Veterinarians in the United States and Canada
Who Won’t Declaw
Many veterinarians in the United States and Canada refuse to perform declaw surgery, because amputating a cat’s toes is an unethical, mutilating procedure. Declawing provides no benefit whatsoever to the cat and can can cause long-term health and behavior problems.
Click on the map to view a directory of veterinarians and veterinary clinics by state or province that have a No Declaw Policy.
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The veterinarians and clinics listed on this website have asked to be listed here. They represent a fraction of the number of veterinary service providers in the United States who have a No Declaw Policy.
The Paw Project will be happy to post any service provider’s listing gratis if they don’t declaw.
If you are a client of a provider that doesn’t declaw, why not suggest to them that they list their contact information in our directory? Contact us.
Declawing is not offered in any of the 2000+ VCA, Banfield, and BluePearl veterinary hospitals throughout the USA and Canada.
(Currently, in the US we have no listings for South Dakota, and in Canada we have no listings for Yukon or Northwest Territories.)