Puppy owners often ask themselves when the right time is to start trimming their pup’s nails. While there isn’t necessarily a right or wrong answer, there are a few things to remember that can help you make the decision. One thing to consider is your dog’s age. Puppies’ nails grow much faster than adult dogs, so they will likely need to be trimmed more often. If you start when they’re young, they’ll get used to the process, and it will be much easier for you (and them!) in the long run.

Another thing to think about is your dog’s activity level. If they are active and constantly running around, their nails will wear down naturally and won’t need to be trimmed as often. However, if they are mostly passive, their nails will grow much faster and must be trimmed more frequently.

Finally, look at your dog’s nails and see if they are excessively long. If they are, it’s probably time to trim them. If you’re unsure how to do it, there are plenty of guides and tutorials online, or you can always ask your veterinarian for help. So when should you start trimming your pup’s nails? There is no definitive answer, but it’s generally a wise idea to start when they’re young and active and if their nails are already getting too long.