Good oral health is a very important part of the overall health of your feline friend. Regular dental exams and oral care will keep your kitty smiling for years to come.
While the possibility of having worms is definitely greater for outdoor cats, your indoor cat is also at risk. Fleas and worm eggs can enter the home on our shoes, clothing, other pets, potting soil or house flies.
Our senior cats face the same health issues as we do in our golden years, such as arthritis, diabetes, hyperthyroidism, and kidney disease. Regular veterinary visits are even more important during this stage in your pet's life. The sooner we catch any changes in your pet's health, the better chance...
Fleas and ticks, they will drive you and your feline family members crazy. With our ever-changing temperatures here in Nova Scotia, these annoying critters are here to stay. Prevention is key and we can suggest the best option for your family.