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Feline Friendly Practice’s – What Are They?

As a cat owner myself, I know how stressful it can be to bring a cat into the veterinary office. They are telepathic it seems, and know when you are planning to bring them in; they hide and resist being put in the carrier.

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New Product Focus – Feliway Feliscratch to Prevent Destructive Scratching

Scratching is normal and healthy behaviour for cats. Not only can cats sharpen their claws, shed the outer sheath of the nail, exercise the muscles of the forelimbs and spine and facilitate stretching, it is also a means to communicate with other cats.

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Recognizing the Normal in Your Cat’s Routine

Cats are interesting creatures. They either enjoy the touch of their human and are extremely friendly, or they don’t like to be touched at all (especially that belly – beware the belly) and are friendly to a certain extent, if at all.

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Summer Heat Can Kill

There have been many reports of dogs and children being left in cars in recent years, some with devastating results, destroying families and taking lives.

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The 411 on Flea and Tick Shampoos

There are many products on the market to help combat fleas and ticks, both directly from the veterinarian and off the shelf from the store. When the cost is high on the products available through the veterinary office, why not reach for an inexpensive shampoo found in the pet aisle of the store?

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