While long summer days spent frolicking outdoors create priceless memories, it can also pose hidden dangers to your pet. Dr. Ernest E. Ward, Jr., DVM, shares his veterinary safety tips for cat owners to keep their kitties safe in summer.
It’s a good thing our cats don’t go out and get careers for themselves because there are plenty of jobs cats can do better than humans, and we’d be replaced by felines in a heartbeat. Well, maybe they wouldn’t do the work perfectly, but they still have skills that we just lack.
It’s hard to deal with potentially heartbreaking–and expensive–news in the heat of the moment. However, there are some steps you should consider taking when you’re faced with a vet’s diagnosis that you weren’t expecting or don’t agree with.
Mobile veterinarians, which have recently been popping up in cities around the country, can help your cat get their annual wellness exam, as well as other treatments, without the stress of traveling.
Taking a cat to the veterinarian is probably the most unpleasant annual experience for felines and humans alike; follow these steps for a stress- and hassle-free trip.
But I’m going to let you in on a secret: Some pet owners are treated a little better than others. Why? Because veterinarians are human, of course, and we can’t help but appreciate people who appreciate us.