If the nail is bleeding, apply pressure to stop the bleeding. If the nail is jagged, file until smooth.
Put a bandage on it to stop the bleeding. Take your dog to the vet if it is major
The quick which is that pink blood vessel in your dogs nail probably broke and there is now lots of bleeding. You can buy a quick stop at your local pet shop or simply use a cornstarch or flour and apply it to the nail to stop the bleeding.
Apply pressure and if that doesn't stop it, buy styptic pencil (it is white and you can get it from Pet's Mart or Pet Co) and rub it on the nail. If that doesn't do it, call a vet.
Apply corn starch, flour or styptic powder to the bleeding nail. If it doesn't stop, go to an avian vet immediately.
No, but It does have to be treated properly. And you have to make the bleeding stop because he can die from loosing too much blood.
The use of steptic powder will stop bleeding.
It will stop bleeding after a while or it will not bleed at all
Put flower, for baking, on it to make it stop bleeding.
It depends what type of dog
Well... My dog bleeds. and yes. She breeds and stops bleeding.
If you don't have syptic powder, call vet and ask if you can dip nail in flour, this should stop it,
No. Use a mens syptic pencil they use for shaving cuts, if this does not work when applied to nail, take the pencil and shave some off to make a powder and dip nail in it. Old fashioned remedy, dip nail in flour, it bleeding does not stop go to the vet.
BROKEN OR BLEEDING NAIL BROKEN NAIL If the nail is not bleeding and is causing the dog or cat pain because it is in the way then it needs to be removed. Only remove it yourself it is loose and you feel comfortable doing so. You may need to have someone help you hold your pet or muzzle your dog. Grasp the broken nail with a pair of pliers and tug. If it does not come away easily then seek veterinary help. BLEEDING NAIL This can happen if your dog or cat tears the nail or if you have trimmed the nail too short. * Restrain your pet and elevate the affected limb above the body if possible by rolling your pet onto its back. * Apply a clean cloth against the nail. Cotton wool can be used in this circumstance as the fine fibres aid clotting. * An alternative is to drag the affected nail over a bar of soap to clog the nail and then apply the cloth to the nail. * Apply pressure for at least 5 minutes. Nails tend to bleed for long periods of time. Do not remove the pad until bleeding stops. * Apply a bandage if the nail tends to start bleeding as soon as the pad is removed or your pet is licking the paw excessively. * If bleeding does not stop in 15 minutes transport to your veterinarian. Continued bleeding may indicate a bleeding disorder and your pet may be in serious trouble. * There are also commercial products you can buy - I know of one called Qwik Stop that will halt the blood flow quickly. Alternatively, you can use cornstarch which will work too.
this question makes no sense
your dog clearly should not be bleeding out of no where the only way it would be bleeding is if something happened to so that's a time when you should take it to a vet.
Did something happen? It is most probably bleeding from the nail unless the nail is looks perfectly fine. They have a blood quick in their nails so, if it gets hurt and the nail is broken or hurt, that is where they are bleeding from. Clean it off with a wipe if you can. You can cover it in baby powder and the bleeding will stop. Just watch your guinea pig and make sure that it isn't limping or yelling out in pain. If it is, then you should take it to a vet as it might be infected.
Female bleeding means she's in heat and you can't stop it. If it's an injury just apply pressure until it stops.
Flour or corn starch will stop the bleeding. Put a small amount on the nail and apply pressure. If this does not stop the bleeding, contact your vet. Styptic powder, gel, liquid, or a styptic pencil can be used to stop bleeding when a nail is quicked. It can be purchased at most pet stores. Styptic pencils can be found in stores in the area where you find shaving supplies as they are used to stop bleeding when you nick yourself shaving.
If it wont stop i'd take it to a vet
It really depends on how far the nail was cute back. If only cut back a little, then it wont take long. Just hold a towel to it. But if cut back far then it may take awhile. There is a product called quickystop that you can put on the tip of the nail that will stop the bleeding quicker.
Hmmm...I thing once your dog stops whimpering about the nail,it will be fine, just make sure that it isn't bleeding or sore everyday , check on it alot. Good luck, hope your dog feels better!
This is common, make sure you stop any bleeding by applying pressure. The dog will keep track of the healing by licking it. That is about all you can do unless it is very serious. Then you can bandage the entire foot.
Well once it's healed it can properly stop bleeding. I would consult your vet immediately because this can turn into an infectious disease.
Penicillin, so it doesn't get gangreen. And of corse stop the bleeding.