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What I do is trim them every other day. I have gone about 3 weeks now without biting them.

Good for you - one step at a time. I've managed since June to have 10 complete nails. I usually dread clipping them. A ragged edge would be so tempting. DW keeps asking me how I stopped, I still don't know.

Hers are still so short that they must hurt her.

Having been a chewer since having nails and stopping at 42 - I can tell you mine were so short, nobody could understand how they didn't hurt me. As I let them grow, I find they can't hurt back if not trimmed - kinda like payback. Chewing was easier than trimming/filing.

Odee

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