Veterinarians Who Don’t Declaw Cats

Saturday 28th May 2016 — This is large list of North American veterinarians who do not declaw cats. It should be comprehensive but I can’t verify that. It looks comprehensive. I have simply and slightly naughtily lifted the list from another website (source at base of page) in the interests of cats and cat lovers.

Please use this list. Please use these vets if at all possible and shun vets who declaw cats. That way we can force them to change their ways.

The vets listed below who don’t declaw make a decent living without unnecessarily mutilating domestic cats. I apologise for some formatting errors in the list. It is too long for me to rectify it. It is still readable. Please telephone the clinic to confirm that they don’t declaw before booking an appointment.

Larkspur Cat Clinic 2915 West Cactus RoadPhoenix, Arizona 85029(602) 548-1899
Adobe Veterinary Center 8300 E Tanque Verde RdTucson, Arizona(520) 546-8387www.adobevetcenter.com/
Dr. Heather Oyan Dreamy Draw Cat Hospital1617 E Bethany Home RdPhoenix, AZ 85016(602) 265-4101
“I am the only veterinarian at Arrow Animal Hospital who does not perform feline declaws.”Dr. Jessica JordanGlendale, AZ
“No declawing allowed!”Kaibab Veterinary ClinicAZ303-513-1071kaibabvet.com

California

Covington Creek Veterinary HospitalFort Bragg, CA(707) 964-6109www.CovingtonVet.com
Dr. Schwartzman 16338 First St.Guernville, CA(707) 869-0688
Carl Singer DVM Noble Veterinary Clinic36 Barnes Ct.Hayward, CA 94544(510) 537-3292www.noblevet.com
Altamont Cat Hospital Livermore, CA(925) 606-0191www.Altamontcats.com
India Sanjuan DVM Adobe Animal Hospital4470 El Camino RealLos Altos CA 94022(650) 948-9661
Veterinary House Calls Madeline Graham, DVMLos Angeles, CA(310) 472-3434
Sheree L Stern, DVM 5853 Melrose Ave.
Stephen R. Blake, DVM San Diego, CA(858) 566-3588www.thepetwhisperer.com
Irving Street Veterinary Hospital 1434 Irving StreetSan Francisco, CA 94122(415) 664-0191http://irvingstvet.com
The Cat Doctor and Friends Dr. Tracy McFarlandDr. Julie A. Musella23120 Lyons Ave. Suite 14Santa Clarita, CA 91321Phone: (661) 259-5288Fax: (661) 254-9672
Dr.YoungDiscovery Valley Veterinary Hospital San Marcos, CA(760) 744-0032www.discoveryvalleyvet.com
Jennifer Conrad, DVM Santa Monica, CA877-PAW-PROJ (877-729-7765)www.pawproject.com
Kenneth Jones, DVM1708 17th Street Santa Monica, CA 90404(310) 477-4400 or (310) 824-2588www.kennethjonesdvm.com
Armaiti May, DVM Dr. May’s Veterinary House CallsWest Los Angeles, CA(310) 614-3530www.veganvet.net
Jim Schulke, DVM 2421 Wilshire BlvdSanta Monica, CA 90403(310) 828-4587
Sonoma Humane Society Santa Rosa, CA(707) 284-1198www.sonomahumane.org
Dr. LupoMalibu, CA 310-457-6453www.malibuvetclinic.com
“My name is Nikki Ruhl and I’m a registered Vet Tech in Templeton, Ca. I had a friend by the name of Dr. David Edsall, come to me and ask me to help him open a new vet hospital in our town. I told him I would not work for a vet hospital that did declawed. I find it to be inhumane and extremely unethical. Dr. Edsall looked at me and said …. “You know what ….. I don’t ever need to do another declawed again in my career …. I hate doing them to begin with”! So we are the first and only vet hospital in SLO County, that I’m aware of, that will not do declawed! : ) And over the moon proud of this fact! Our hospital is called Las Tablas Animal Hospital. And we treat animals with compassion, care and ethical treatment!” – Nikki Ruhl, RVTLas Tablas Animal Hospital959 Las Tablas Road STE A1Templeton, CA 93465805-369-2222http://www.lastablasanimalhospital.com/
Montclair Veterinary Hospital 1961 Mountain Blvd.Oakland, CA 94611(510) 339-8600Fax: (510) 339-3215montclairvethospital.com
Companion Pet Hospital Dr. Brian Maloney4365 Hillcrest Ave.Antioch, CA 94531925-757-2287
South Orange County Animal Hospital 24801 Raton DrLake Forest, CA 92630(949) 313-6331www.socvets.com/See their blog on declawing: www.socvets.com/blog/the-truth-about-declawing-your-cat
Morgan Hill Animal Hospital 16150 Monterey HwyMorgan Hill, CA 95037(408) 763-4254www.morganhillveterinaryhospital.com/
Beth Farhart Rohnert Park, Ca 707-795-6701
“I’m not the owner of the practice. I’m just a cat owner who had trouble finding a non-declawing vet. After visiting a few clinics, I went to the Culver Pet Clinic and they were the first ones that told me they do not declaw. It took me quite some effort to find one in the area, so was hoping that giving their details could make the search easier for future clients. The clinic doesn’t really advertise NOT giving certain services, which I can understand. You could contact them and ask them permission to put them on the site.Culver Pet ClinicIrvine, (Southern) California949.559.8971www.culverpetclinic.com/

