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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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High Blood Pressure in Cats

Like in humans high blood pressure can affect the health of our pets.  Hypertension (high blood pressure) occurs in dogs and cats but this blog will focus on cats. At North Hill Animal Hospital, we most commonly measure systolic blood pressure.

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6 Ways to Help Your Pet With Mobility Issues

We see many pets that come into North Hill Animal Hospital that have mobility issues, usually, they are older in age but we still see it in younger pets as well.

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Cat Pattern Baldness

Cats can get patterns of hair loss, which could be their way of expressing themselves through choosing to style their fur in their own unique way by fashioning a funky hairdo, but more often than not it’s an indication of an underlying problem.

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Tips for Litter Box Placement

We have three cats at home. We love them dearly. Their bathroom habits are good and that is because we have followed the recommendations of the American Association of Feline Practitioners. Litter box guidelines from the AAFP help to prevent behaviour related poop and pee accidents around the house. The guidelines recommend  one litter box […]

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The Cuterebra Parasite

The ‘Other’ bug under the skin.

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