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La Clinique Vétérinaire des Chats
The best possible veterinary care devoted exclusively to the health, welfare and wellbeing of your feline family member. We are committed to always giving the most compassionate, caring and complete veterinary services in a cat exclusive environment. We are dedicated to enriching the bond between you and your cat.
WHY CATS ONLY? La Clinique Veterinaire des Chats/The Cat Veterinary Clinic is the only cat exclusive clinic in the West Island. Everything in our practise is designed to provide your beloved cat with the utmost in compassionate professional care while allowing them to enjoy our stress free environment without the smells and noises from dogs. We love dogs too, but our cat patients prefer to attend a clinic where noisy woofers are not around. Dr. Sherlyn Spooner, a qualified veterinarian, has an advanced degree in feline behaviour. She has been assisting cats and their guardians to strengthen and nurture the bond between them since 1991.
Come in and meet our outstanding staff and see what a difference we can make for you and your cat. In addition to a full range of medical, dental and surgical services we offer both short and long term boarding. Our kitty condos are specifically designed to allow your cat the ultimate boarding experience. We also offer both wellness and prescription foods. As a qualified behaviourist, we have the latest in interactive toys for your cat. We can be reached at 514-674-CHAT. We are looking forward to meeting both you and your cat family member!
Conveniently located in Pointe Claire Plaza the corner of St. Jean Boulevard and Donegani. We are right next to the Pepiniere, just walk down the stairs with the black stair rail and you will find us.
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Dr. Sherlyn Spooner, DVM, M.Sc., graduated from the veterinary faculty of the Universite de Montreal and went on to pursue an advanced degree in clinical medicine (clinical behaviour). Her master’s thesis was in behaviour specifically that of cats. She has been treating referred behavioural cases in the Montreal area since 1991. Dr. Spooner has been working as a feline practitioner for over ten years so that she can pursue her passion for cat medicine. For the last six years, she has been a very active contributor to animal welfare in her role on the Animal Welfare Committee for the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Spooner is a strong advocate for banning feline declaws.
Bryana Marcogliese is an Animal Health Technician and graduate of Vanier College. She absolutely adores all animals but cats hold a very special place in her heart. Ever since she was a little girl, her love for cats drove her to be the compassionate technician she is today. Bryana always knew she would dedicate her life to helping and caring for as many cats as she could.
Hope Erin Phillips has always lived with, cared for, and been surrounded by animals (though cats are, admittedly, her favourite) and is thrilled to be able to work them, and help nurse them back to health. Hope is also the electronic – coordinator at the clinic and has a particular knack for cat whispering.