Why Is Your Cat Always Scratching At His Ears?

Posted on: 2 August 2016

Does your cat always seem to be itching his ears with his paws or shaking his head? He may yowl or meow a bit as he does this. Frequent ear itching in cats is usually caused by ear mites. Here's a closer look at this condition and how to address it. What are ear mites? Ear mites are tiny parasites that take up residence in cats' ears. They live mostly in the outer and middle ear canal, where they bite the ears and feed on the blood that emerges. [Read More]

Notice Your Cat Has Been Sneezing Often? 3 Reasons To Visit A Vet

Posted on: 2 August 2016

If you've noticed that your cat has been sneezing more often than usual, it's important that you don't just write it off and skip getting medical treatment that can be necessary for them to recover quickly. If you're unsure of how a vet visit can be helpful, consider some of the following problems that can be the cause and how a vet can help. Respiratory Infections One of the most common signs that your cat has a health problem and needs to be treated by a professional is a respiratory infection. [Read More]

Guard Your Pet Against Coyote Attacks

Posted on: 1 August 2016

Coyotes are prevalent in many areas of the country, even urban areas. There may be a coyote lurking around your home right now and you would probably not even know about it. Unfortunately, coyotes sometimes injure or kill our pets. However, there are ways you can keep your pet from becoming a victim of a coyote attack. Here are a few ways to make your pet less likely to be a victim of these increasing urban predators. [Read More]

Getting To The Root Of Your Cat's Dental Health Status: The Benefits Of Dental Radiographs

Posted on: 7 June 2016

Whether your veterinarian has recommended a dental cleaning procedure for your cat or you have brought your cat to the clinic for a suspected oral problem, dental radiographs are essential in determining the overall state of your cat's dental health. Find out how veterinary dental radiology is used to preserve your cat's oral and overall health. Feline Dental Disease Dental disease is the most commonly seen health problem in feline patients, according to veterinary dental specialist Dr. [Read More]