As some of you may know i had a littler of eskies born in october. They are the cutest little things and today the one person that is purchasing a pup for showing and breeding asked if out of the two boys they get to choose from do either of them have rear dew claws. This is something i had never checked on before because i personally do not and have not had any issues with dew claws being present or not. So i checked and niether male had them, nor did two of the girls but this one female does....Thing is she only has one!! Her other foot is normal, which i find strange. She is going as a pet and will be spayed before her first heat so i'm not concerned but i did think it was quite odd.
I have seen that with puppies so yes that can happen. You can either take the puppies to the vet and have them remove the rear dew claws or you can do it. It is not that hard or bad to remove yourself. You should remove them the first 2-3 days of birth if possible. If the puppy is to old now you cant just do it yourself she would have to be taken to the vet and have it done. I would tell the person to wait till they spay her and then have the Dr. Remove it. It is not a big deal - they could leave it. They probably don't want to since it would look a little funny. Yes they do just have one sometimes. That does not make it a problem dog or anything, it just sometimes happens. I guess just next time double check your pups when they are born so it does not happen again. Don't worry your not the first person that has happened to!