Colorado

The Center for Animal WellnessAubrey Lavizzo, DVM; Paw Project-Colorado, State DirectorAndrew Nigro, DVMCourtney Turner, DVM1167 Santa Fe DriveDenver, Co303-534-1875www.TheCenterforAnimalWellness.com
The Cat Doctor1710 South Buckley Road Aurora, CO 80017(303) 696-7901
Laurie Clauss, DVMDouglas Schrepel, DVM Aspen View Veterinary Hospital5925 Constitution AvenueColorado Springs, CO 80915(719) 638-6363www.aspenviewvet.com
Dr. Joni L. Freshman Colorado Springs, CO 80918(719) 210-3918
Holistic Care for Animals Jan Facinelli,DVMBetty Jo Black, DVMAnne Jones, CVT4355 Gray StreetDenver, CO 80212(303) 421-5424
Planned Pethood 4170 Tennyson Denver, CO 80212(303) 433-3291
Adobe Creek Animal Clinic Dr. Donald E. Moore125 North Park SquareFruita, CO 81521(970) 858-7625
CatTails Feline Health Center, P.C.3625 Star Ranch Road Colorado Springs, CO719-575-0007www.cattailsfhc.com
Piney Creek Square Veterinary Clinic Centennial, CO303-693-3133pineycreekvetclinic.com
Dr. Shelley BrownHarmony Veterinary Center 13777 W. 85th DriveArvada, CO 80005303-432-8551www.harmonyvetcenter.com
Redsonte Animal Hospital Littleton, CO 80129303-683-1675
Redstone Animal HospitalDr. Laura Downie DVM 13059 US-85Littleton, CO 80125

Connecticut

Cat Clinic18 Great Plain Rd. Danbury, CT 06810(203) 748-2287www.danburycatclinic.com
Blue Cross Animal Hospital Neil Wolff, DVM530 East Putnam AvenueGreenwich, CT 06830(203) 869-7755
Steve Tobin, DVM Meriden, CT(203) 238-9863
Luibinco Tosici, DVM Milford, CT(203) 882-8311
Fox Memorial Clinic Dr. Kim RioDr. Christine Terninko701B Russell RoadNewington, CT 06111(860) 594-4503
Letrisa M Miller, MS, DVM Connecticut Feline Medicine and SurgeryManchester, CT(860) 432-3600www.CtFeline.com
Dr.Marcie Fallek Holistic Veterinarian248 Alden St Fairfield, Connecticut(203) 254-8642www.facebook.com/holisticveterinarywww.holisticvet.us

Delaware

Laurie Dohmen, DVM, PAT hornfield Farm1841 Bryants Corner RoadHartly, DE 19953(302) 492-8023

District of Columbia

Washington Animal Rescue League Medical Center (Full-service veterinary care for low-income clients) Free spay/neuter for clients living within the DC Beltway (Interstate 495)71 Oglethorpe StreetWashington, DC 20011(202) 726-CARE(2273)

Florida

Eustis Veterinary Hospital Eustis, FL(352) 357-6688www.eustisvet.com
I am opposed to declawing cats. The procedure causes enormous pain, and most people don’t understand what they are asking when they request their cat be declawed. I always insist they visit www.declawing.com first to be totally informed.

It is also important that people consider what might possibly happen in the future if they declaw their cat–one never knows what might happen. A friend’s daughter was traveling down I-10 with her cat when her car turned over. The cat–declawed on all four paws–was lost in the woods of Florida. Luckily there was a happy ending since he was found six weeks later, though he was severely emaciated. I know of another person who had a declawed cat that was turned out a night, stating the cat really liked to go out. This cat ended up being mauled by dogs.


I will never declaw a cat unless there is a medical reason necessitating the declaw.
Dr Sarah SkinnerMobile Veterinary ServicesJacksonville, FL(904) 733-3389www.drsarahskinner.com/

All About Cats Mobile Cat Clinic St. Petersburg, FL(727) 365-6236 
Care Corner Animal Clinic Dr. Henry Batista D.V.M.Miami, FL (305) 556-4080
Dr. Gregory ChristianPrimary Care Cat Clinic200 W Fort Dade AveBrooksville, Fl 34601351-799-2289
Palm View Animal Hospital12120 Miramar Parkway Miramar, FL 33025954-443-4888palmviewanimalhospital.com/
Pet Street Veterinary Care Clinic 299 West Granada Blvd. Ste B.Ormond Beach, FL 32174386-265-4444www.petstreet.us
Dr. Register doesn’t declaw and is comfortable working on declaw repairs.East West Animal Hospital 1524 Land O’ Lakes Blvd Lutz, FL 33549(813) 948-6534www.eastwestanimalhospital.com
America’s Favorite Veterinarian 2015 Dr. Mitsie Vargas Orchid Sprigs Animal Hospital615 Overlook DriveWinter Haven, FL 33884(863) 324-6964osahvets.com

Georgia

Classic City Cat Clinic Dr. James H. Brousse, Jr.530 Hawthorne Avenue Athens, GA 30606(706) 613-7877www.classiccitycatclinic.com
Pet Vet, Inc.Tracy Land, DVM 1271 Canton Highway Cumming, GA 30040(770) 887-1565www.tracylanddvm.com/html/petvet.html
Berkeley Lake Animal Hospital Dr. Wendy Sokol 2900 Peachtree Industrial Blvd.Duluth , GA 30097(770) 476-8411www.berkeleylakeah.com
Stephanie Globerman DVM Paws Whiskers & Claws, LLC The Feline Hospital736 Johnson Ferry Road, Suite A5Marietta, GA 30068(770) 579-6001www.pawswhiskersandclaws.com
The Cat Clinic of Roswell1002 Canton Street Roswell, GA 30075(770) 552-PURR (770-552-7877)www.catclinicofroswell.com
Dr. Cindy Stubbs3550 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Rd, Suite 112 Suwanee, GA 30024(678) 714-1985www.ngvetsc.com
Specializes in cats.M.G. McReynolds Atlanta, GA( 404) 522-1001
North Dekalb Veterinary Clinic2485 Lawrencevile Hwy Decatur, GA 30033(404) 321-7756www.northdekalbvet.com
We are a feline-only clinic located in Atlanta, Georgia and are pleased to announce that we are now a NO DECLAW clinic.Cat Care of ViningsMichael Friedlander, DVM
Jennifer Palmer, DVM
Meghan Maasen, DVM
4691 S. Atlanta Rd SE Ste 200 Atlanta, GA 30339404-792-0700FAX: 404-792-0772www.catcareofvinings.com
I am proud to say that in my 25 years as a veterinarian I have never declawed a cat and never will. I am located in Marietta, Georgia.Dr Lynn BahrMarietta, Georgia678-498-4005

