How does cutting a dog's whiskers affect it?

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the dogs whiskers are very sensitive to air currents. and the little birdie will bite their fangs off. a birdie is a large vantrite that takes away the pain in the dogs senses. good job and good luck. have a nice life. dkfjaodfja.
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