I am often asked about annual blood work. Questions range from, “I'm here for a wellness exam. Why should I have it done when my pet is healthy?” to, “Is this just a way...Read more
I recently had the pleasure of attending the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) Conference. As a practice manager, I was excited to be attending a conference that was animal focused since most of my continuing education centers on management and information technology. As...Read more
Most of us with cats at some point face the conflict of whether or not to allow our precious friend to play outdoors. We want the environment they live in to meet their needs, and at the same time, we want to...Read more
[caption id="attachment_3380" align="alignleft" width="300"] Vivo and Cadi enjoy sitting on the screened deck.[/caption]Read more
Indoor Only or Indoor/Outdoor Cat?Anyone who has a pet cat is faced with decisions about the cat's environment. Many of us struggle with the question of whether or not to let...
Small animal veterinarians are trained in the care of both dogs and cats. A cat specialist does not have a separate or different degree, but has decided to focus on cats and become an expert in the diseases and behavior of cats.Read more
You've just adopted a kitten or cat. You planned ahead, having a litter box and litter, food, food and water bowls, and a few toys for you new kitty to come home to. You are all set to play, cuddle, and have fun! As reality sets in, you note that there is more to having a...Read more