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Old 06-06-2010, 03:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i am rather new here, so i apologize for not having mastered your monikers yet... is there any way the author of "Pet African Hedgehogs - A Basic Guide to Care" could share larger images of the small top images from this page (http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n181 ... _01-20.jpg)? those would be precious.

thank you in advance.

upd oh, i meant you, LizardGirl.
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Old 06-07-2010, 09:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hey,

Hopefully this is big enough. If you really need to see one of them even bigger, I can post the original picture no problem. Hope that helps!





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I was wondering if I could use cat nail clippers? Like these:
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Honestly I would think infant nail clippers would probably be best for nails that size.
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You can use any clippers that you feel are most comfortable for you.

You may get them, try them, and find that they are impossible to use. Or you may get them, and really like them.

I just like to use human nail clippers because it's easier for me to see the nail and the quick. For those cat nail clippers, I feel they are too bulky for me, but that's just my preference.

Though you may find cat ones too bulky as well, and opt for the small animal clippers that are similar.
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You can use any clippers that you feel are most comfortable for you.

You may get them, try them, and find that they are impossible to use. Or you may get them, and really like them.

I just like to use human nail clippers because it's easier for me to see the nail and the quick. For those cat nail clippers, I feel they are too bulky for me, but that's just my preference.

Though you may find cat ones too bulky as well, and opt for the small animal clippers that are similar.
Yeah I was wondering about this for quite a while actually... but that clears things up. I think I will go to the pharmacy tomorrow and pick up a pair of baby nail clippers. Thanks.
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Hey,

Hopefully this is big enough. If you really need to see one of them even bigger, I can post the original picture no problem. Hope that helps!

the original picture would be much appreciated! i'll show it to my mother, since she'll be the one trimming the nails.

we got baby nail clippers at Walgreens.
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Which one? The actual picture I linked to, is as big as it gets. I'll have to find one of the pictures in that picture, and hope it can still be blown up a bit bigger...



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Which one? The actual picture I linked to, is as big as it gets. I'll have to find one of the pictures in that picture, and hope it can still be blown up a bit bigger...
the one for "too long" perhaps?
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Alrighty- I will try and remember to post those when I get home. Hopefully I won't forget!



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