Trim the tip of your cat’s nails. Trim just enough to allow the nail cap to fit all the way to the base of the nail.
Fill nail caps 1/3 full with adhesive. Gently squeeze the nail cap to evenly distribute the glue and release any air bubbles. If the glue oozes out of the nail cap, you have inserted too much adhesive. Remove some of the glue by squeezing it onto a paper towel.
Extend nails by gently pressing thumb on top with index finger on bottom of paw. Slide nail caps onto nail.
Observe cat for five minutes before release. You can play with your cat or feed some of kitty’s favourite food to distract for a few minutes.
Trim the nail tip, being careful not to clip too much.
Fill nail caps 1/3 full with adhesive. Give the nail cap a gentle squeeze to distribute the glue evenly and release any air bubbles. If glue oozes out of the nail cap, you have inserted too much adhesive. Remove some of the glue by squeezing it out onto a paper towel.
Slide nail caps onto nail. The nail cap should not touch the dog’s nail cuticle. If it the cap is too large, trim the open end of the nail cap to create a better fit.
Observe dog for 5 minutes before releasing. You can pet your dog or feed it a few of its favourite treats to distract.