Nail for PET | North American Independent Laboratories | 2013
e) They must agree to perform all work to the Standards of ASTM/ANSI or equal and to all higher standards set by NAIL for PET.
It’s best to start teaching your dog to relax during nail trims when she's a puppy, but if you're dealing with an adult dog who already fears the process, it’s not too late to arrange a training intervention. There are different elements to trims that pets may dislike: being restrained, having a paw touched, the clipper sound and the feeling of a nail being clipped. In addition, a bad past experience — such as getting the quick clipped — can make future nail trims more difficult for you and your dog.
You can purchase a nail grinder at most pet supply stores, as well as online. The following grinders are recommended for their durability and performance, and since they all have low and high speed settings, you can use them on any size dog.
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The organization changed its name to the Association of North American Independent Laboratories for Protective Equipment Testing (NAIL for PET) to reflect it's growing reputation as an organization with membership beyond the borders of the United States.The Resco Pro-Series Scissor Trimmers are a grooming tool for your pet's nails. The trimmers have two heavy duty stainless steel blades which cut in a scissor-like motion to cut your pet's nails.Mike Piazza joined Hi-Line Utility Supply in 2011. Mike manages Hi-Line’s Rubber Testing Labs, supervising lab technicians, and is fluent in ASTM, OSHA, and NAIL for PET guidelines for rubber testing. Mike instructs technicians and insures that all inspection and testing areas meet quality standards and processes in conjunction with ASTM standards and NAIL for PET. Mike also specializes in rubber goods best practices, having been an integral part in developing comprehensive rubber testing and coaching programs for Hi-Line’s customers.Burlington Safety Laboratory has been testing protective equipment since 1971. Our president, Peter Senin, was instrumental in establishing safety guidelines for the National Association of Independent Laboratories for Protective Equipment Testing (NAIL for PET).