Vaccinations are intended to protect your cat from infectious diseases that can cause serious health problems or potentially be fatal.  This includes feline distemper, leukemia, calicivirus, rhinotracheitis, chlamydia and rabies.  Our doctors can recommend an appropriate vaccination schedule for your cat depending on his/her individual needs.  It is important that we are aware of their […]

Zoonotic Diseases

A zoonotic disease is any infection that can be transmitted between humans and animals, either from direct contact, indirect contact, or shared environmental exposure. More Information Zoonotic Diseases: Cats

Parasite Control for Senior Cats

Senior cats can carry intestinal parasites that have a potential to affect themselves and also people. The classic intestinal parasites include roundworm (most common), hookworms and tapeworms. It is important to remember to regularly give deworming to cats as recommended by your veterinarian. Please notify us of any travel plans or hunting habits as this […]