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Pet of the Week: Eight German Shepard/Lab mix puppies

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Puppy "Pet"icure Day!

Saturday, January 13th

1:00pm - 3:00pm

McCook Humane Society

100 South St., McCook, NE. 69001

“Does your dog have tired, sore dogs? Could be her nails need trimming.”

Bring your furry family members out to the McCook Humane Society on Saturday, January 13th for our “Puppy 'Pet'icure Day”!

Our Nail Trimmers are Loretta Macfee of Macfee's Paw, Spa & Inn and our very own Carol Kottwitz!

Bring your furry friend in and get his or her nails trimmed! We'll be having a Pawsitively Pawesome good time trimming nails from 1pm until 3pm! Don't forget to grab your fur-kid's free treat bag before you leave!

At our last Nail Day, Loretta and Amy trimmed the nails of 23 dogs and a cat that's 96 paws)! We absolutely love seeing everyone come in for their pedicure and thank the awesome humans for bringing our fur-friends in for the visit!

The Trims are a $5 donation and all proceeds benefit the McCook Humane Society.

As per state and city ordinances... Please make sure that your fur-kid is up to date on their Rabies vaccination and they have their tag on (or you have other proof), and on leashes (no retractable leashes please).

Nail trimming is essential for maintaining good health. If a dog's nails are allowed to grow, they will curl over into a spiral shape; walking will become increasingly painful to the dog as they grow, putting pressure on the dogs toes (a bit like walking in shoes that are too small). Uncut nails may curl so far that they pierce the paw pad, leading to infection and debilitating pain. If one does not trim a dog's nails on a monthly basis the quick will grow along with the nail, making it nearly impossible to cut properly.

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