Trimming long curly nails?

zonkey

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Hey all!! I just recently got a rescue (maybe 3-4yrs old, has MBD) and I’ve noticed she’s got some gnarly nails. I’m looking at this one in particular though. She’s already missing 4 toes (1 from each foot)so she has trouble climbing sometimes, and I want to help her however I can, and so of course I want to get these nails taken care of. I understand how you trim usual nails. But how do you safely handle a long curled nail such as the one here?

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