I think there's some good advice in this somewhere. Any chance you could write it again but without the text talk. I'm guessing your not in that much of a rush and it would be easier to read.reptile-kid said:ive got n adult beardie dat ive ad for 2 yrs n we cut dem our self its pretty easy if u no wot ur cuttin on da beardies claws dey av a lil black bit goin dwn da middle den it stops like da tip of ur finga den da rest is alwhite an rele long cut it just below the black bit da claws will still b sharp but nat as sharp i use toe nail clipers its easier ope dids elps
Thanks, I did manage to figure it in the end. I got my wife to help me thoughlizardlover said:ok i will explain RK's spelling for you. Goergie--- you need to talk better on here :lol: - KIDS!!!!!!
I cut our beardies nails - not him :lol: I use nail clippers and just cut off the ends - very tiny bit just to stop him getting himself caught. But best advice is let him have a run around the garden the concreete ( or what ever u got) helps to grind them down. once you have done it once you will know. But to go to the vets every few weeks or so gets expensive. We also used to do same to rabbit. Yes its similar to other animals. Just a very tiny bit is usually enuf.
Oscar is quite happy to sit there whilst i do it. but then he is a lazy oik!! :wink: