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I paint my dogs nails with human nail polish and it has not done any damage yet.
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First, I would wonder if indeed the dog did lick off the nail polish? It can be quite difficult to paint a dogs toe nails, and then have them not walk around at all until the polish is completely dry. Many pet owners who paint their dog's nails end up with a vast majority of the polish on their furniture or carpet.
I do scuff the dogs nail a bit with dremmal before polishing and it does seen to help.
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What's up with dogs and nail polish? Is it smell, or maybe that color you choose just doesn't suit you well? Dogs know what's best for you for sure!

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Photo provided by Flickri paint my dogs nails all the time with my nail polish and she's fine unless the dog is allergic to it. good luck trying to get it on her though lol
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The ingredients in human nail polish and nail polish remover are often toxic to dogs. The fumes from both products are particularly strong to the sensitive nose of a canine. It's best not to use polishes designed for humans on your pet, because dogs can easily swallow the products when licking or chewing their paws. Polishes and removers made especially for dogs are available for purchase at pet stores. If human nail polish or nail polish remover is used on a dog, great care must be taken to wash away the product before the chemicals and fumes can harm the dog.When fat is metabolized, ketones are produced and one of the ketones is acetone. Since it’s a volatile compound, it can be excreted by the lungs, hence why a dog’s breath may smell like acetone or nail polish remover. Some dog owners describe their dog’s breath smelling like rubbing alcohol, pear drop candies or chemicals.If your dog’s breath smells like nail polish remover, you may wonder where that smell comes from. No, dogs don’t paint their nails unless we subject them to that, and they won’t be using any nail polish remover. Instead, the issue can be quite serious.Also remember that a dog’s paws are normally very sensitive and that painting your pup’s nails is not something she would normally enjoy. So, take the into consideration and reward her with treats for sitting still and, if necessary, take a break after completing each paw to do something fun with your pup so that she will have positive associations with the polishing process.yes Your Uncle was absolutely Correct. Human nail polish can be toxic to dogs they might try to bite it (thus intaking it, also the fumes of the nail polish will make the dog sick.

There are people who have done it and their dogs are fine.. its just not advisable

Try Nail Polishes for dogs, there are many such as Pawlish.

here is a link if you are interested

There is absolutely NO DIFFERENCE in the ingredients of human nail polish and dog nail polish, the only difference is that dog nail polish costs about 150% more!!!
I am a groomer and we get requests to paint dogs nails every day. We ONLY use human polish.
First of all, your dog will not inhale any more of the fumes than YOU are inhaling and, second, once it is dry all the toxicity is gone. Dogs are way, way less likely to chew on their nails than people are anyway.