Can Dogs Be Declawed?

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It is not common to have a dog declawed. You can just have there nails cut and trimmed. It will be very painful and stressful for your dog.
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Declawing is known medically as onychectomy. The cat is placed under anaesthetic and the entire last joint of each digit is removed. Thus, 10 amputations of joints occur during a
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Huge is the simple answer. The only viable reasons for declawing a dog are medical, through injury or infection. It is barely necessary to clip a dogs claw if it is exercised correctly
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There are a lot of things that we as humans can eat but dogs shouldn't. Chocolate, coffee, and basically anything that contains caffeine can be toxic and affect the heart and nervous
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Dogs can actually have their claws removed in a surgical procedure but that is a very bad idea and most vets will not do it. Trimming is a much better idea.
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