Kitten Information

We have decided to put a list of each of the informational handouts that we send home with new kitten owners on our site.

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Should your pet have an emergency, here is some information about two local 24 hour, 365 days a year emergency clinics.

There are many ways for pets to be exposed to disease-causing organisms. Healthy appearing animals can spread viruses and bacteria.

Is it time to trim your cat’s nails? Here are some tips on how to do it…

This is a list of most of the vaccinations that we offer, as well as the time intervals between them.

Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) and feline leukemia virus (FeLV) infections are a major cause of death in cats.

What are fleas? Fleas are small (1/10”-1/5”), biting insects usually associated with cats and dogs, but fleas bite people too

Litter box problems are common and most can be avoided or solved.

Tips for preventing behavior problems.

The growing popularity of the Internet has made it easier and faster to find health-related information. Although much of it is valuable, some of it is false and misleading.

Spaying or neutering your pet eliminates or reduces a wide variety of health problems that can be very difficult and expensive to treat.

Blood tests help us determine causes of illness accurately, safely, and quickly and let us monitor the progress of medical treatments.

Weather – Provide plenty of fresh drinking water at all times. Also, keep your pet’s kennel well-ventilated and positioned near a well-shaded area where your pet can avoid midday sun and heat.

Weather – keep cats indoors and shorten exercise walks for dogs when the temperature falls. Safe outdoor temperatures for pets vary by breed and size.