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RE: Should I Keep In House?

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Posted by: kasia13 at Sat Feb 3 09:06:38 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by kasia13 ]  
   

Those are great ideas, but what also helps is to keep those nails trimmed. Usually every Saturday, Kasha and Smig get a "manicure". Kasha never complains, Smig has to throw her 2 cents in about how she didn't have this in her daily iteniery.
that really helps with the scratching, if they are trimmed. Your vet can show you how to do it, don't worry it is painless. Congrats on your new friend, keep him indoors, and if he does want to go out, get him trained to a leash so you wont have to worry about loosing him. Good luck!


   

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