People can touch his feet, but once the clippers come out it is said the dog becomes very aggressive, enough so that being a little drowsy is not enough. I asked this yesterday and got some kind people who responded, one who actually told me about cheap pills, which I appreciate it.
I have to stress when not getting his nails clipped he is a very good dog.Dosages should be gradually tapered to minimize withdrawal.Even gradual dosage reduction may produce some withdrawal symptoms.There are a number of drugs and herbs used for their sedating properties, and sedation may be described as anything from calm to unresponsive to stimuli.Giving a sedative in medicine could mean rendering unconscious, calming anxiety or promoting sleep, so the field is very broad.The representatives of this group are: Benzodiazepines are the most widely used group of sedative drugs.
Due to their safety and improved effectiveness, they have largely replaced barbiturates as drugs of choice in the treatment of anxiety.
Medications in this group include diazepam (Valium®), clonazepam (Klonipin®), alprazolam (Xanax®), and lorazepam (Ativan®).
These can help with relaxation, they may be of use in taming minor fears, and some of them may promote sleep, to a degree.
We will work on this, but have been informed by the shelter that he will need to be sedated heavily while getting his nails cut.
People can touch his feet, but once the clippers come out it is said the dog becomes very aggressive, enough so that being a little drowsy is not enough.
I imagine he might not have to be asleep, but really to worn out to fight.