Early Wear – Pet Damage

Early Wear – Pet Damage

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Early wear

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Pet nail damage

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Dish out of the softer spring wood grain

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Dish out of the softer spring wood grain

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Pet nail damage

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Pet nail damage

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Scratches and damage from pet nails

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Pet nail damage

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What you need to know

Gouges and wood deterioration are common conditions caused by pets. A big dog with nails that are not trimmed can wreak havoc on a wood floor very fast causing premature wear. It is seen where the dog tries to get traction and puts pressure on the open grain of the wood as his nails help him dig in to get the sure-footed feeling that dogs need to

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