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4 hours ago Outcrossing to maintain the breed in perpetuity and help to improve the breed’s health was undertaken in the 19th century, with one of the most common dogs used in the crossing being the Beauceron, which as mentioned above, has hind leg dewclaws. The Briard usually has double hind dewclaws too, which once again, are quite low down on their legs.

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3 hours ago In some breeds like Great Pyrenees, the Briard, and St Bernard, you can commonly see an extra toe known as a double dew claw. The Risk of Injury with Dew Claw In some cases, the dew claw is loosely and softly attached to the leg whereas in others it is tightly attached to the leg.

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4 hours ago Dew Claw Trimming. Dew Claw: Psychology Today author Dr. Stanley Coren traces your dog’s dewclaw back 40 million years to “a tree-climbing cat-like animal known as miacis which was an early ancestor of our modern dogs,” he says. “Obviously if you climb trees having five toes is an advantage. However, miacis eventually evolved into the ground-dwelling …

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5 hours ago Many breeds have floppy dew claws that can easily snag and rip. If you dog isn’t a working dog, vets typically remove them at a young age. The double dew claws on the Great Pyrenees are very strong due to being attached by a bone; they act as a sort of thumb for the dog and are surprisingly useful.

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3 hours ago Dew claws are the fifth digit on the inside of a dog's leg. They are primitive and not used by the dog, so many breeders have them removed when the puppy is 3 or 4 days old.

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2 hours ago Per the breed standard, Great Pyrenees have two dewclaws on their rear feet. While it is possible to see pyrs with single dews on the rear, it is generally a sign that the dog is a mixed breed. The double dew claws actually do serve a purpose. Most people who have spent time around pyrs have seen the double dew claws in action.

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5 hours ago I know a few breeds (like Pyrs and Beauceron) that have them, but do you guys know more that commonly have double dewclaws? Just curiouswe got a litter in today at the HS and one of the pups has double dewclaws, but I highly doubt he's got any Pyr in him (doesn't seem big enough at 8 weeks, but I suppose the age could be wrong, as wellwe never know).

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6 hours ago Subject: Re: Dew Claws ?? Tue Feb 19, 2013 4:27 pm. Some breeds are required to have their rear dew claws (Great Pyrenees for example who have double rear dew claws). In breeds that have those types of dew claws - they're attached to the bone and can be incredibly painful to have removed.

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5 hours ago We left them on and he was hunted at least 60 days a year on waterfowl and lots of upland. Never a problem even with the rear dew claws. When I first started breeding, i always had them removed. On my last litter--16 years ago--I kept them on. One of the puppies became an all-breed BIS winner even with dew claws.

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7 hours ago The coyotes seem to get along with their dew claws pretty well and they spend a lot of time in the brush albeit at much slower speeds which could sure make a difference in the threat of ripping one off. It could be that a very few occurrences of injuries with dew claws has put us all on a bad road of taking them off.

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5 hours ago Joined Jan 26, 2014. ·. 843 Posts. #4 · Jan 21, 2017. Only show this user. Dewclaw removal (which we no longer do on tiny 2-4 day puppies yeah) used to cost $70 office visit litter rate and an addition $5 per puppy. Doc hated doing tails and dewclaws on the new borns so we no longer do it yeah! We have never done ears either.

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1 hours ago A good breeder will make sure the dew claws are removed because dew claws are not in the standard of the boxer. many breeders who dont know the standard dont realize they need to be removed. IMO unless its causing a problem, then I would leave them in - why do thru the pain unless he was going in for another proceedure and already under.

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1 hours ago Removal of dew claws can cause carpal arthritis and injuries to other joints. 2. Useful during movement. The dew claws offer extra support to your Lab’s legs when your dog needs to turn quickly while running at a high speed. Those dew claws provide balance while your Lab is running and keeps the wrist joints stable. 3. Helpful in holding objects

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9 hours ago dog breeds with dew claws Once you decide where your Teddy will relive themselves at, you will now need to actually train them to do it every time! The training process takes A LONG time and it is typical for a well trained Teddy to have “accidents” for the first 5-6 months of training.

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2 hours ago Yeah, we won't remove the front dew claws. Those are actually attached with muscle and bone. But his rear dew claws are literally just a flap of skin with the claw on it, so the vet said that they need to be removed because that type of dew claw can get ripped off very easily and it's pretty traumatic the dog to have that happen, whereas surgically removing them is a pretty easy and …

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6 hours ago Some breeds require these dewclaws because they are believed to help them in their line of work. For example, the Great Pyrenees is a livestock guardian dog and the terrain they work on is rough and uneven. The double dewclaws placed low on their rear legs act as functional digits to help them gain stability.

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2 hours ago Tails & Dewclaws. Dewclaws are actually rudimentary thumbs and rear dewclaws are residual fixtures from the past. They have no function and are situated high on the inside of the leg above the foot. The do not make contact with the ground but are said to brush the dew from the grass and it is thought that this is where they get their name.

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5 hours ago No. Front dewclaws are normal in dogs. Trim them just as you would other dog nails. Dog has 1 or more well-developed rear declaws, but these are not usual for the breed. No. Dewclaw removal is not necessary unless there’s a medical problem. Dog has a ripped, injured or ingrown dewclaw. Probably not.

