It is always best to go into your pet's veterinary appointment prepared with the questions you need to ask. Our Kittrell vets have listed some sample questions that you should ask your veterinarian and explain why they are important.
Our Kittrell see urinary tract infections less commonly in cats than in dogs, regardless, there are a number of other urinary conditions that can often affect older cats. Below we explain more about urinary tract infections and other urinary conditions in cats.
Routine wellness exams help to keep your pet healthy by giving your vet opportunities to examine your four-legged friend for early signs of disease and to monitor your pet's overall health. Today our Kittrell vets share more about what to expect when you bring your dog or cat in for a routine wellness exam.
If your cat is feeling unwell, they may start to show very subtle changes in their behavior and energy level but these changes are often so small that they are hard for pet owners to detect. It is important to monitor your cat so you can keep an eye out for these common signs of illness in cats.
Does your pooch's breath make you want to gag every time they come to cuddle, or do you find yourself having to warn your houseguests about the smell? Bad breath is an incredibly common issue our Kittrell vets deal with, but it can be a sign of serious health conditions, so let's get to the root cause of the issue.