Keeping your cat as comfortable and pain-free as possible is one of the most important goals we have when performing dental work or elective surgery.
Folks around Boulder have been telling us they are seeing a lot more ticks this year than they’ve seen in previous years. We’ve seen quite a few too over the past few months when we’d seen almost none at all before that. Read on to learn what you need to know about your cat and ticks in Colorado.
Cats hide pain extremely well, and dental pain is no exception. Cats with dental problems that would have any human screaming for an emergency dentist visit will often eat normally and behave as though everything is fine. It can be extremely difficult to determine at home if your cat has oral pain.
In part 5 of our series on what you need to know when vaccinating your cat focuses on other feline vaccines and finding the right balance.
Part 4 of our 5 part series on what you need to know when vaccinating your cat focuses on feline infectious diseases for which we might consider vaccination.