There are several key things to keep in mind when handling, storing, and administering insulin for your diabetic cat. This video gives an overview of how to manage your pet's diabetic condition to give him a long, healthy, and happy life.
Fleas and ticks can carry disease so it's important to protect your cat from them. Some products protect against fleas only; others protect against both ticks and fleas and may protect against additional parasites; and some will aim to kill these pests, but offer no prevention. Your veterinarian will make a recommendation that best fits your cat's lifestyle and environment.
It's important to keep your cat's nails trimmed. This video illustrates how, with a relatively cooperative cat, it can be easier than you think. As an alternative, your veterinarian or groomer can trim your cat's nails for you.
Since pets cannot speak our language, we have to look for other signs that they may not be feeling well. Sometimes the only sign is that they are just not acting like themselves.
Since pets cannot speak our language, we have to look for other signs that they may not be feeling well. This video is a great review of signs to watch for. If you suspect that your pet may be sick, contact your veterinarian—they are the best resource for information about the health and well-being of your best friend.
An annual physical exam is a vital part of maintaining a healthy, happy, and long life for your cat. Since cats age faster than people and can't communicate when they are not feeling well, your veterinarian will gain valuable insights into the health of your cat during this routine procedure.If you have any questions or concerns, you should always visit or call your veterinarian – they are your best resource to ensure the health and well-being of your pets.