We earned Gold Level Cat Friendly Practice® from American Assoc. of Feline Practitioners.
We are one of 8 practices state-wide with this level of accreditation. As a Cat Friendly Practice® we take extra steps to reduce the stress associated with your cat's visit, making it a calmer experience for you and your cat. Our staff is trained to approach and handle cats in a gentle, empathetic, and caring manner. Some... things we have implemented to reduce stress are: an exam room dedicated to cats only, a separate waiting area for felines with a garden view, Feliway pheromone towels and room diffusers, feline only hospital ward, and hospital cages with soft towels and hide boxes.When you see our Cat Friendly Practice® designation certificate, you can be confident your cat will be given exceptional care and attention through all phases of the visit including examinations, procedures, and/or hospitalization. You?ll love the way we care for your cat.
October is Dermatology Month
Flea Allergy Dermatitis is the most common allergic skin disease of dogs and cats. It is caused when fleas bite your pet, causing itching and irritation. Prevention includes using a monthly flea prevention, such as a Seresto Collar, Nexgard, Revolution, Frontline Plus, or Frontline Tritak.