Cat Health Care And Vaccines

Preventative pet care needs change throughout your companion’s life. Our pet hospital is here to help keep your friend healthy!

Is feed dry food better for your cat? Learn the drawbacks and potential hazards of dry food only diets.

Can my indoor cat get worms?

The answer is yes. Unfortunately, even cats that never venture outside are still at risk from parasites like tapeworms, roundworms, hookworms, lungworm and heartworm.

Is your cat having “trouble” trying to go? What is often thought of constipation could actually be straining to pee. 

Every cat loves car trips! Right??

Most cats aren’t thrilled about car trips. We know how tough it can be to bring them in for appointments. We’re here to help! This video provides some practice tips you can use to make things more comfortable for your cat.

Kitten
  • Physical exam
  • Intestinal parasite screening and treatment
  • Kitten FVRCP vaccine
  • Nutritional and behavioral recommendations
  • Heartworm, flea and parasite prevention recommendations
  • New Kitten Kit
  • Physical exam
  • Intestinal parasite screening and treatment
  • Kitten FVRCP vaccine
  • Feline leukemia FIV test
  • First leukemia vaccine*
  • Heartworm, flea and parasite prevention recommendations
  • Nutritional, dental and behavioral recommendations
      • Physical exam
      • One year rabies vaccine
      • Kitten FVRCP vaccine
      • Second leukemia vaccine*
      • Heartworm and flea prevention recommendations
      • Nutritional, dental and behavioral recommendations
    • Pre-surgical exam
    • Pre-surgical bloodwork
    • Spay or neuter
    • Microchip (may be done earlier if desired)
    • Additional vaccinations if needed
    • Fluoride treatment

* Our Doctor Staff will discuss lifestyle risk factors for your pet.

    • We recommend measured, portioned feeding of an age-appropriate, high quality diet combined with a regular, structured exercise regimen (Play times, daily walks, etc.). Ask your veterinarian to recommend the proper diet for your cat.

Prevent Feline Obesity, Boredom and Destruction With These Tips

Want your cat to explore their wild side without destroying your house? Try some of these suggestions to help keep your ferocious feline happy and healthy!

Adult
  • Annual comprehensive physical exam
  • Intestinal parasite screening and treatment
  • Rabies vaccine
  • FVRCP vaccine
  • Leukemia vaccine
  • Professional dental cleanings as needed
  • Heartworm, flea and parasite prevention recommendations
  • Nutritional and behavioral recommendations

We recommend measured, portioned feeding of an age-appropriate, high quality diet combined with a regular, structured exercise regimen (Play times, daily walks, etc.). Ask your veterinarian to recommend the proper diet for your cat.

    Any cat can develop arthritis. Knowing the signs of arthritis pain will help you determine when your cat may need veterinary attention. Ask these simple questions:
  • Is your cat not as active?
  • Is your cat not going to the litter box?
  • Is your cat not using him favorite sleeping place
  • Is your cat reluctant to climb stairs or jump up?

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, talk to your veterinarian.

Mature
  • Physical exam
  • Intestinal parasite screening and treatment
  • Kitten FVRCP vaccine
  • Nutritional and behavioral recommendations
  • Heartworm, flea and parasite prevention recommendations
  • Nutritional and behavioral recommendations
  • Organ biochemical profile
  • Complete blood count
  • Thyroid test
  • Urinalysis

We recommend measured, portioned feeding of an age-appropriate, high quality diet combined with a regular, structured exercise regimen (Play times, daily walks, etc.). Ask your veterinarian to recommend the proper diet for your cat.

    Any cat can develop arthritis. Knowing the signs of arthritis pain will help you determine when your cat may need veterinary attention. Ask these simple questions:
  • Is your cat not as active?
  • Is your cat not going to the litter box?
  • Is your cat not using him favorite sleeping place
  • Is your cat reluctant to climb stairs or jump up?

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, talk to your veterinarian.

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