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Your Cat, the Litter box and You

Cats, by their nature, are clean creatures. Recent studies suggest they spend as much as 15% of their time grooming. Cats also like to be hygienic when it comes to their toiletry habits. Most kittens learn to use a litter…

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Winter is Coming

It’s that time of year. The Halloween decorations have been put away, the last of the yard work for the summer is done, the flower beds have been cleared and daylight savings time is over. Soon we can expect to…

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Adding a New Dog to your Family

So, your family has talked about it and decided that what you want for Christmas is a new best friend for everyone, a cute adorable puppy or dog. But where do you begin looking for one and more importantly finding…

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Thanksgiving with your Pets

The holidays are upon us. This Thursday we will be celebrating Thanksgiving with our friends and family, and for many of us, that includes our furry friends and family. There are a few things to remember though to make this…

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Your Tabby’s Teeth

There are many important reasons to bring your cat for its annual physical.  One of these is to check for dental disease.  Cats are very good at hiding their illnesses and you may not notice signs of dental disease until…

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Important Vaccines

Below are important vaccines that your pet may need annually. The following tables give a brief overview of why they are important. If you have any questions please feel free to comment or contact your veterinarian!

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Making a Multiple-Cat Home

About three weeks ago I “rescued” a big beautiful three year old black cat named Jamison for a friend in Florida.  He is intensely allergic to fleas and in spite of all attempts to control the fleas and allergies in Florida,…

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Visiting Your Vet with Your Cat

When it is time for your pet’s annual visit to the veterinarian, don’t leave behind your felines.  I know some of you are picturing an empty carrier at your feet, while your cat crouches in the magic spot under the…

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Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is at the top of the list of most commonly diagnosed diseases in the adult cat and dog. It is a growing concern in our pets, causing more than just bad breath. Periodontal disease occurs when bacteria and…

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