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7 hours ago The Bernese Mountain Dog is not a breed known for having double dew claws, and for showing all the dew claws are usually removed. Breeds that are desired to have double dew claws on their hind

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5 hours ago The tendons are attached to muscles. So, if you remove the dew claws, there will be muscles in your dog’s legs that will atrophy due to lack of use. The dew claws actually work to prevent excessive torque on the leg. If the dew claws aren’t present, the leg can twist over and over, and ultimately the dog can become lame.

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3 hours ago If you've ever examined your dog's paws or legs, you may have noticed a small, seemingly out of place claw that rests just above the others. This appendage is known as a dewclaw, and despite popular belief among some, it does serve a purpose.All dogs naturally have them on their front legs, but some breeds also have them on their rear legs as well, and some polydactyl paws …

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4 hours ago JRT are usually born with dew claws and occassionally i have seen GSD's with them. They are often not much of a problem but it is often best to get rid of them especially in some of the working breeds. I've heard of a couple of Aussie litters were one or two pups er litter had rear dew claws. Link to comment.

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2 hours ago The Briard, the Beauceron, and the Great Pyrenees all require double dew claws on each back foot to meet their breed standard, while Saint Bernard require single rear dewclaws. Some breeds can go either way: From the Tibetan Mastiff standard: “Feet – A single or double dewclaw may be present on the rear feet.”.

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3 hours ago The breed was one of several that were used to create the Doberman Pinscher, and they do share similar coat patterns. The Beauceron is closely related to the Briard. While the Briard is a long-haired herder, the Bas Rouge is a short-haired breed that will require less grooming and coat maintenance.

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9 hours ago Dewclaws should be removed in the first 2-7 days of life as normally done for your breed. Performing one puppy's dewclaw removal at a time, lay the dewclaws on layers of paper towels and place or write a label next to them with the same unique puppy identifier or name that you will use for that puppy's genetic testing (for example, pink girl, blue boy, etc.).

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9 hours ago The dew claw is an inherited feature, originating form 40 million years ago when the ancestors of the modern dog were tree climbers. As the dog evolved into a running, hunting creature with extended paws these became superfluous. Dogs have dew claws on front and rear paws. In general, dogs who exhibit dew claws have them on their front paws

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3 hours ago Rear Dew Claws/Fifth Toe We find pockets of diversity to strengthen the Mastiff gene pool in rare haplotypes that have an historic reference in literature and art for the breed. We were surprised by 3 pups presenting rear dew claws in our April 2015 Diversity litter: JOSEPH'S BEST KEPT SECRET X WOLFE CREEKS BOSS HOSS.

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1 hours ago 15 Dec 2008, 10:45. It has been asked in another thread why it is that the presence of dew claws is a pretty good indication in the United States that a dog did not come from a responsible breeder. There is a very high correlation to whether or not a breeder does health testing, uses contracts, takes back puppies and whether they remove dew claws.

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6 hours ago The rear dew claws do in fact connect to the bone and tendons/ligaments in a dogs rear leg. I have raised a Great Pyrenees mix as livestock guardian dogs for a while now. The dew claws are attached.

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4 hours ago Rear dew claws are almost always removed, because they will only cause trouble by getting caught on things/being ripped off. As for front dew claws some breeds it is in the standard that they remain intact, some call for a dog without dew claws. Both of my dogs have front dew claws and they are very well attached and have never had an incident.

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4 hours ago The dew claws in many breeds do actually have safety and mobility uses, and removing them can put your pet at risk, especially if you live in a cold climate In all fairness, there are legitimate reasons to remove a dogs dewclaws. Many people who use their dogs as some kind of hunting companion, or run their dogs through thick underbrush, will

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6 hours ago Some breed magazines a few years ago carried a short article by Doctors Foster and Smith on dewclaws. Now, these are good vets and good businessmen as well as lovers of dogs, and besides, one of them looks a little like me, so they must be really good, right? However, I would like to give another side of the picture than their surgeon's view, that of the breeder, handler, …

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2 hours ago Puppies born October 10th and ready to go next week. Parents are great with kids and cats. These dogs make amazing farm dogs and will guard what is theirs! They are naturally protective dogs, with high energy and drive. Father trained in personal protection and mother trained in obedience. Dew claws have been removed.

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Which breed of dog has dew claws?

Which Dog Breeds Have Dew Claws? 1 The Pyrenean mountain dog. 2 The Beauceron. 3 The Briard. 4 The Norwegian Lundehund. 5 The Anatolian shepherd dog. 6 The Catalan sheepdog. 7 The Saint Bernard. 8 The Estrela mountain dog. 9 Is Removing Dew Claws Cruel?

Can rear dew claws be removed from dogs?

Rear dewclaws are considered an anomaly except in a few breeds where single or double well-developed rear dewclaws are part of the breed, such as the Briard or Great Pyrenees. These should not be removed. Dewclaw removal is a procedure where the claw that’s higher up on the dog’s front or rear leg is surgically removed.

Is it normal for a dog to have dewclaws?

1 Front dewclaws are normal in dogs. 2 Dewclaw removal is not called for unless there’s a medical problem. 3 Get your dog used to having their dewclaws trimmed. 4 Keep an eye on all of your dog’s nails — but pay particular attention to dewclaws, both front and rear. 5 Seek treatment for any injured nail.

Do beaucerons have dew claws?

The Beauceron’s rear dewclaws tend to be quite low down on their leg, and can serve to help to distribute the dog’s weight more evenly, which helps them to walk over snow and ice with ease.

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