Hawaii

Scott T Harada, DVM Pet Clinic1947 S Beretania Street Honolulu, HI 96826(808) 946-5096

Illinois

Free nail trims for all our feline patients! Animal Hospital of McHenry 4005 W. Kane Ave.McHenry, IL 60050(815) 385-7096www.animalhospitalofmchenry.com
Cat Clinic of Central IllinoisDr. Keri Carlson 2917 W. Springfield Avenue Champaign, IL 61821(217) 359-8400www.catcliniccentralillinois.com
Ravenswood Animal Hospital, Dr. Cindy Olsen Chicago, IL 773-539-PETSwww.ravenswoodvet.com
We made it official that we won’t be performing elective declawing this year. We have been educating our clients about alternatives, including the use of Soft Paws and providing appropriate scratching tools and teaching them to trim the nails at home for many years. We don’t think cats need to lose their claws to remain beloved family members, and our goal is to teach people how to live with their cat’s natural behaviors.The Cat PracticeOak Park IL708-383-5997www.catpracticeoakpark.com

Indiana

I am the owner/veterinarian at Curbside Care Mobile Veterinary Clinic. When I opened my own practice in 2010, I made the decision to NOT offer declaw surgery as a service. When a client asks about declawing a cat, I explain the surgery to them, tell them why I think it is unnecessary and inhumane, and encourage them to consider other options, including training their cat and using Soft Paws. The last time I performed a declaw surgery was in 2008, and I intend to never perform the surgery again. I’m so thankful to own my own practice and finally be able to make my own decisions about what is best for my patients.Erin Zaring, DVMCurbside Care Mobile Veterinary ClinicIndianapolis, IN(317) 771-1952www.curbsidecare.com
We encourage good options for protecting furniture or people from scratches as well as regular nail trimming at home.FACE Low-Cost Spay/Neuter ClinicIndianapolis, IN317-638-3223www.facespayneuter.org
Heal Pet Care, LLCDr. Katy Harris Bloomfield, Indiana 812-227-8169www.healpetcare.com
Dr. Michael Anderson Indiana 219 861 9006
We, at the Cat Care Clinic, are thrilled to join the mounting number of veterinary clinics that have put the health and well-being of cats before furniture and carpet. We believe declawing is to the detriment of all cats and can be managed with simple educational tools. We believe that declawing cats is not necessary and will cause behavior and health problems in most cats. Alternatives are available and DO work. The procedure IS painful but the most serious side effects won’t be noticed until well after the surgical procedure and healing process is complete.Cat Care Clinic of IndianapolisNicole Martell-Moran (DVM,MPH)Indianapolis, IN317.844.2287www.catcareclinic.com
Cat Care Clinic of Indianapolis Jeryce Boucher, DVMIndianapolis, IN 317-844-CATSwww.catcareclinic.com
NO MORE DECLAWING as of November 2014! West Michigan Street Veterinary ClinicDr. Peter Johnson 3811 West Michigan StreetIndianapolis, IN 46222317-757-5077www.MichiganStreetVet.com
SPECIAL NOTE: THIS PRO-CLAW VETERINARIAN WORKS IN A CLINIC WHERE DECLAW SURGERIES ARE PERFORMED BY OTHER VETERINARIANS.Dr. Lindsey CandeyGranger, IN574-277-6533krydervet.com

Iowa

Best Friends Veterinary Care 252 Scott Ct.Iowa City, IA 52245319-341-7111
Fairfield Animal Hospital Fairfield, IA 52556319-341-7111
Vinton Urbana Veterinary HospitalVinton, Iowawww.greatplainsspca.org/veterinary-care/It’s been several years since we’ve quit declawing. We find that clients are very receptive to education and we have far fewer aggressive cats and cats with fewer behavioral problems.

Kansas

Skaer Veterinary ClinicChristen Skaer, DVM 404 South Edgemoor Ave.Wichita, KS 67218(316) 683-4641
Veterinary Care Center 5428 Antioch DriveMerriam, KS 66202(913) 742-7310www.greatplainsspca.org/veterinary-care/

Kentucky

Fegenbush Lane Animal Clinic Roberta L. Meyer, DVM7816 Outer LoopLouisville, KY 40228(502) 239-8530www.drsagrera.com

Louisiana

Natural Pet CareDr. Adriana Sagrera Metairie, LA(504) 834-2023www.drsagrera.com
Southern Animal Foundation New Orleans, LA(504) 671-8235www.southernanimalfoundation.org

Maryland

Frederick Cat Vet 9539 Liberty RoadFrederick, MD 21701(301) 898-4009www.frederickcatvet.com

Maine

Dr. Don McLean Crockett Ridge Road Norway, Maine(207) 743-8346
We have not done declaws since opening! Coastal Cats Feline Health Care, LLCYork,207-351-1600coastalcatsfhc.com
Dr. Katie Erswell Dr. Ann Barksdale Pine Point Animal Hospital12 Pine Point Rd.Scarborough, ME 04074

Massachusetts

Angell Memorial Animal Hospital 30 South Huntington Ave.Boston, MA 02130(617) 522-7282
Dr. Ean WemberDr. Suzanne Ahmad Hancock Animal Hospital 55 Hancock StreetQuincy, MA 02171(617) 773-0008http://www.hancockanimal.com/index.html
East Springfield Veterinary Hospital Springfield, MA (413) 739-6389www.esvhospital.com
We are pro-claws! Boston Veterinary Careat the Animal Rescue League of Boston 10 Chandler St.Boston, MA 02116617-226-5605www.arlboston.org/bvc

