Complete Wellness Care
Comprehensive Care for Your Cat
We are a compassionate team of experienced professionals who have dedicated our entire careers to cats. We look forward to meeting both you and your cat! Book an appointment for your feline friend today.
A yearly physical exam is a helpful tool in maintaining your cat’s health. This valuable face-to-face time allows us to discuss diet and nutrition, behavioral problems and your cat’s general health and well-being. This will also allow for early detection of issues that may be avoided with preventative measures.
Part of a well-rounded approach to your feline’s overall health is a yearly fecal exam to screen for intestinal parasites. It is vital for outdoor cats to undergo screenings for roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, etc. Indoor cats are at a lower risk for intestinal parasites, however, it is not uncommon.
Flea and heartworm prevention (such as the application of a topical medicine once a month) is much easier than treatment after the fact. If left untreated, fleas can lead to worse problems like skin disease and (in severe cases) anemia. Currently, there is no cure for heartworms in felines leaving prevention as the only option.
Obesity is a major health issue that continues to grow among felines in the U.S. Obesity can leave your cat predisposed to diabetes, joint disease, skin issues and other health problems. We will offer guidance regarding your cat’s diet and nutrition needs so that your fur-baby leads a long, healthy, happy life under your care.
One in three pets becomes lost in their lifetime with 90% of those never returning home, according to the HomeAgain website. We always recommend microchipping as an easy, effective solution to this problem. The process is quick and only painful for a short time. Call us with your questions about microchipping today!
Food allergies, inflammatory bowel disorder, renal disease and geriatrics disease are just a few situations that require specialized diet programs. If your cat falls into the senior category, he or she may also need specialized nutrition advice. We are happy to assess your cat’s particular needs and make recommendations.
Feline behavioral problems can occur at any age. Whether you are bringing home a brand new kitten, adopting an older cat or need to assess a long time family member, we are here to answer any questions you may have about your cat’s behavioral issues. Book online or call us to schedule an appointment for your feline.