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Letter to the editor: The true value of a veterinarian | Australian Veterinary Association

14 Oct

A veterinary practice is a classic small business, within an industry of compassion.

via Letter to the editor: The true value of a veterinarian | Australian Veterinary Association.

Feline Bad Breath: What It Means

22 Sep

The reason for that is because feline dental care has, until recently, been the part of cat care that has met with the most owner resistance.

via Feline Bad Breath: What It Means.

Causes and Symptoms of Anterior Uveitis

22 Sep

Anterior uveitis is a technical term to describe inflammation of the front of the eye.

via Causes and Symptoms of Anterior Uveitis.

at the vet clinic: the three things you need to do to help your doc diagnose disease

19 Sep

What’s going on is the animal’s natural self-preservation mechanism. Pain and illness are viewed as signs of weakness by predators and weaker animals end up as dinner.

via at the vet clinic: the three things you need to do to help your doc diagnose disease.

Ask a Vet: Do Cats Really Need Vaccines Every Year?

17 Sep

A reader wonders whether cats, especially indoor cats, truly need regular parasite preventatives and booster shots.

via Ask a Vet: Do Cats Really Need Vaccines Every Year? | Catster.

New 3-Year Non-Adjuvanted Rabies Vaccine for Cats Now Available – The Conscious Cat

15 Sep

In the meantime, the only thing cat guardians can do while still complying with local laws is to minimize the risk that comes with each rabies vaccine by making sure that their veterinarian only uses the non-adjuvanted Purevax vaccine manufactured by Merial.

via New 3-Year Non-Adjuvanted Rabies Vaccine for Cats Now Available – The Conscious Cat.

FELINE HERPES

29 Jul

A small number of cats continue to have intermittent symptoms throughout their lives.

via FELINE HERPES.

Lymphoma in Cats – The Conscious Cat

28 Jul

Lymphoma, also known as lymphosarcoma, is one of the most common cancers in cats. It accounts for 90% of all blood cancers in cats, and for about a third of all tumors overall in cats.

via Lymphoma in Cats – The Conscious Cat.

Herb ‘N’ Living: Growing a Home Garden for Your Pet | petMD

13 May

Milk Thistle

Some animal experts have asserted that pets intuitively eat plants according to their specific medicinal value — that is, as long as they have several plants to choose from.

via Herb ‘N’ Living: Growing a Home Garden for Your Pet | petMD.

Immunocompromised Patients and Cats

12 May

 

Immunocompromised Patients and Cats – Cats.Answers.com.

By following simple, common sense guidelines, immunocompromised patients can minimize the risk of infection without having to give up their feline family members.

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