Michigan

Tracy Thorpe, DVMThorpe Animal Hospital1678 Mayfield RdLapeer, MI 48446(517) 675-3133www.thorpevet.com
Nancy Bischof, DVM, MPHPerry, MI(517) 675-3133The Cat Project
Paws Mobile Veterinary ServiceKathy VanKoevering, DVMSaline, MI 48176(734) 429-7297Paws Mobile Veterinary Service
Arbor Pointe Vet HospitalCanton, MI734-844-8844www.arborpointe.com/position-statement-on-cat-declaws
Ruey Stocking, DVMRichland, MI(310) 924-2754
“Opening Summer of 2015”Red Barn Cat Clinic, LLC6291 N. 37th St.,Richland, Mi 49083

Minnesota

Nokomis Pet ClinicAmos Deinard, DVM2917 E. 42nd StMinneapolis, MN 55406(612) 767-4546www.nokomispetclinic.com
Central Bird & Animal Hospital13060 Central Avenue NEBlaine, MN 55434Phone: (763) 785-2700Fax: (763) 862-0090www.centralbirdanimal.com
Alta Veterinary2215 W. 54th StreetMinneapolis, MN 55419(612) 285-6550
Cat Care ClinicDr. Susan Swanson, DVM126 Hickory StreetMahtomedi, MN 55115(651) 429-4153www.holisticcatclinic.com
Main Street Veterinary ServiceRonald W. Gaskin, DVM536 E. 1st AvenueShakopee, MN 55379Phone: (952) 445-5222Fax: (952) 496-1755www.msvets.com
Compassionate Care Animal HospitalVeterinarian – Dr. Judith FunkBrooklyn Park, MN 55428Phone: 763-315-4200www.compassionatecareah.com
Animal and Exotic Wellness CenterDr. Jina Andrews19276 Evans Street NWElk River, MN 55330763-633-7387www.animalandexotic.com
Lake Harriet VeterinaryMinneapolis, MN612-822-1545http://lakeharrietvet.com/

Missouri

Non-declaw practice in Missouri
Dir. Paw Project in Missouri 
The Pet DoctorMarcy Hammerle DVM DABVP3046 Winghaven Blvd O’Fallon Mo. 63368636-561-9122www.thepetdoctorinc.com
Great Plains SPCA Independent Campus21001 East 78 HighwayIndependence, MO 64057Adoptions: (816) 783-5104Intake: (816) 783-5103General: (816) 621-7722 (SPCA)

Nevada

Dr. Linda SteelmanBonanza Cat Hospital7550 W. Lake Mead Blvd, Suite 1Las Vegas, NV 89128(702) 438-7000

New Hampshire

Franklin Veterinary ClinicDr. Barry N. Taylor39 Hill Rd.Franklin, NH 03235
Tilton Veterinary HospitalNew Hampshire

New Jersey

Vetco Veterinary Clinic1565 Route 206Tabernacle, NJ 08088(609) 268-9470
“I have been a veterinarian since 1998 and have never declawed a cat!!”Franklinville Animal HospitalLaura Snyder, VMD2205 Delsea Drive Suite 1Franklinville, NJ 08322856-422-0144

New Mexico

Tramway Animal Medical Center, Ltd.Craig J. Mabray, DVM417 Tramway Blvd. NEAlbuquerque, NM 87123(505) 275-9575
“We’d like to be listed on your site as a practice that does not endorse or perform declaw procedures.”Animal ClinicDr. Philip HinkoSanta Fe, NM(505) 281-4655theanimalclinicsantafe.com

New York

“We are strictly a house call practice and do not have an office for medication and sample drop-off/pick-up. Requested lab samples are always delivered and picked up from your home free of charge. We generally serve Kingston and the Rondout Valley of Ulster County, and are still accepting new clients in Kingston, Stone Ridge, Accord, Olivebridge, Rosendale, High Falls, Rifton, Tillson, and New Paltz areas of New York.”Ethical Veterinary House CallsEileen Jefferson, DVMWoodstock, NY(845) 707-3148(845) 853-1533www.ethicalveterinary.com
Melissa Wolf, DVM3020 Niagra Falls Blvd.Amherst, NY 14228(716) 694-9191
Dr. Suzanne Smith, DVMDr. Lisa M. Weaver, DVMSPEAK Animal Hospital, PC351 Flint RoadBinghamton, NY 13905(607) 729-7368
Sara Winikoff, DVMRockland Holistic Veterinary Care626 Route 303Blauvelt, NY 10913Phone: (845) 348-7729Fax: (845) 348-0673rocklandholisticvet.com
Hope Veterinary Clinic390 Atlantic AvenueBrooklyn, NY 11217(718) 852-4219m.vcahospitals.com/hopewww.hopevet.com
The Vet At The Barn790 Chestnut Ridge RoadChestnut Ridge, NY 10977(845) 356-3838Fax: (845) 356-4307www.vetatthebarn.com
Dr. Ted WeinerGotham Animal ClinicNew York, NY(212) 777-2670
Dr Marty GoldsteinSmith Ridge Veterinary Center600 Oakridge Commons PlazaSouth Salem, New York 10590914-533-6066
Animal Hospital of the RockawaysDr. Susan WhittredFive doctor practice114-10 Beach Channel DriveRockaway Park, NY 11694718-474-0500www.animalhospitaloftherockaways.com
Smith Ridge Veterinary Center600 Oakridge Commons PlazaSouth Salem, New York 10590914-533-6066www.smithridge.com/index.html
“Hi, my name is Dr. Hess and I am the owner of the Glendale Veterinary Clinic. I have always opposed declawing and I am proud to say I have never done it and never will. It’s an unnecessary mutilation.”Glendale Veterinary ClinicGlendale, NY347-599-1335www.glendalevetclinic.com
Worth Street Veterinary Care77 Worth Street 1st FloorNew York212-257-6900worthstreetvet.com
Animal Hospital of the RockawaysPaw Project New York114-10 Beach Channel DrRockaway Park, NY 11694(718) 474-0500
The Cat Practice145 W 24th Street Floor 3New York, NY 10011212-677-1401Fax: 212-677-2088www.thecatpractice.com
Four Paws Holistic Veterinary Hospital6 John StreetWest Hurley, New York 12491845-679-9445Fax: 845-679-4925fourpawsvet.com
Hope Animal Hospital390 Atlantic Ave.Brooklyn, NY(718) 889-0514
Hope Veterinary Clinic390 Atlantic AvenueBoerum HillBrooklyn, NY 11217
Nickel City Animal Hospital473 Niagara St.Buffalo NY 14201716-847-1000nickelcityvets.com/veterinary-clinic-hours.html

