How do you dock puppy tail and remove dew claws?
You don't dock a puppys tail, it's illegal and cruel. And it's animal cruelty to remove its claws
It is best to have all this done at a very young age, like around day 2. But It is never too late to remove dewclaws. But personaly, I have a puppy with dew claws and I do not want to take them out. But if your puppy will be digging, going through bushes, climbing or any other activities that could rip off their dew claws, then it would be beter to remove them. (…
It is against the law to dock a dog's tail in Australia and the UK. If you do dock a dog's tail in Aussie or UK you can face fines up to $37,500. However in the UK dogs that are classed as "working dogs" at the moment can have their tails docked by a vet - however you must prove the puppy is a working dog.
It depends on the size comparison. If the claws are big and the tail is smaller in comparison then the venom from the scorpion isn't that deadly and the claws are worse . However if the claws are small and the tail looks chunky then the venom is more than likely deadly which means the sting is worse. So it all depends on the comparison between the claws and the tail.