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Tooth Resorption in Cats

By |2021-08-25T11:54:01+00:00August 25th, 2021|Cats|

SUFFER in SILENCE with RESORPTION ! AKA feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions (FORL), cervical line lesions, neck lesions, feline caries, cervical line erosions or feline cavities the current term is tooth resorption (TR). TR occurs when cells called odontoclasts destroy the root surfaces by causing the enamel to be resorbed. As the disease progresses, the different [...]

Cat Tapeworms !

By |2021-07-22T10:46:57+00:00July 22nd, 2021|Cats|

What is a tapeworm? They get their name from the fact that they look like tape! The tapeworm body is segmented up to its neck. Its is filled with six sets of “teeth” used to attach itself to the intestinal lining. Once it’s attached, it moves in & starts stealing meals from your Tapeworms are [...]

Litter Box Rules—Setting Your Cat Up for Success

By |2021-02-11T19:17:56+00:00February 11th, 2021|Cats|

Cat owners often assume that litter box training is easy—they simply show their new cat the litter box, and their cat will consistently eliminate at that location. If it were truly this easy, inappropriate elimination would not account for so many veterinary visits, and be responsible for hordes of cats losing their homes each year. [...]

Feline Parasite Prevention: How to Protect Your Cat from Internal and External Parasites

By |2020-12-13T20:20:55+00:00December 13th, 2020|Cats|

Cats are notorious for being fastidious groomers and taking great pride in their appearance and lush hair coat. However, you may notice bare spots, itching, mats, scabs, or bumps on your feline friend if they develop a parasite issue. The best grooming protocol can’t protect your cat from internal and external parasites, which can lead [...]

The Lowdown on Feline Hyperthyroidism

By |2020-11-09T21:22:34+00:00November 9th, 2020|Cats|

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to eat whatever you wanted and still lose weight? While many people beyond college-age dream about that, this phenomenon can be a sign of hyperthyroidism, a serious endocrine disease and the most common glandular disorder in cats. Hyperthyroidism is routinely diagnosed in middle-aged to older cats so, if you have an [...]

Corneal Ulcers in Cats

By |2020-09-11T13:15:49+00:00September 11th, 2020|Cats|

Bella came to us as a new  patient 12 days ago with a very abnormal right! Bella's dad came to us after being unable to get an immediate appointment 🗓 with a local veterinary ophthalmologist. Our team @bocamidtownevet was able to diagnose & initiate appropriate medical treatment for Bella prior to her appointment with @animaleyespecialtyclinic [...]

Thirsty Kitty ?

By |2020-04-10T18:39:21+00:00April 10th, 2020|Cats|

PuPd = Polyuria & Polydipsia = Excessive 💦 💧 consumption & urine production. #pee #drinktime In 🐈 the most common causes of PuPd = Kidney Disease, Liver Disease, Hyperthyroid Disease, & Diabetes. #kidneydisease #hyperthyroidism #diabeteslife #thirstycat Watch Dr. Man share Squirt's 📖 unfold with his 🐾 SENIOR 🩺 WELLNESS 🥼 check up ! Learn how [...]

Cat Labored Breathing ?

By |2019-12-06T07:31:42+00:00December 6th, 2019|Cats|

Difficulty breathing is not the same as a shortness of breath Dyspnea, which means difficulty breathing, occurs when a pet is having the feeling of shortness of breath. The true term dyspnea shouldn’t be confused with tachypnea which means an increased respiratory rate. Semantically there’s a difference between these two words. When you go jogging [...]

Cat Urinary Issues !

By |2019-09-27T12:03:17+00:00September 27th, 2019|Cats|

We all would like to know (as quickly as possible!) if our cat 🐈 is sick with a urinary issue or even worse the life threatening kidney failure that can develop. However, when a problem arises, the warning signs are not always obvious 😱 . Detecting health problems in cats is a tough task since [...]

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