North Carolina

Dr. Margaret HermannShallowford Animal Hospital6782 Shallowford RoadLewisville, NC 27023(336) 945-4412
Ard-Vista Animal HospitalJeni Geisler, DVM and husband Ray Morrison, DVMMatthew Gessner and Brian LeFevre527 S. Stratford Rd.Winston-Salem, NC 27103336.765.3070ardvistavet.com
Cat Care Clinic of AshevilleKarel Carnohan, DVMAsheville, NC
Canton Animal Hospital74 Radio HillCanton, NC 278716828-648-7800

North Dakota

“We recently chose to ban declawing at our clinic. Yay for cats!”Turtle Mountain Veterinary ServiceBottineau, NDturtlemountainvet.com

Ohio

We never declaw and never will. All of our doctors are against declawing and committed to educating the public on the medical repercussions of declawing. We are huge advocates of Soft Paws and offer free appointments to clients to apply Soft Paws. We are dedicated to ending the practice of declawing.Health & Harmony Animal Hospital1117 West 1st AvenueColumbus, OH 43212-3601(614) 360-3941Face BookTwitterwww.healthandharmonyanimalhospital.com
Dr. Doris Lawrence, DVMCat Calls, LLCHouse Calls for CatsP.O.Box 68046Cincinnati, OH 45206Phone: (513) 600-8191Fax: (513) 321-2357
Dr Sue’s Animal Clinic, LLC4403 W Franklin St.Bellbrook, OH 45305(937) 848-9090
“Hello! We are a premium, concierge veterinary practice. Neither of our doctors perform declaws, and we refer our feline spays and neuters to the only other practice in Columbus who refuses to declaw as well (Health & Harmony). Not only do we discuss scratching behavior, surfaces and training techniques, we do free feline nail trims and apply soft paws for free during visits.”City Paws Home HealthColumbus, OH614-636-1818www.citypawshomehealth.com
One of a Kind Pets in Akron OhioColumbus, OHwww.oneofakindpets.com
Tri County Animal HospitalDianna Funk, DVM22285 StreetRoute 62 EAlliance, OH 44601330-821-0397tri-countyanimalhospital.com/homepage.pml
“I am the only doctor at the 4 doctor practice that does not declaw. I welcome discussions with owners about alternatives to declawing as well as options for long term pain control for cats who have been declawed.”Amy Cummings, DVMNorton, Ohiocreeksideanimalclinic.net/

Oklahoma

Kindness Animal HospitalTulsa, OK918-970-4300kindnessoftulsa.com
Our goal is to provide high quality medicine in a compassionate, cat-friendly environment. We pay attention to the smallest details to enhance your cat’s safety and comfort. You and your cat will have a quiet and comfortable experience from the moment you walk in. No barking dogs means a less stressful environment for your cat. Our exam tables and kennels are non-stainless steel to reduce noise and increase patient comfort. We use non-skid mats and towels for our elderly patients and others with mobility issues that may cause them to slip on the table.

We believe in considering the needs of the client and the cat when developing a care plan. We offer therapeutic laser treatments for conditions such as arthritis, chronic pain, wound healing, and many other conditions. Alternative medicine options such as acupuncture and supplements are available. We perform in-house bloodwork, urinalysis, and ultrasound, and all ultrasounds are sent to a board certified specialist for interpretation.

We follow American Association of Feline Practitioners guidelines for vaccinations and deworming, and use only Merial PureVax vaccines, which greatly reduce the risk of vaccine reactions and injection site cancers.

Dr. Edwards is an Oklahoma native and graduate of Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She spent her first six years of practice in Colorado and Florida, and brought three feral cats from Florida to live with her in Oklahoma. She has special interests in geriatric medicine and pain management.

The Cat Hospital of NormanNornan, OK(405) 307-8606https://www.facebook.com/catclinicofnorman?ref=hl

Oregon

Cat Care LimitedAnn G. Sansell, DVM1400 Willamette StreetEugene, OR 97402(541) 302-5824
Cat Care ProfessionalsTheresa Cromwell, DVMKris Ellingsen, DVMLake Oswego, OR(503) 968-6000www.MyCatsVet.com
Hawthorne Veterinary Clinic1431 SE 23rd AvePortland, OR 97214(503) 233-2332www.hawthornevet.com
City Pets Vet3521 SE Division StreetPortland, OR 97202503-206-4163www.citipetsvet.net
“Education is very important for the health and wellbeing of every cat.”The Cat’s Meow Cat ClinicOregon City, Oregon(503) 518-6369thecatsmeowcatclinicoc.com
The Colorado Cat Clinic655 NW York DriveBend, Oregon 97701541-318-9879coloradocatclinic.com
Oswego Veterinary Hospital500 SW Third St.Lake Oswego, OR 97034503-636-3001

