Declawing the Burmese is a major operation called a onychectomy, performed under anesthesia, which removes the claw of each toe (from the first knuckle out) of the Burmese’s forepaws. There’s a slight possibility of death in the operation, and a declawed Burmese might have a slight risk of infection and perpetual displeasure in her paws. This operation is not suitable for a full-grown Burmese and is referred to as an act of animal cruelty in some places (as below).
Are you contemplating getting a necklace for your Burmese? Keep reading and you’ll learn some of the psychological benefits of Burmese necklaces and also the upgrade in style you give to your Burmese.
Alternative Veterinary Medicine is regarded as a field of study that considers and evaluates many different studies concerning the health and wellness of your Burmese.
Burmeses love meat. Never forget that when you’re trying to decide what food you should serve to your new Burmese. That might be the reason your Burmese seems like a picky eater. If you’re giving your him food that is not meat or formulated from meat products, you can have trouble getting your new Burmese to eat.
What food you should give to your Burmese.
Remember Burmeses share recent ancestry with the largest of felines — leopards, tigers and lions — so take that to heart when feeding your Burmese. You will not see a full grown panther on Animal Planet drinking milk, chewing grass, or eating an apple in his natural habitat.