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  1. Is Your Senior Cat in Pain?

    ... While our cats are generally living longer than ever before, a feline is still considered ... it's important to remember that senior and geriatric cats are more at risk for arthritis, especially in the hips and spine, and, ... chronic pain.   As we've discussed before , cats are masters of disguise and often don't show signs of pain until it's ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 11/09/2017 - 08:07

  2. Cat and Dog Allergies

    ... most common dog allergies and somewhat less common in cats. These allergies are known as atopy. Other kinds of allergies your pets ... like chemicals or carpet fibers). Atopy for dogs and cats isn’t the same as the allergic reactions we’re used to in humans. In ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 09/21/2016 - 08:51

  3. What To Know About Your Cat's Pre and Post-Op Surgical Care

    ... instructed by a member of our veterinary team. Diabetic cats, or cats with other chronic illnesses, may need special fasting instructions. ...

    Service - vet-admin-4 - 09/19/2016 - 14:26

  4. Fat Cat? How to Help Your Feline Lose Weight

    ... Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP) , a staggering 59 percent of cats in the United States are overweight or obese.  These conditions can ... Several factors can contribute to weight gain in cats. Weight changes often happen very gradually and can be difficult for pet ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 09/21/2016 - 09:55

  5. What To Know If Your Cat Requires Laparoscopic (Keyhole) Surgery

    ... comparison to traditional surgery, laparoscopic surgery for cats is a minimally invasive alternative and typically results in shorter ... This type of surgery is typically used for spaying cats, or to perform a biopsy of the liver or intestines. Should your vet need ...

    Service - vet-admin-4 - 11/08/2016 - 11:32

  6. Benefits of Being a Cat Owner!

    ... benefits in owning a cat, but here are some of the reasons cats are good for you! 10 Benefits in Being a Cat Owner Being a ... !   Studies have shown that there are a number of things cats do for you in terms of health, from reducing your stress and anxiety to ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 09/21/2016 - 09:59

  7. 8 Things You Should Ask at a Vet Appointment

    ... the best diet for your pet. Remember, though, that dogs and cats are individuals and what the same food does in different bodies (and to ... kind of play or stimulation every day - even aloof-seeming cats ! 3. What are the most common diseases based on my pet’s breed/age? ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 05/04/2017 - 09:16

  8. Loyal, Loving Companions: Ways Your Cat Shows His Love for You

    While many people think that cats are standoffish and aloof, the truth is that they are loyal, loving companions (just like dogs). The key is that cats show their love in very different ways than dogs. Usually, those ... eyes and slowly blink. The slow blink is a kitty kiss. When cats do this to one another, they’re signaling that there’s no threat and ...

    Blog - janine.gilbert - 10/27/2016 - 10:14

  9. How to Train Your Cat

    ... their best canine friend is well trained. But there are more cats as pets in the U.S. than dogs, and many homes have multiple cats. Why is there no “National Train Your Cat Month?” Is it because we ...

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

  10. Optimum Feline Nutrition - What Should You Feed Your Cat?

    ... Unlike humans and various other creatures (dogs included), cats’ evolutionary process has resulted in no dietary need for carbohydrates. ... undomesticated, and much larger relatives, domesticated cats’ bodies have adapted to a protein and fat rich, carbohydrate-poor diet. ...

    Service - vet-admin-4 - 09/25/2016 - 08:46