One of the unfortunate truths about being a pet parent is that you will inevitably outlive your beloved pet. In this article, our Seattle vets talk about pet hospice and end-of-life care to help your pet feel comfortable at the end and provide you with the support you need.
To provide your cat with all the care they need to live a long and healthy life, it's important to be able to spot the signs of pain early and know what to do. Below, our Seattle vets discuss some of the signs that your cat is in pain, and what you can do to help.
If you have a new kitten you may be wondering about how to track their age and development during their crucial first year. Our Seattle vets share some information about how to tell how old a kitten is and advice about how to provide the best care for your new furry friend.
If your cat is diagnosed with Feline Leukemia Virus then it's important to know that with the help of your vet your cat can live a normal happy life. Our vets in Seattle talk about the symptoms and treatment options for Feline Leukemia Virus, as well as how you can help prevent it.
Roughly 20% of cats experience osteoarthritis in one or more joints during their lifetime regardless of age or breed. Luckily, there are many ways to help manage this condition. Our Seattle vets discuss arthritis and how the food your cat eats can help manage this condition.
If your cat isn't feeling well and begins to exhibit symptoms such as diarrhea it can be very concerning for both the cat and the pet parent. In today's post, our Seattle vets share some of the causes of cat diarrhea and when you should consider contacting your vet.