@Micah - That is great and I have had ones that do not respond to "bait"... also... while I don't offer it to them, I still have it "just in case"... LOL... And most of mine I treat only after they are stack... we only have two hands... LOL!
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tanza last edited by
Removing dewclaws is up to the breeder. There is no requirement to remove or not remove. In the US, I would guess it is about 50% leave them, 50% remove them
Thank you, I appreciate your response.
DebraDownSouth last edited by
I have also seen current research on dewclaw removal that has me convinced to never do it again. I am exhausted but will try to post the links if anyone is interested... maybe tomorrow