Does your small pet need their nails clipped? Shauna's Pet Shop offers clients a full small pet nail clipping service.
Our team of animal experts create a warm, welcoming and ambient environment designed to relax even the most nervous of small pets.
Our small animal nail clipping service includes:
Rabbit Nail Clipping
Guinea Nail Clipping
Hamster Nail Clipping
Gerbil Nail Clipping
Chinchilla Nail Clipping
We use a variety of tools to clip even the most neglected animal nails.
The process is completely pain-free and we make every effort to minimise any stress to the animal.
Really friendly and helpful staff! Got my whole hamster set up here for an affordable price! Thanks so much
Boarding our buns and never had an issue. Always send us pics and messages to reassure that they're being looked after well.
Good pet shop in the centre of town has very friendly and helpful staff its quite small premises but with a lot of stock always feel like I'm going to knock stuff over
Always has the best brands of bird food, the deliveries are always on time and overall it is my go to when I need pet supplies
How often Should a Small pet have its nails trimmed?
A small pet should have their nails trimmed as required. When nails become too long they need to be trimmed. An experienced person must trim a small animal’s nails as if they are cut too short they can cause bleeding and pain.
What happens if an animal’s nails get too long?
In the case of rabbits, if their nails get too long the rabbit will compensate by changing the angle in which they put their foot down. This will eventually lead to increased wear on the joints.
Long nails can also easily get snagged. A snag can then lead to rips and foot injuries.