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Old 05-05-2017, 05:02 PM
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My dog has scratched at the kennel so much he bled.

Hello,

My mother's ****su, Hunter, is terrified of Thunderstorms and it seems there was a bout of them last night--do forgive us for all being heavy sleepers. Needless to say he scratched at the kennel so much his nails were filled down so far and the quicks of his front claws are visible and the nail itself is cracked.

I'm really just curious as too how long it will take the nail to grow back around the quick. It's storm season here in NC and I don't want him dying from blood loss or something.
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