Declawing Dogs?

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Declawing dogs can be done at the vet, but can be extremely painful for the dog. The surgery takes off the first segment on the toe. It is recommended to just cut their nails instead of Declawing them.
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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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Since dogs are often outdoors and walk using their claws, it is unsafe and
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People don't declaw dogs. No vet would declaw a dog. Dogs have their dewclaws (extra claw some dogs have that doesn't touch the ground) removed. Dew claws are prone to being torn
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You can actually declaw a dog but many scientists & vets think that declawing causes more harm than good. Be Safe!
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Although technically it is possible to declaw a dog there is no point to it. Most dogs will have very poor balance if they are declawed. Dogs use their nails to ...
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