Pet Health Information

This section is devoted to information about cat and dog health. If you would like information on RABBITS, please see Rabbit Health Information below.

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    House Training

    Kittens Most cats are very easy to house-train because they have a tendency to defecate and urinate in areas that have a sand or dirt-like texture. They love to “bury…

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    Deworming

    A standard protocol of the vet community is to deworm your puppy or kitten because they can carry several different parasites. They can receive these parasites from their mother, the…

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    Kitten Vaccines

    Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (FVR) – This is the virus that causes upper respiratory-tract infection, and is very easily transmitted from one cat to another through contact. Its symptoms include moderate…

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    Puppy Vaccines

    Canine Distemper (D in DHPP) – This disease is spread by discharges from the nose and eyes of infected dogs. Symptoms can include listlessness, fever, coughing, diarrhea and vomiting, convulsions…

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    The Importance of Vaccination

    When obtaining a new pet, it is very important to have them examined by a veterinarian and started on a vaccine program to protect them against fatal infections and diseases….