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Pedi Paws: Does it Work?

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    The Furminator: Does it Work?

    Dog and cat hair gets everywhere! Pet Pro Luciano Aguilar tests The Furminator to see if it really reduces shedding "by 90 percent."
    Dog and cat hair gets everywhere! Pet Pro Luciano Aguilar tests The Furminator to see if it really reduces shedding "by 90 percent."

One of the most intimidating aspects of being a pet owner is clipping your dog or cat's nails. We found a product that promises to reduce the risk of pain for pets and calm the nerves of owners. But does it work?

Check out the video for the results of our product test!

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