• What to Expect When Taking Your Cat to the Vet Clinic for a Routine Check-Up

    Has your feline friend been acting a bit off lately? It might be time for a visit to the vet clinic for a routine check-up. Regular check-ups are crucial for maintaining the health and well-being of your cat. Read on to learn what to expect during a routine visit to the vet clinic. Vaccines: Protecting Your Cat from Disease One of the first things you can expect during a routine check-up is a discussion about vaccinations.
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  • What Dog Owners Should Know About Heartworm

    Dogs can become infested with many different types of worms. But if there is one that really stands out as a distinct threat, it is heartworm. Since heartworm can take a dog's life and cause serious illness, it is important that you are informed about heartworm as a dog owner. Keep reading to learn the basics. What is heartworm? Heartworms are a type of parasitic worm. They live in the heart and lungs of the animals that they infest.
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  • How Can You Help Your Cat With Cerebellar Hypoplasia?

    Cerebellar hypoplasia (CH), or wobbly kitten syndrome, is a condition where a part of the brain (the cerebellum) is underdeveloped. Cats with this disorder may experience issues with balance, coordination, and fine motor skills. If you have a cat with CH, they may have a pronounced sway as they walk, and may experience intense tremors. It may be distressing at first to watch a kitten with CH move, but the good news is that CH doesn't cause pain or affect a cat's lifespan.
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