Preventative care for a cat would be coming in twice yearly and getting vaccinations along with exams from a doctor.
Cats are very good at hiding any serious diseases so we definitely recommend coming in twice yearly for an exam. If they do have anything going on with them, we can help diagnose them sooner for a longer and happier life.
For feline patients, we recommend a quality diet, good nutrition, and weight management. They should have their vaccinations, eye, ear, and dental care. We advise spaying and neutering at the right times. We also recommend flea and tick and intestinal parasite prevention. If your cat has long fur, we suggest getting them groomed. We endorse both mental and physical enrichment for them.
Some conditions that a feline patient can get are flea and tick infestations. Even if your cat does not go outside, these can be brought into the house. If our feline patients are not on a preventative, they are susceptible to getting it.
Our feline patients are amazing at hiding things. It's important to get them in to a veterinary professional to have their yearly exam done.
Failing to provide preventative care for your feline patient decreases their quality of life. That's why we recommend bringing them in twice yearly so that we can make sure that they're happy and healthy. If you have any questions about your preventative care for your cat, don't hesitate to give us a call.
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