Declawing a Balinese is a major surgery known as onychectomy, performed under anesthesia, which eliminates the claw of each finger (from the first knuckle out) of the Balinese’s paws. There is always a miniscule chance of death in the procedure, and a declawed Balinese may have an increased risk of infection and long-term discomfort in his paws. This procedure is not appropriate for an adult Balinese and is considered an act of animal cruelty in some regions (shown below).
Have you considered obtaining a necklace for your Balinese? Continue reading and you’ll learn some of the psychological benefits of Balinese necklaces and also the bump in style your Balinese will get.
Alternative Veterinary Medicine is considered the practice that considers and analyzes a multitude of studies affecting the health and wellness of your Balinese.
Balineses are predators. Never forget that when you’re trying to decide what food you should serve to your new Balinese. If you stray from her natural diet, the Balinese will become a picky eater. If you’re giving your her food that is not meat or formulated from meat products, you can have a hard time getting your new Balinese to eat.
How to serve to the Balinese?
Keep in mind Balineses share much of their dna with the fiercest of cats — tigers, lions,and cougars, etc. — so keep that in mind while feeding the Balinese. You won’t ever see a mature tiger on Animal Planet drinking milk, eating an apple, or chewing grass in his natural habitat.