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  • Vaccinations for Your Cat
    WHY DOES MY CAT NEED TO BE VACCINATED? Vaccines help to protect against specific infectious diseases caused by some viruses and bacteria. They stimulate the body’s immune system to destroy the organism Read more
  • Your Cat’s Environmental Needs Practical Tips for Pet Owners
    Addressing your cat’s physical and emotional needs enhances its health and quality of life. Behavior problems are a leading cause of pets being surrendered or euthanized. These problems often occur in cats Read more
  • Feline House-Soiling Useful Information for Cat Owners
    House-soiling can be a complex problem to solve, but there are ways to prevent, manage, or resolve feline house-soiling behaviors. Your cat does not urinate or defecate outside the box due to Read more
  • Alternatives to Declawing
    WHAT IS DECLAWING? Feline declawing is an elective and ethically controversial procedure, which is NOT medically necessary for cats in most instances. It is important to understand that scratching is normal behavior for Read more
  • Feline Hyperthyroidism
    Feline hyperthyroidism is the most common endocrine disorder in middle-aged and older cats. It occurs in about 10 percent of feline patients over 10 years of age. Hyperthyroidism is a disease caused by Read more
  • Degenerative Joint Disease in Cats Feline Arthritis
    Feline arthritis, more correctly termed degenerative joint disease (DJD), is very common in cats. Cartilage within the joint is worn away, causing chronic pain, which can be debilitating, and can lead to poor Read more
  • How Do I Know My Cat Is In Pain?
    Behavior changes in your cat are the primary indicator of pain. As the person who knows your cat best, you are an important member of their healthcare team and key Read more
  • Understanding Hearing Loss
    Hearing loss is a common complaint from dog owners, especially as dogs grow older. The most common cause is an age related change called otosclerosis. This process makes the tiny Read more
  • BACK TO SCHOOL TIPS FOR YOUR PETS
    The hurried rush of back-to-school and shorter days means families are spending more time focused on school work and active schedules. As a result, the change in routine can be confusing for pets. Read more

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