1.  No importance.
2.  No importance.
3.  Very important, I have actually never had a vet that did this, I
was always welcome to be in the room with the cat.  My current vet
does temp and weight in the back and that's about it.

On 9/28/07, catatonya <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> How important is it to you when looking for a vet that it be
> 1- a cat only clinic
> 2-doesn't declaw
> 3 doesn't take your cat 'to the back' to do everything?
> That is what I had and lost.  When Bob got sick last week I took off the
> morning to call and get him in and there was no doctor coming in at all
> until 2:00.   So I tried this highly recommended new vet I'm seeing and she
> seems very knowledgeable and thorough, but doesn't meet any of those
> criteria.  She is far away, but they are open until 9:00 every night and
> Saturday and Sunday.  That would keep me out of the emergency vets whom I
> hate..........
> I'm just at a loss as to what to do.  I don't know of any other vets in my
> area that don't declaw.  The new vet at my old vet's office was required not
> to do it as part of the sale of the practice.  But she just does not seem
> good at all, she does everything in the back as well....thus wondering if I
> should put up with these things and use this new vet I feel is very
> knowledgeable or keep looking.   And I have been looking and looking.  :(
> tonya

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