VetCor has 427 practices in 33 states.
Why is the standard of care in VetCor practices so different when it comes to declawing?
Some VetCor practices do not perform declawing. They say declawing is not the standard of care, it is a very invasive procedure, it can cause lasting injury to cats.
Vetcor’s website says, “We are motivated to help our practices find and hire passionate people by empowering them to do the right thing for their patients.”
Is declawing ever the right thing for a cat?
Here are the veterinary organizations that did the right thing and banned declawing.
NVA’s Mission is To Improve The Comfort & Well-Being Of Animals. Why Are Many NVA Practices Declawing Cats?
April 2021 National Veterinary Associates (NVA) is the largest private owner of freestanding veterinary hospitals in the United States. They have over 1000 vet practices and pet resorts. NVA says this on their facebook page. “Our mission is to improve the comfort and well-being of animals by providing progressive and compassionate care.” Many NVA […]
Why is the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) still allowing declawing in their standard of excellence animal hospitals?
A spay and neuter center that also declaws cats. The Spay and Neuter Center of Southern Nevada.
Story published on Feb 28, 2021. Is Dr Lori (Lorraine) Corriveau, the laser declawing veterinarian at Purdue’s Small Animal Primary Care, getting paid by a laser company? Please send a polite email to Purdue’s Dean of the Vet School or their Media relations folks and ask them this question and ask them why Purdue is […]
Why did the AzVMA Exec. Director Throw Her Elderly, Sick Cat Under The Bus? The Answer Might Be In This Story
Did the AzVMA board of director veterinarians approve their Exec. Directors letter of opposition to this AZ cat protection bill?
Was she trying to protect the financial interests of her veterinarians?
Here’s a letter of opposition to the 2021 Arizona Anti-declaw bill, HB 2626, from Emily Kane, the Exec. Director of the Arizona Veterinary Medical Association. (She is NOT a veterinarian.)
Story published on Jan. 23, 2021 Comment from Dr Marty Becker in 2019 on Facebook. (VCA and Banfield stopped declawing in early 2020 and AAFP announced in Dec. 2020 that they will no longer allow declawing in their CAT FRIENDLY Practices in July 2021.) Fear Free Pets is a veterinary company that certifies veterinary […]
A woman adopted Greta when she was 4 months old from PawsPrayersPromises.org rescue.The woman signed their no-declaw contract.The woman had Greta declawed at an unknown animal hospital.
Greta started biting so the woman took her to an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited animal hospital and asked the vet to kill little Greta.
The AAHA vet acquiesced and little Greta lost her life.