Just as we need to visit the dentist, your cat needs to visit your veterinarian to get his teeth checked, too. Taking care of your cats teeth is the leading way to ward off dental pain and disease.
Preventive care and regular wellness checks at your veterinarian are an important part of helping your cat live a long life. In addition to keeping your feline friend’s vaccinations up to date, wellness care also gives your veterinarian an opportunity to catch any disease processes early before further damage occurs.
Cats are very good at masking illness, and disease may be present even in cats that appear to be healthy. If a disease or condition can be detected before a cat shows signs of illness, steps can often be taken to manage the problem before permanent damage occurs.
Our goal is to educate cat caretakers to better meet the needs of their feline companions to prevent or resolve behavior issues. Several common kitty behaviors are seen as undesirable and can affect the quality of life for both owners and their pets. Fortunately, many of these behaviors can be corrected with time and patience.
There are many reasons that a cat may need to have surgery, from elective procedures, such as spays and neuters, to emergency intestinal obstruction surgeries. Regardless of the reason your cat may need to have a surgery, we want to make sure you understand everything that goes into the surgical procedure, from preparing your cat for surgery to knowing what to expect afterward.
Please call ahead if your cat needs emergency care. Calling ahead will alert our staff to the nature of your cat's emergency and will help us prepare to meet you when you arrive thus saving valuable treatment time when every minute counts.