How to dock a litter of cocker spaniel puppies

How to dock a litter of cocker spaniel puppies

I had the job of cutting the tails off a litter of puppies, and the only reason I did this was because I wanted to know how to do it myself, as I guess I should know all I can about my dogs, and I knew a vet I was going to do this, and they charge money for this, and I wanted to know how to do it myself.

Well luckily for me, I know a lady who raises dogs, and she has a 1 hour show on Animal Planet, and she’s been breeding and raising dogs for years, and luckily for me, I know her!

Now, I don’t recommend it to newbies or people who can’t handle it. In some countries, it is illegal to dock a dog’s tail. In some countries, like the United States, they still do and recommend it, because the Cocker Spaniel Dog’s tail gets bushy, picks up all sorts of things, and turns into a big mess pretty quickly. This is the main reason why the queues are docked.

There are different ways to cut the tails of dogs. One way is with a band, which you put on the puppies’ tail, and it will eventually cause the tail to fall off. Some vets will tell you different times to dock their tail, if you ask 5 different vets you may get several different time frames. Typically 2-3 days is normal, but you should always check with your vet first and let him know what you are doing.

When we did that, we also removed the extra claws that dogs have, which they don’t use, and you don’t want them to get tangled in anything while playing or jumping.

Some of the items we needed to attach the tails would be sterile scissors, a soldering iron, or a soldering iron, one with a small tip that turns red hot. Some rubbing alcohol, cotton swabs, and fresh, clean towels.

She taught me that you put a tight rubber band on puppies’ tails, and the reason you want to do it early in life is that they can’t feel it, at least that’s what people say, and when I did, it’s like anything, they realize it, but they don’t freak out about it.

After cutting the tail in the right place, you can ask your vet or look it up online. I remember when I took my litter of puppies to the vet a long time ago, he didn’t seem to know much about tail docking, and he asked me where he should do tail docking, luckily he already knew, and the vet is there.

After cutting the tails, I would take the heating iron and place it right where you just cut it, this sounds like the brutal part, but it is necessary so that the puppy does not bleed. Just for a second, it hardens the fresh cut, and the iron will burn it off and make it no longer bleed. I would use rubbing alcohol to sterilize everything and clean the puppies’ tails.

My friend who breeds dogs taught me how to do the tails myself, and she was very experienced, and she does all the dog shows, she loves to show her dogs and she had a TV show about it that I saw. The second time I made a litter of puppies, I asked my 18-year-old to help me do it. He helped me do them, then when he finished, he told me that he never wanted to do it again, he felt like he was going to pass out, he told me, and it’s not for everyone, for sure.

They were the only 2 litters of puppies that I made myself, and I went back to have the vet do them, and even for that, check, I found a different vet who had a lot more experience, and he charged about half what the first vet did. was charging. I wanted the experience of doing it myself, because I just needed to know.

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