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   Testimonial:
  SPLIT NAILS
Testimonial By: Carin        Publish Date: 2004-01-01

Hi Eugenie
 
Just a quick one to say hello and thank you!  The thank you refers to your comments in the newsletter some time ago about one of your dogs (sorry, I don’t remember which one, think it was Shanti) splitting a nail and how it would have been better to just tape the nail and let it grow out naturally.  Well, my one dog, Syrah, also split her one nail, but thanks to your letter, I just taped it and kept it clean.  Within a couple of days Syrah chewed off the bit that was split off from the main part of the nail and by the end of the week the nail had grown out and recovered fully!  It was only a bit shorter than the other nails, but that was it.  Thanks again for the info - it did help a lot.  Syrah is quite active and does not bear sickness/pain/restraint well.  It would have been an ordeal if the vet had to remove the nail.
 
Regards
Carin and the gang

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