Declawing the Chartreux is an intense procedure known as onychectomy, performed with anesthesia, which removes the claw of each finger (from the first knuckle out) of the Chartreux’s forepaws. There’s a remote possibility of a fatality in the surgery, and a declawed Chartreux might experience a slight risk of infection and perpetual pain in her paws. This procedure is not advised for a full-grown Chartreux and is labeled an act of animal cruelty in some regions (as below).
Have you pondered buying a necklace for your Chartreux? Continue reading and you’ll read about some of the psychological benefits of Chartreux necklaces and also the upgrade in style your Chartreux will get.
Alternative Veterinary Medicine is considered a field that considers and analyzes myriad topics influencing thewellness and health of your Chartreux.
Chartreuxs eat meat and meat only. Never forget that when you’re trying to decide how to feed your Chartreux. If you don’t adhere to the natural diet, the Chartreux may become a picky eater. You may have a hard time getting the Chartreux to eat if you’re giving him non-meat based foods like fruits, vegetables, dairy, nuts, seeds, etc.
What should Chartreuxs eat?
You must always keep in mind Chartreuxs share a recent common ancestor with the biggest of felines — pumas, tigers and lions — so keep that in mind as you’re feeding your Chartreux. Never will you witness a mature puma on National Geographic drinking milk, eating an apple, or chewing grass in his natural habitat.