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  1. How to Give Your Cat a Pill

    ... done with it, though, to be sure the pill was eaten. Some cats will eat a pill willingly for a while and then, inexplicably, stop. For cats that won't willingly eat their medications, other methods must be used. ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 08/01/2017 - 08:56

  2. New Year's Resolutions for You and Your Pet

    ... your veterinarian before trying new foods. Because cats are strict ( obligate ) carnivores and do not have a requirement for ... with your cat requires a little more creativity. Some cats will accept harnesses and leashes , though they usually won't accept ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 12/29/2017 - 13:54

  3. Top 5 Reasons to Consider a Professional Pet Dental Cleaning

    ... that dental disease affects nearly 85 percent of dogs and cats over three years of age? Imagine the equivalent—a human not brushing ... that less than 50 percent of all dental problems in dogs and cats can be identified without dental X-rays! At The Drake Center, digital ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 02/22/2017 - 09:18

  4. 9 Signs Your Cat Should See the Vet

    ... statistic for you: even though there are 10 million more pet cats than dogs in the United States, only one cat is seen by a veterinarian for ... five dogs. In fact, the majority of cat owners believe that cats have fewer health issues than dogs, when in reality cats are much better ...

    Blog - janine.gilbert - 09/15/2016 - 14:11

  5. What’s Poisonous to Pets?, Part 1: Inside Your House

    ... flea preventatives labeled for dogs, when used on cats , can cause nervousness, twitching, seizures, and sometimes death. ... bread dough, among others, can be dangerous to our dogs and cats. Another ingredient to watch out for is xylitol, which is immediately ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 09/21/2016 - 10:20

  6. Pet First Aid

    ... Keep a carrier by the door in case of a need to evacuate any cats. Many cat owners know what a challenge it is to get a cat into the carrier ... where time is of the essence. By practicing getting cats in the carrier on a routine basis, it can make the task easier in the ...

    Blog - ahsan - 09/21/2016 - 10:21

  7. My Cat Scratched Me! What Should I Do Now?

    ... especially if it spends time outside on a daily basis. Some cats get germs under their claws that can cause “cat scratch fever” and ... Blog Category:  Cats ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 07/30/2016 - 14:14

  8. February is National Pet Dental Health Month!

    ... the truth is that dental disease is as common in dogs and cats as it is in humans. This disease is a frequent source of pain and often ... Blog Category:  Cats Dogs ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 02/16/2017 - 07:57

  9. Ringworm: It's Not What You Think!

    ... important to treat because it's infectious to dogs, cats and humans! If your child has ringworm, s/he may have acquired it from ... Blog Category:  Cats Dogs ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 07/21/2017 - 08:37

  10. Top 5 Spring Hazards

    ... you that chocolate is a big no-no - for both dogs and  cats. A potentially lethal dose of chocolate for a 16lb. animal is only 2oz. of ... You may not know, but lilies are extremely toxic to cats. They have a tendency to chew on them, and any part of the lily ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 04/07/2017 - 10:15