please have a towel and some flour or corn starch ready and if you do clip the wick put her paw in the flour or cornstarch and wait for a while. but remember that if you cant afford the $ 10 for clippers then I’m sure you cant afford to take her to the vet when you hurt her by clipping them improperly.

    • Annette L
    • May 13, 2012

    No there isnt.

    • greygarious
    • May 13, 2012

    A dremel, but those cost several times what a $ 10-12 clipper does. If both you and your dog have a LOT of time and patience, you can use a nail file.

    • Kat
    • May 13, 2012

    If you don’t have clippers, do not do it. You can injure the nails. And i am sure you can invest in some nail clippers, they’re usually under 10 dollars.

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