Clinique vétérinaire à Paris 14

Dr. Clémence De Geyer d'Orth & Dr. Hugo Loeser

Clinique vétérinaire Alizée Vet

Veterinarian clinic in Paris 14


The annual visit you make to the clinic is an opportunity for us to take stock of the state of health of your pet and to address together the questions that you can ask yourself or what is necessary in our opinion for your companion continues to go well. This visit is the privileged moment for:

  • perform a complete clinical examination: it is important that the animal is in good health in order to be vaccinated (some conditions contraindicate the vaccination) and the examination may reveal abnormalities that you would have missed (thyroid nodule on an old cat, small breast mass on a bitch …) …

… but also:

  • answer to your questions about the evolution of your pet: Is not it a little big? How to cut his claws? Now that he is 8, should I change his diet? Is it worth brushing my dog's teeth?
  • to give you advice on the hygiene and the maintenance of your animal: How and with which product to clean the ears? What shampoo to use?
  • to give you advice on anti-parasite use: Why winter flea control and which products are effective against leishmaniasis? Do I have to worm my pet 2 or 4 times a year? to give you nutrition advice: Now that my cat is castrated, what should I feed him? Should we change power after 8 years? … to give you behavioral advice: How to make my puppy clean quickly? My 10 year old dog seems senile, what to do? My dog ​​becomes aggressive, what to do?
  • to sensitize you to the racial peculiarities of your animal: the respiratory problems of the French bulldog, the kidney problems of the Persian cat, the allergies of the labrador … to make you aware of the screening of seniors’ affections: monitoring of drinking intake (which should not increase with age), difficulty in urinating / blood in urine in non-castrated male dogs (possible prostate problem)
  • … propose to you to carry out a senior assessment on the occasion of the vaccine on an animal of more than 8 years old to detect early renal diseases, hepatic, thyroid …
  • This annual visit is also an opportunity for the assistant who welcomes you to update the record of your pet, to check his weight (weight curve kept up to date in his file) and to advise you about food, dietary supplements (vitamins), hygiene …


The diagnostic approach requires continuous rigor and step-by-step reasoning to formulate different diagnostic hypotheses. The examination of a clinical case must begin with a complete collection of the history of the disease (anamnesis) and all the general data concerning the patient (memorials). We can then proceed to the general clinical examination of the animal which leads to a synthesis and the formulation of diagnostic hypotheses which will be confirmed or invalidated by judiciously chosen complementary examinations. The final diagnosis results in the implementation of ad hoc treatment. Advances in medical knowledge of domestic carnivores and NACs have led us to share our knowledge and know how to pass on the relay to recognized and qualified specialists. We consider ourselves as general practitioners with some caps acquired during basic and practical complementary training courses within structures recognized for their expertise as specialists in internal medicine, dermatology or NACs medicine. Dr. Fève's professional background has allowed him to train in the various fields listed below.


Veterinary medicine has evolved.

Now, behavioral disorders are recognized as real illnesses and there are medical treatments adapted to pets. Having a dog or a cat with either is not always easy and often, wanting to do too well, it hurts. The pathologies of the behavior are numerous and if the signs are similar, the treatments can be opposed.

If your pet is aggressive, does damage in the house in your absence or even in your presence, if it is still not clean, if it seems amorphous … These are all important signs that should lead you to consult.

Remember to prepare this consultation: make an appointment and start recording all the important elements of your dog's or your cat’s disorder. To establish a diagnosis and offer you a treatment, we will need to know where your animal sleeps, what he eats, when he eats, where he eats, what silly things he does, under what conditions he lives (apartment, garden, walks , distractions), etc.


When your pet undergoes surgery in our clinic, the general course is as follows: General surgeries include many surgeries including: castration, ovariectomy, cystotomy, descaling, enterectomy, enterotomy, skin mass removal … When your pet undergoes surgery in our clinic, the general course is as follows


Hospitalizing requires state-of-the-art equipment and a seasoned team. Temporarily separating from your pet is a stress quickly supported by the trust you give us and the realization that your companion can not heal at home. Your veterinarian and his team are best able to judge whether your pet needs to be hospitalized or not to get him back on his feet as quickly as possible. Some situations lead us to hospitalize your pet at the clinic


Veterinary biology is a vast and exciting specialty that requires us to interpret with hindsight and discernment the results of analyzes provided by automated machines for diagnostic purposes but also in the optics of monitoring medical treatments. No one is safe from a human or material failure !!! And never forget that the clinical sense premium (in Sensu Orci, Premium)


You are 90% to expect a nutritional recommendation from your vet and you are only 15% to a clinic opinion with a veterinary advice. This observation encourages us to VICE CLINIC ALIZÉE to strengthen our work of education and awareness of our customers to the importance of quality food distributed in reasonable quantities. In fact, a scientific study has shown that a balanced diet is distributed in 20 seconds (12 years against 10 years, a gain of 15 years). years…).

The clinic offers a nutritional recommendation tailored to the needs of your pet.

As Socrates said  you have to eat to live and not live to eat.”