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  1. Microchipping Your Cat: Safe, Easy, and Effective

    ... with ID, his/her chances are greatly improved, but many cats won't tolerate them or lose them (by "accident"). That's where the ... in. According to Petfinder, "less than 2 percent of lost cats that entered the animal shelters were reunited with their families. The ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 12/14/2017 - 09:43

  2. Types of Feline Cancer and Their Most Common Symptoms

    ... Sadly, one in five cats is diagnosed with cancer at some point during their lives. While cats, like dogs and humans, can suffer from many different kinds of cancer, ... to the veterinarian. Cat cancer symptoms can be subtle, and cats are masters at hiding illness, so a fresh perspective from someone who ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 10/10/2017 - 10:19

  3. The Five Most Frequently Asked Cat Questions — Answered

    ... Why does my cat wake me up at 4 a.m. for breakfast? Cats are naturally nocturnal animals, which means they sleep during the day and stay awake at night. Cats in the wild hunt at night, so this is the natural time for cats to want to ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 01/12/2017 - 12:55

  4. Having More Than One Cat

    I’ve always thought cats are kind of like potato chips… who can have just one?! Statistics even ... homes have dogs, there’s a larger total number of pet cats, so homes with cats are more likely to have more than one cat (with an average of 2.1 cats per ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 09/21/2016 - 10:06

  5. Feline Diagnostic Imaging Ultrasound, MRI, X-Rays, Radiology

    ... foreign objects. Cat x-rays are totally painless, but some cats can benefit from sedation to reduce anxiety and stress. Cat x-rays ... waves for a period of time, usually 10-20 minutes Cats must be sedated, or placed under anesthesia, for this procedure because ...

    Service - vet-admin-4 - 09/25/2016 - 11:04

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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