Declawing refers to the surgery performed on cats to remove their claws to prevent them from scratching. Contrary to popular belief, it is in no way comparable to removing a toenail. This is because a cat’s claws are closely attached to its toe bones. The surgery removes the last joint of the cat’s toe bone to ensure that the claw does not grow back. Many veterinarians are reluctant to offer declawing services, as it is not beneficial for cats. In fact, declawing can lead to many painful complications.
Toys are essential to keep your dog healthy through mental stimulation and physical exercise. However, not all toys are suitable or safe for your dog.