Pennsylvania

Mountain MobileVetDr. Renee CalvertCentral Pennsylvania (this is a mobile service)(814) 867-9987www.mountainvet.com
Susan Folmer-Brown, DVMHershire Animal Hospital406 Middletown RoadHummelstown, PA 17036(717) 566-3703
We do not declaw.Ani-Care Animal HospitalDallastown, PA
“Will NEVER declaw any cat or kitten. We are firmly against the clinic and hope one day our state will join the others in outlawing the practice all together!”Laura M. Holland, VMDCircle of Life Veterinary Clinic920 Town CenterNew Britain PA 18901215-348-1037www.circleoflifevmd@gmail.com
“You normally leave a message and they will call back- since they are only open 2 days a week they are always super over booked and busy because they have affordable prices and willing to help those in need with emergencies – I first hand had an emergency with a foster of mine and they saw him asap at the end of their day instead of sending me to a Pricey ER Dr. Becky Morrow is the Vet, President and Medical Director. (And she is AWESOME) They accept check or cash- or payment through paypal- no credit cards. But they do sometimes work out payment plans with their customers. They are a low cost clinic open 2 days a week, (Tues and Thurs). They do a lot of TNR and have a mobile unit. But they have full vet services. They are 100% against declawing.”Frankie Friends Cat Rescue421 9th StNew Kensington, PA (Near the city of Pittsburgh)724-889-7011www.facebook.com/FrankiesFriendsCatRescue

Rhode Island

CAWS Veterinary HospitalWest Warwick, RI401-615-2200

South Carolina

Clinton Animal HospitalDr. Jennifer Dixon404 Willard RoadClinton, SC 29325(864) 833-2487

Tennessee

Cat Clinic of ChattanoogaMike310 Cherokee Blvd.Chattanooga, TN 37405(423) 752-0737www.ChattCatVet.com
“Hello, my name is Dr. Caron Baugher and I am a Veterinarian. I own The Cats On Commerce in Clarksville, TN and I do not perform declaw surgeries. New kitten/cat owners are provided with written information and web resources regarding the appropriate methods of training kitties to use scratching posts. We also offer complimentary nail trims with every physical exam, surgery, dental cleaning and boarding visit, as well as the option to have soft paws applied to claws.”The Cats on Commerce, Caron Baugher, DVMClarksville, TN931-29CAT29 (931-292-2829)www.thecatsoncommerce.com
Wally’s Friends Spay/Neuter ClinicChattanooga, TN423-877-9966www.wallysfriends.com
Tri County Veterinary HospitalBluff City, TN 37618(423) 391-0303www.tri-countyvet.com
Pet Community Center943-B Dr. Richard G. Adams DrNashville, TN 37207615-512-5001www.petcommunitycenter.org
Smith County Animal ClinicDr. Lindsey Dixon104 Ervin Dr.Carthage, TN615-735-3330

Texas

The hospital will declaw but strongly discourages it by making the procedure very expensive. Dr. Tate O’Gan, an associate at the clinic, will not declaw for any reasons.
SPECIAL NOTE: THIS PRO-CLAW VETERINARIAN WORKS IN A CLINIC WHERE DECLAW SURGERIES ARE PERFORMED BY OTHER VETERINARIANS.
Alamo Dog and Cat HospitalSan Antonio, TX(210) 922-1231www.AlamoDogandCat.com
Lake Austin Blvd. Animal Hospital2301 Lake Austin Blvd.Austin, TX 78703(512) 474-8888
Cat Hospital of DallasRaina Weldon, DVM9780 LBJ Freeway, Suite 105Dallas, TX 75243(214) 348-2463
“We remain solidly opposed to ‘routine’ onychectomy”The Cat Veterinary Clinic3122 White Oak DriveHouston, TX 77007(713) 523-5171www.catvetclinic.com
At Central Texas Cat Hospital, Dr. Smith, Johnson and Reynolds fully support cats keeping their claws. As the 2013 president of the AAFP (American Association of Feline Practitioners), Dr. Smith strongly encourages other veterinarians to become feline advocates and educate their clients about declawing and what that truly entails. Central Texas Cat Hospital is a Gold Standard Cat Friendly Practice as designated by the AAFP. The hospital is also feral friendly.Central Texas Cat HospitalDr. R. Brenton Smith2111 Sam Bass Rd., Suite A700Round Rock, TX 78681(512) 388-1299www.centraltexascathospital.com
My cats have been patients at this clinic for years. The following clinic does NOT perform declaws of cats.Affordable Pet Care Ingram Park6603 Ingram RoadSan Antonio, Texas, 78238210-680-1800ipahvets.com/

Utah

Dr. Kirsten Doub is the owner and head veterinarian at this progressive upscale hospital which serves Midvale, Cottonwood Heights, Murray, and Sandy, Utah. Union Park Veterinary Hospital is an upscale veterinary hospital where we will treat YOUR pet like part of OUR family!Union Park Veterinary HospitalKirsten Doub, DVM Utah State Director of The Paw Project6757 S. 1300 E.Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121385-414-2188unionparkvethospital.com
Cache Humane Society Logan, UT435-792-3920www.cachehumane.org
Lind Kopecko West Bountiful, UT435-792-3920

Virginia

NOVA Cat Clinic923 N. Kenmore StreetArlington, VA 22201703-525-1955novacatclinic.com
Veterinary Holistic & Rehabilitation Center(Primarily a referral-based facility offering complimentary therapies)Kim Danoff, DVM360 Maple Avenue West, Suites A and BVienna, VA 22180(703) 938-2563www.vetrehab.org
Lori BlakensipHolistic Veterinary Service14041 Highland Hunter TrlRixeyville, VA(540) 937-6683
Just Cats ClinicReston VA 20190703-520-2702www.justcatsclinic.com
Animals First14041 Highland Hunter TrailRixleyville, VA 22737540-937-6683www.animalsfirstvet.com
Companion Animal Clinic14760 Lee HighwayGainsesville, VA 20155companionanimalclinicva.com
Village Veterinary Clinic278A Broadview AvenueWarrenton, Virginia 20186-2302(540) 347-661villagevetva.com
I am a veterinarian who refuses to declaw cats.Nicole Amon, DVMVirginia703-340-6588

