You have three options regarding the nail clipping.
1) Use a slow and thorough training desensitization program
2) Switch to using a Dremel tool (still requires desensitization and training, but maybe less)
3) Take the dog on runs on concrete to wear down the nails (may not work on all the nails, and definitely not the dew claw).
Regarding nail clipping here is an article on getting your dog to tolerate it:
http://www.clickersolutions.com/article ... imming.htm
The thing to remember is that slow and patient in the beginning pays off in the long run. (while you are desensitizing to the clippers, maybe runs on concrete can keep the nails manageable.) Also, use extra special treats for nail trimming.
Regarding using the Dremel tool, here is a site that describes how you do that:
But, be really slow and careful abount introducing the dremel. Use the same approach as in the first nail clipping article, just substitute the dremel for the clipper. You'll have an extra desensitization step with the dremel because you'll want to introduce it first when it is off, then introduce it on.
Remember, if you go too fast, you'll undo all your desensitizing work because a scared/freaked out dog doesn't learn well if at all.