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Feb 12, 2021 ... Alternatives to Declawing · 1. Training · 2. Offer Scratching Posts · 3. Pheromone Diffusers · 4. Safeguard Surfaces · 5. Vinyl...

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Alternatives to declawing cats · Behavioral Training: · Soft Claws: · Frequent Nail Trimming: · Toys/Scratching Post: · Synthetic facial pheromo...

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Scratching Post - If you haven't yet tried scratching posts and toys, this is always a good starting point rather than jumping straight to declawing. Some cats will love  ...

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Jun 4, 2020 ... Alternatives to declawing cats · Behavioral Training: · Soft Claws: · Frequent Nail Trimming: · Toys/Scratching Post: · Syntheti...

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Alternatives-to-Declawing. Scratching is a normal behavior of cats. Scratching allows cats to exercise, mark territory, condition the claws, stretch, and defend ...

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What alternatives do cat owners have instead of declawing? · Train the cat to use a scratching post. · Double stick tape can be placed on furniture to help deter&nbs...

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Feb 26, 2021 ... Some people consider declawing as a fairly drastic measure—sort of like cutting someone's fingers off . . . Next, we'll consider some alternatives .....

www.aztecanimalclinic.com/resources/pet-care-library/feline/surgical-declawing-and-the-alternatives

Cats, in contrast to their owners, do not necessarily make a distinction between the new couch, the scratching post, or the wood frames around the doors.

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Are there alternatives to declawing? Yes. Is declawing the best option for you and your cat? Read the following and make your own decision. Declawing a cat ...

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Entice your cat. The old phrase that you get more flies with honey than vinegar still holds true. Entice your cat to love his new scratching areas by feeding him ...