Washington

All Whidbey Pet Hospital and SuppliesDonna DeBonis, DVMCoupeville, WA(360) 678-0888www.allwhidbeypet.com
Douglas R. Yearout, DVM9004 Vernon RoadEverett, WA 98205(425) 334-8171
“no cat will EVER be declawed here — ever”The Cat Doctor Veterinary CenterCraig Tebeau, DVMNettie Tebeau, DVMRosie Battaglia, DVMFederal Way, WA(253) 874-2012www.catdoctorseattle.com
Ocean Shores Animal HospitalOcean Shores, WA(360) 289-2030www.oceanshoresvet.com
The Animal Healing Center8015 165th Avenue NERedmond, WA 98052(425) 885-5400FAX: 425-869-2304
Four Paws Veterinary Center LLC.5200 Wilson Ave SSeattle, WA 98118(206) 760-5200FAX: (206) 760-5201fourpawsvetcenter.com/contact.htm
Aurora Veterinary Hospital8821 Aurora Ave NSeattle, Washington(206) 525-6666www.auroraveterinaryhospital.com
City Cat Mobile VetDr. Aimee Castor207 Harvard Ave ESeattle, Washington(206) 755-9257citycatmobilevet.com
Feline Medical Clinic5801 NE 105th AveVancouver, WA 98662360-892-0224www.felinemedicalclinic.com/homepage.pml
Dr. Brad EvergreenEvergreen Holistic Vetry Care14711 Fryelands Blvd SeMonroe, WA 98272(360) 794-8387www.evergreenholisticvet.com
All About Cats Veterinary Hospital6501 132nd Ave. NEKirkland, WA 98033www.WeAreAllAboutCats.com
The Family Pet6005 15th Ave. NWSeattle, WA

West Virginia

The Family Pet PracticeJody L. Oelschlager, DVM2203 First StreetMoundsville, WV 26041(304) 845-2800

Wisconsin

Silver Spring Animal Wellness CenterGlendale, WI(414)228-7655www.silverspringanimalwellness.com
Sparta Small Animal Hospital1701 W. Wisconsin St.Sparta, WI 54656608-269-8234spartavetclinic.vetstreet.com
“We announced today that our clinic will be declaw free!” Lisa Stempniewski, CVT, Office ManagerThe Cat DoctorMilwaukee, WI414-272-2287catdoctor98.com

Alberta

Marda Loop Veterinary Centre4016 16 St SW, Calgary, AB T2T 4H4(403) 243-8873
Performs surgeries on shelter animals prior to going up for adoption. Also, subsidized spay/neuter for dogs and cats from low income homes (PALS program).Edmonton Humane Society Spay and Neuter ClinicEdmonton, Alberta, Canada780-471-1774www.edmontonhumanesociety.com
Edmonton Holisitc Vet8215 – 102 Street in Edmonton Alberta780-436-4944www.edmonton-veterinary.com/
Hey there. I run an animal rescue in Edmonton, Alberta and thought I would ad a couple clinics we work with that will not declaw. They fall under Prime Vet Corporation and consist of:Edmonton South Animal Hospital3823 99 StreetNW Edmonton, AB780-989-5595www.edmontonanimalhospital.comMercy Animal Hospital15825 97 StreetNW Edmonton, AB780-406-1400www.mercyanimalvet.comOxford Animal Hospital15154 127 StreetNW Edmonton, AB780-705-2131www.oxfordanimalvet.com
Trail Pet Hospital8103803 Calgary Trail NWEdmonton, Alberta780-431-0140www.calgarytrailpet.com

British Columbia

I have been practicing Veterinary medicine since 1997 and have never declawed a cat.Village Vet House CallsDelta, British Columbia, Canadawww.villagevet.ca
We have never declawed felines at All About Cats. We try to educate clients on ways to help decrease destructive behaviour and many things do help, but bottom line some cats scratch the wrong things no matter what you do, but we love them even if we do have some distressed details in our furnishings! They are family. We put up with way more from other family members..right?All About Cats Veterinary ClinicNorth Vancouver B.C, Canada
Cats Only Veterinary Clinic does not perform declaw surgeries.Cats Only Veterinary ClinicVancouver, British Columbia, Canada604-734-2287www.catsonlyvet.ca
We are here to help you with tips and guidelines for taking the best care possible of your beloved family member. This includes products and training to promote positive scratching habits.Lifetime Pet Care Practice12101 72nd AvenueSurrey, BC, Canada604-594-7387lifetimepetcare.ca

Manitoba

Brandon Animal ClinicBrandon, Manitoba Canada204-728-9140www.brandonanimalclinic.ca

New Brunswick

Dr. M. DrostFlorenceville Veterinary Clinic55 Allison RoadRiverbank, N.B. E7L 4j7
Hospital Veterinaire de Shippagan264 Boulevard j. D. Gauthier/span>Shippegan, New Brunswick506-336-4200www.veterinaireshippagan.ca

Nova Scotia

Hugh Chisholm, DVMAtlantic Cat Hospital Ltd6112 Quinpool RoadHalifax, NS, B3L 1A3Phone: (902) 423-7877Fax: (902) 423-2529www.atlanticcathospital.ca

