Depends on the quality and focus of breeders essentially IMO.
Rear due claws may pose a problem, if so from a rescue point of view they are removed during routine vet work and while already under.
The bubs are straight forward essentially, it can be more complicated for some adults depending on the level of attachment and proffesional advice should be sought.
Front dew claws are left alone, though the nail should remain well maintained along with others. I have seen front and rear dew claws not only meeting in a circle but also spiraling into the leg.
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