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Hi there. Thanks for the question. Let me see if I can help.
If she is not showing discomfort that is good, but you dont want things to get out of hand with the nails
Also the longer you let them grow, the longer the quicks get and the harder it gets overall to trim them.
You may want to look into the nail grinding systems
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Dogs often will tolerate them better and you can take off small amounts at a time fairly easily.
used correctly it tends to lead to less issues with bleeding nails and less resentment from the dog
Otherwise....do try to at least take a little off the nails..as continually having the long nails pull the toes out of position can lead to more frequent fractures of the toes or nail injury