Health & Wellness

Just like us, our cats can get sick. Keep on top of your cat’s health and wellness with tips and advice written and reviewed by our Vets.

Why Your Dog or Cat May Have Fleas, Even if You Never See Them

Is your pet itchy but you have check over and over again and never seen a flea? Is your vet saying they have fleas but you disagree? If so, please read on.
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Kidney Disease in Cats

Is your older cat drinking lots and leaving big puddles in the litter box? One possible explanation is kidney disease. Here are some things you should know.
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Diabetes in Cats

Inactivity and obesity can lead to a higher risk of diabetes. We explore the causes of feline diabetes and give advice to help lower the risk for your cat.
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Arthritis in Cats

We explore the common causes of arthritis in cats and methods for ensuring your feline senior citizen remains comfortable and pain free.
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Does Your Cat Need to Drink More Water?

We all know cats are not good water drinkers. They always seem to be hovering right on the brink of dehydration. We have some tips to get them drinking water.
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Obesity in Cats. Is Your Cat Overweight?

We explore the health risks associated with obesity in cats and offer some useful tips for improving your cat's health and wellbeing.
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Regular Vet Checks for Your Cat

Regular visits to the vet can significantly improve the early diagnosis and treatment of issues which may impact on your cat's health.
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Cat Depression: Spot the Signs and Know How to Help

Spotting the signs of depression in cats can be challenging…which is why we’re here to help.
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Choosing Soft Toys That Are Safe For Your Pet

Buying toys for your pets is like buying toys for your toddler. Be sure to follow these pet safety tips to reduce the risk of injury to your furry friend.
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Cat Teeth Cleaning & Dental Care

We take a look at the importance of proper dental care for your cat and share some tips to help ensure their mouth stays clean and healthy.

Featured Articles

How Long Do Cats Live: Aging and Your Cat

The first thing to stress about aging in cats is that aging itself is not a disease. There are some normal changes that your cat will undergo.  There are also some abnormal changes that we need to pay close attention to.

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