Dew Claw Removal

Many years ago, we made the decision not to remove dew claws. It is a procedure that is done when the pups are a few days old. After careful consideration, and conversations with our vets, we came to the conclusion that the potential risk of a problem with a dew claw later in life is so negligible that it doesn’t warrant the painful procedure. Some of our Bernedoodles don’t have any dew claws, and it is possible for Mountain Dogs to have a double rear dew claw. Your Montana Berners pup will come home with all the toes they were born with. If you choose to have them removed, it can be done easily enough while your dog is under general anesthesia during their spay/neuter procedure.