RareBreed Veterinary Partners’ Mission Is To Provide Exceptional Patient Care. Why Do They Allow Declawing In Their Practices?
Rarebreed Veterinary Partners has around 40 veterinary practices with 800 employees.
Rarebreed says that their mission is to deliver exceptional care to pets, yet some of their practices perform declawing which is far from exceptional care for cats, is below the standard of care in veterinary medicine, and is animal cruelty.
Meet the 4 People Who Didn’t Want Cats in Nevada To Be Protected From This Animal Cruelty. (Declawing)
Why did Nevada Democrat Senator Chris Brooks, Pete Goicoechea, and Ira Hansen oppose this cat protection, animal welfare bill? Do they support animal cruelty? Was Chris Brooks doing his friend, Alisa Nave Worth, the Nevada Veterinary Medical Association’s lobbyist a favor? Do these Senators not like cats?
Is the Angst of Declawing Contributing to Veterinarian Suicide?
PetVet Care Centers Says That They Offer The Finest Care in Veterinary Medicine. Most Of Them Declaw Cats.
The majority of PetVet Care Centers perform declawing. In fact, most of them also offer 4 paw declaws.
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 […]
Story published Feb. 23, 2021. Screenshot taken on Feb. 23, 2021 of a Google review for Gentle Doctor Animal Hospital. The Gentle Doctor became a Banfield hospital in Oct. 2019 according to an employee that works there. Banfield banned declawing in Jan. 2020 in all their hospitals.Banfield’s Declawing Policy ———————————————————————————————————————————————————- Banfield Animal Hospitals […]
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.
On October 30, 2020, GoDaddy, City the Kitty nonprofit’s website hosting company, sent them a DMCA complaint alleging that copyright infringement is taking place on CitytheKitty.org.
The complaint was from the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) who alleged that the use of their declawing information and logo was an infringement of AAHA’s rights.
Here are the veterinary organizations that recently did the humane and right thing and stopped allowing declawing in their accredited veterinary practices.