A note before we begin: Please consult with your veterinarian BEFORE making any changes to your pet’s diet or exercise regime OR if you notice that your pet has lost… Read more »
Many people don’t realize it, but acetaminophen (the active ingredient in Tylenol) is toxic for both dogs and cats. Acetaminophen is found not just in Tylenol, but also in many… Read more »
Here are a few quick tips for making your cat’s visits to the vet a more pleasant experience: Getting Your Cat to the Clinic.
Cats often try to hide the signs that they aren’t feeling well. It can be difficult for an owner to tell that his/her feline friend isn’t feeling well. Subtle Signs… Read more »
Have you ever been told that your cat has a URI and wondered what that is? “URI” is the quick way to say “Upper Respiratory Infection,” which you can think… Read more »
As cats age, it’s important to monitor them regularly for changes in their overall health. The following video from Pet Health Network discusses the top health concerns for senior cats… Read more »
Is your cat spending a lot of time scratching her ears and shaking her head? The culprit might be ear mites. Check out this ariticle on Feline Ear Mites from… Read more »
Chronic Renal Failure (aka kidney failure) is a common disease in older cats that, while serious, is also very treatable. A excellent series of articles by The Cat Doctor (a… Read more »