Posts from October, 2016

National Cat Day: What’s It Really All About?

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By Stacey Frazier October 29th is National Cat Day, or as my cats like to think of it, National Cat World Domination Day. Or maybe National It’s My World You Are Lucky I Let You Live In It Day. It is supposed to be a day we focus on the nearly 4 million cats that are taken in by shelters annually and how we can reduce that number and make their lives better. My cats think it should be the day I think about how to make THEIR lives better. This year they actually sent me a list. Continue…

Pet Nutrition: Knowing How and What To Feed Your Pet

pet nutritionLet’s face it; pet nutrition is vital to your pet’s health.  There are many places to seek information on-line, some of them good and some bad.  In fact, a recent survey reported six out of ten pet owners are researching pet health topics online before or after visiting their veterinarian.  Dr. Anna Coffin recommends consulting with your veterinarian about your pet’s nutrition and ask them for a reputable on-line place to search these topics. Continue…

Urinary Crystals From A Cat’s Perspective

urinary crystals cat veterinary careWritten by Tank Watts   When Dr. Anna asked me to tell my story, I was hesitant. I didn’t really want to talk about it. I mean, it’s personal, right? But she kept asking, and telling me how others had the same problem, and how talking about it was the best way to teach people about it, so here goes- my name is Tank, I’m a male cat, and I suffer from chronic urinary crystals. Continue…

Pet Obesity: Is Your Pet Overweight?

October 2nd is National Pet Obesity Awareness Day.  Did you know that more than 50% of pets in the United States are overweight?  Pet Obesity is a growing problem and is becoming an epidemic.  Unfortunately, many pet owners don’t recognize that their pet is overweight.  This week’s blog will help you determine if your pet is overweight. Continue…

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