A room is equipped so that our veterinarians, Dr Piazza and Dr Druet, can work under the best possible conditions to provide our animals with all necessary care.

Different care for dogs and cats  

  • Dogs are thoroughly examined: eyes, teeth, ears, heart, skin, nails, etc… If a dog has been found, and in the absence of a European passport, the vet estimates its age. The dog receives all necessary vaccinations (canine distemper, contagious hepatitis, parvovirus, leptospirosis) and gets an electronic chip, if it doesn’t already have one. The dog is also wormed and treated against ear mites, fleas and ticks.
  • Cats are also meticulously examined. The males are neutered at the shelter. As the operation for females is more delicate, they are spayed at one of our vet’s surgeries. Before joining the cattery, all cats are electronically chipped, freed of parasites and vaccinated to protect them from typhus, coryza and chlamydia infections.
  • Kittens are also examined and vaccinated before being put up for adoption. The adopters undertake in the adoption agreement to have them sterilized before they reach 6 months of age.

In any case, if a problem arises after the adoption, our veterinarians remain at your disposal to carry out any additional check-up or to provide advice.