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Pet Declawing in Cockeysville, MD

Keep yourself and your cat safe by making a feline declawing appointment at our clinic. Padonia Veterinary Hospital offers pet declawing in Cockeysville, MD, for cats and their owners. There are many reasons why cat declawing may be deemed advisable or even medically necessary.

For example, cats that may otherwise be humanely euthanized because they are a danger to other pets and children are often saved thanks to a feline declawing procedure. Furthermore, elderly and immunocompromised owners may face giving their cats up because an infected scratch is too high a risk. Cat declawing removes this concern and keeps cats in happy homes. 

If your cat tears up furniture and attempts at training fail, pet declawing may be the solution. With the front claws gone, you no longer have to worry about this kind of damage. Finally, cat declawing is sometimes absolutely necessary if a claw is severely damaged or develops a tumor. Learn more about the benefits of cat declawing and determine whether this procedure is right for your pet by contacting our clinic.


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Our Safe Cat Declawing Process

Make an appointment at our compassionate clinic for feline declawing by a trained medical professional. While there are many different declawing techniques, all of them include removing both the claws and the small bone pieces where claw grow from. This is to prevent the claws from growing back after the procedure is complete.

In order to remove the claw and bone, we use a special sliding blade instrument that cuts straight through the bone in one quick process. It also cuts the pad underneath. This cat declawing procedure is safe and does not endanger the pet, aside from the small risk of infection or anesthesia complications that comes with any kind of surgery. With proper care, your cat will be fully recovered in no time.

If you have any questions or concerns about pet declawing, give us a call. Our medical professionals will be happy to address any issues you may have.


Kitten Declawing Also Available at Our Clinic

It is best to have a feline declawed before they are two years old, since older cats take longer to heal. That is why we also offer kitten declawing at our clinic. If you are planning to have a cat declawed, we recommend doing it at the same time as spaying and neutering to save time and money.

Contact us for more information on our pet declawing procedures for cats and kittens. We proudly serve Cockeysville, Lutherville-Timonium, Hunt Valley, Towson, and Sparks, MD, as well as the surrounding areas.