At their age, everything is fair game! I remember that, at that age, Tango chewed the flat end of my spatula!
We didn't remove our beagles' dew claws. But, we didn't hunt them, either. If we had, we may have. Then, they'd be running pell-mell through brambles, over logs, etc.
Essentially, you have to ask yourself how you feel about it. Removing them now removes all chances of a possible problem later on. It's peace of mind.
On the other hand, she will probably never experience a problem with them, and there's an expense involved.
Mostly it comes down to peace of mind, I think. If you are concerned about it, you may want to go the route of removing them.
The other consideration is maintenance. You'll want the nails cut on a regular basis, but you will also have to do the others regularly, too. The dew claws have to be watched for faster growth, though.
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