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Ticks raise a lot of questions! Dr. Adolph bust the Myths and tells us the Truth about these 8 legged insects. The Myth: Ticks die off during the winter months The Truth: Ticks doe not die just because it is winter. They do become less active during the cold...
How complete is your cat's parasite protection? There are many parasite medications available that treat common external parasites such as fleas. However, there are a host of internal parasites that can't be seen, which can also be dangerous to your cat's health....
Our doctors recommend a wellness visit every 6 months for your senior pet. During your pet’s examination the doctor performs a head to tail exam looking at your pet’s eyes, mouth and listening to their heart and lungs.
Your senior pet may look healthy on the outside but having your pet’s blood work performed on a regular basis helps the doctors detect and protect your pet from common diseases. The blood work includes a CBC, Chemistry, Urinalysis, Fecal and Accuplex.
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Feline leukemia is a high-mortality disease caused by the feline leukemia virus (FeLV). FeLV produces immunosuppression, meaning the body is unable to fight off disease, which can then lead to other disease or infections such as respiratory or gastro-intestinal...read more
The great majority of feline respiratory diseases result from two easily transmitted infections, feline viral rhinotracheitis (FVR), caused by a herpes-virus, and feline calicivirus (FCV), pronounced (kah-LEE-see virus). FVR and FCV infections result in similar...read more
What is Rabies? Rabies is an acute viral infection that can affect all warm-blooded animals - including dogs and cats. The disease is almost always caused by the bite of an infected animal that has rabies virus in its saliva. Younger animals are usually more...read more
Why do I have to vaccinate my indoor cat? “We were carrying groceries in and the cat ran out.” “The realtor showed our house and our cat escaped through an open door.” “We wanted an indoor cat but this kitten was definitely an outdoor cat.” Vaccines provide our pets...read more