if that doesn't work I also recommend nail caps, this is a wonderful painless replacement to cruel ed-clawing and you don't need to clip her nails every week plus this will completely prevent her from scratching (she will probably still try to scratch but this is only natural and 0 damage will be caused anyways). nail caps are basically little silicone caps that you glue on her nails after clipping them, usually the first time she will take them off pretty quickly but once she gets used to them they can last her up to 6 weeks! and her nails simply grow inside the caps until they fall off and you replace them again. if she goes outdoor just put caps on her front legs and leave her back legs without them so she can climb, most of the damage is made by the front legs anyways. it should be really easy to put them on for her at home with a help of another person but if you really can't get them on there are vets and groomers that can do it for you. i would just suggest if you want them don't buy them at the pet shop because they cost 22$ for a pack of 20 while you can get 40 of them for 2 bucks on ebay, so if you do get them get them from ebay.
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