A dogs tail can be docked at any age. But it is better to do it when they have no bone that has to be removed. That is when they are a day or two old. If the bone has to be removed that can be very dangerous to the dog.
Twelve weeks is the oldest age to crop a Boxer's ears.
You need to dock a Boxer's tail between the age of three and five days.
Technically, yes. But it's a lot of unnecessary pain (especially at an older age) for a cosmetic procedure.
It is unknown who the oldest person is to start boxing. Many boxers have started boxing after the age of 30, which is considered 'old' to start boxing.
Rottweiler tails shouldn't be docked after 5 days old. If you are thinking of docking it after that age, consult a veterinarian.
Tails are normally docked at 2 to 5 days of age without anesthetic being used. At two weeks of age, the puppy would require a veterinarian to surgically amputate it's tail.
No. Some dog's tails are docked (cut) when they are born or at another age. This involves a vet or breeder chopping off the dog's tail. If the tail was cut to a stub on a Rottweiler, your question would be false.
The typical age for a Dog to have it's tail docked is under ten days old. A veterinarian will advise on the best time to dock an individual puppies tail as it may not be strong enough to go through the operation or may be healthy enough to have it's tail docked earlier. This operation is now illegal in the UK unless performed on working puppies.
Depends on the breed of Poodle you have. There are Standard, Miniature, etc. Poodles. You should take your poodle in to your Veterinarian before it is 5 days old to have its tail docked. Your Vet will know the correct length to dock it at. If you have to have it docked after that age, then it will be a regular surgery. Should only be done by a Veterinarian and the Vet will know the correct length.
A Boxers life span is about 8 to 10 years old.