Ontario

Dr. Jennifer HopperLondon North Animal HospitalLondon, Ontario(519) 601-8387King Animal ClinicLondon, Ontario(519) 434-4287
J. Martin, BSc, DVMBarrie Veterinary HospitalBarrie, Ontario(705) 728-4545
Dr. Larry YelenPine Valley Animal Clinic151 Pine Valley Blvd., Unit 4London, Ontario N6K 3T6(519) 649-2375pinevalleyanimal.ca
Last declaw procedure was done February 26, 2013. We also do not debark dogs, crop ears or dock tails. We are accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and have achieved Gold Level Cat Friendly certification with the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP). Because we care about Planet Earth as much as we care about its inhabitants, this Park is GREEN all year! See our website for more details.Park Animal Hospital1958 Burnhamthorpe Rd E, L4X 2S8Mississauga, Ontario, Canadaalexandra@parkanimalhospital.ca905-625-5222parkanimalhospital.ca
Port Hope Veterinary HospitalPort Hope, Ontariowww.porthopeveterinaryhospital.com
Dr. PJ Rocheleau, DVMEspanola Animal HospitalEspanola, Ontario, Canada(705) 869-0090www.espanolavet.ca
Belmont Veterinary ServicesDr. Lynn LamBelmont, Ontario519-644-1210belmontvetservices.ca
We are a feline only practice employing one of only 5 Canadian board certified feline practitioners with the ABVP. We also represent the Ontario Directorship for the Paw Project. We do not offer declaw services, but provide counselling and supportive options for clients to work with their cats to target scratching behaviours to desirable objects in the home. Our board certified practitioner also offers declaw repair referrals and surgical repair of damage caused by declaw surgery.Charing Cross Cat Clinic138 Charing Cross StBrantford, Ontario, Canada519-770-4228charingcrosscatclinic.com
We hope to be an industry leader in our area. We are passionate about our feline patients and only want what is best for them.Baker Animal ClinicWhitby, Ontario, Canada905-571-3700www.bakeranimalclinic.com
I changed my perspective and no longer do declaw procedures as of January 2015. You can visit my blog where I discussed this decision and experience.Kingston Veterinary ClinicDr. Ryan LlerraKingston, Ontariodrryanllera.com/2015/01/29/declawing-cats-why-im-stopping/
Holland Street Veterinary ServicesBradford, Ontario(905)775-4787www.hollandstreetvet.com
As of April 20, 2015, no further declaw surgeries are being done at Blue Cross Animal Hospital Toronto. As times change, and as we learn more about pet health and behaviour, it is clearly important that we adjust our practices to always provide the best possible care for your pets. Over the years, Blue Cross Animal Hospital has stopped cropping dog ears, or docking puppy tails, believing these to be unnecessary and painful procedures. In keeping with current research, we have adjusted our vaccination protocols to avoid unnecessary vaccines and made changes to our spay and neuter age recommendations for several breeds. And now it’s time to stop de-clawing cats.You can read more about our decision, as well as tips to keep your cat’s claws from being a problem on our blog.Blue Cross Animal HospitalToronto, Ontariowww.bluecrossanimalhospital.ca
We are proud to say that we stopped offering declaw procedures as of June 2012 but are happy to discuss non surgical options with our clients.Dundas West Animal HospitalToronto, Ontario, Canada416-535-8387www.dundaswestvets.com
Our hospital has not performed declawing since 2010. Putting our patients first we firmly believe declawing is outrageous procedure being performed by a profession that is meant to be dedicated to the care and wellbeing of animals.North Oakville Animal HospitalDr. Sarah MachellOakville, Ontario905-267-3700Info@oakvilleanimalhospital.comwww.northoakvilleanimalhospital.com
The Cat Clinic and Village Cat Clinic are sister clinics owned by the same person. They have stopped declawing as of June 2015.Cat Clinic391 Concession StHamilton, Ontario, Canada L9A 1B8(905) 387-4151www.thecatclinic.ca
The Cat Clinic and Village Cat Clinic are sister clinics owned by the same person. They have stopped declawing as of June 2015.Village Cat Clinic356 Wilson St EastAncaster, Ontario, Canada L9G 2C2(905) 304-7877www.villagecatclinic.ca
“I do not provide declawing at my hospital.”Dr. Nicole BaranSudbury Regional Cat HospitalSudbury, Ontario, Canada(705) 586-0414www.sudburyregionalcathospital.com
Bloorcourt Veterinary Clinic1079 Bloor StreetWest Toronto, Ontario416-537-9677www.bloorcourtvetclinic.ca
“Putting our patient’s best interest and welfare first is what we do.”Dr. Suzanne Lyons2387 Bloor St. WestToronto, Ontario M6S 1P6(416) 767-5817blooranimalhospital.ca
Toronto Cat RescueP.O. Box 41175Rockwood Postal OutletMississauga, Ontario(416) 538-8592torontocatrescue.ca/
Midtown Animal HospitalCobourg, Ontario

Prince Edward Island

New Perth Animal HospitalDr. David & Dr. Claudia Lister3188 Georgetown Road, Rte. #3New Perth, PEI C0A 1G0(902) 838-1800FAX: (902) 838-4282www.newperthanimalhospital.com/

Quebec

Clinique vétérinaire de la Promenade Inc1567, rue Fleury estMontreal, Quebec(514) 383-2345www.monveterinaire.ca
“We are a proud all feline clinic who refuse to declaw.”La Clinique Veterinaire des Chats/Dr. S. SpoonerPointe Claire, Quebecwww.catvet.ca
“This clinic does not do any declawing or tenectomie.”Clinique vétérinaire Plateau Mont-RoyalQc, Montreal514.842.5490www.vetplateau.com/contactez-nous/
“I am so proud that my entire team of colleagues at Pierrefonds Animal Hospital has vowed to cease elective declaws in cats! Thanks for sharing our great news!”Dr Anita CuisinierPierrefonds Animal Hospital15723 Pierrefonds BlvdPierrefonds, Quebec H9H 3X6(514) 626 9890hvdp.qc.ca

Saskatchewan

Arlington Animal HospitalDr. Sandra Neumann3010 B Arlington AvenueSaskatoon, SK S7J2J9(306) 955-8387
Lakewood Animal HospitalRegina, SK306-545-6487lakewoodanimalhospital.ca

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