Cat Education Articles

Celebrating the Bond Between You and Your Pet

Splooting: A Definition and Analysis Our pets, just like our friends and family, can have some quirks. Although these quirks can give us owners a good laugh or perhaps an endearing photo, sometimes, there is a reason for these odd behaviors. More recently, one...

Microchipping: Fact or Fiction

There are a lot of myths about Microchips.  We hope this blog helps clear up the rumors and share some great facts about microchips. Fiction:  Having a microchip implanted will hurt my pet. Fact:  No anesthetic is required for a microchip implant. The procedure is...

Busting the Tick Myths

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...

Why do I still have fleas?

Why am I still seeing fleas?  Small breaks in prevention, even during the winter can cause major problems.  On average fleas lay 50 eggs a day, so a few days or months late on prevention can mean 100's to 1000's of flea eggs being left to hatch. Flea eggs can last for...

Surgery and Your Pet, No Fear!

Surgery and Your Pet, No Need to Fear! As a veterinary professional, I often wonder - how are tasks and duties I perform on a daily basis perceived by clients? Something as simple to me as obtaining a blood sample can be viewed in a completely different way from...

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