Caring For Our Pets is your online resource for health information about your dog or cat that can impact their quality of life.
Caring for your cat is an important part of your interaction with them, making sure they are fed and cared for, exercised and loved on a daily basis. Part of that process includes regular visits to your veterinary clinic for health checkups, diagnostic procedures and preventative medicines that your veterinarian might recommend based on your pet’s age, physical condition and lifestyle. Caring For Our Pets will help you to understand some of those very important issues and provide a wide range of information to help you understand the importance of regular veterinary care. As always, the content provided here is not meant as a replacement for the advice of a veterinary professional.
As always, consult your veterinarian for professional advice regarding the risk for your pets and precautions you should consider.
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Parasites can have a significant impact on your pet’s life and some species can infest your home! Your veterinarian can recommend appropriate preventative measures and advise you on ways to help protect your pet. Basic information about common parasites including ticks, fleas, heartworm and gastrointestinal parasites can be found here. Consult your veterinarian for professional advice regarding the risk for your pets and precautions you should consider. Click here to learn more about parasites that may threaten your cat.
Adopting a pet? Check out the A to Z pet adoption guide provides helpful tips presented in a fun way.
Check out our “Did you know?” link on the right side of this page for regular updates on topics like grooming and kenneling. Stay tuned and check back soon to stay updated on current health issues for your pet.
We believe in happy and healthy pets and people in our community. Thank you for joining our community and sharing the common journey of many caring pet parents.
The health information contained herein are provided for educational purposes only and are not intended to replace discussions with a healthcare provider. All decisions regarding patient care must be made with a healthcare provider, considering the unique characteristics of the patient.