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I cut her nails again tonight as they were still long. One I cut too short and she started bleeding for a bit. Does that cause any problems with blood sugar?
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I cut her nails again tonight as they were still long. One I cut too short and she started bleeding for a bit. Does that cause any problems with blood sugar?
Not that i have seen and i have done the same with jesse on occasion
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