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Woman smears peanut butter on her forehead to clip her dog’s nails

A TikTok video posted by Lindsey Shelton is viral. The video showcases Lindsey cutting her dog’s nails.

This is a tried and tested hack. If you own a dog you are already well aware that, dogs don’t like clipping their nails. The video is a boon to all the dog owners who weren’t able to cut their pet’s nails.

What did she actually do?

Lindsey Shelton used a plastic wrap. She covered her forehead with the wrap. Then, she applied a lot of peanut butter on it.

Peanut butter was a delightful treat for her dog. Hence, it distracted the dog and she could conveniently cut her nails.

In this quarantine, her husband suggested this creative idea to apply peanut butter on the forehead.  However, Lindsey didn’t want butter in her hair hence used a plastic wrap as a shield. As we can see this unconventional technique actually worked.

 

The viral TikTok video

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The TikTok video went absolutely viral. It has more than 2.6 million views as of now. Lindsey Shelton utterly loves the company of dogs. She is a dog lover.

Lindsey Shelton

This couple is working as a team of traveling nurses during coronavirus pandemic. They travel and live in an RV.

Lindsey Shelton is an active TikTok user. She is 27 years old. She has fostered dogs for more than six years. She has also worked as a vet tech. As of now, she has two dogs. But, she is around a lot of dogs all the time.

Her two dogs are named Murphy & Schmidt respectively. However, she fosters a lot of other dogs with her husband.

This couple is working as a team of traveling nurses during coronavirus pandemic. They travel and live in an RV.

Written by Ayushi

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