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Stephanie Betbeze, DVM
Sep 21, 2021

Many people burp after eating a large meal or drinking a beverage. Dogs also routinely burp after drinking a lot of water on a hot summer day. But can cats burp? And if they can, does it mean something is wrong? Here’s what you should know about cat burping and what you… Read More

Heidi Kos-Barber, DVM
Aug 31, 2021

Sometimes it’s difficult to tell if what your kitty is doing is normal cat behavior. For instance, you may wonder if your cat’s drooling is normal or something to be concerned about. Here are some reasons why cats drool and some signs to look for so you know when your cat’s… Read More

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Katie Grzyb, DVM
Jul 27, 2021

A spay, also known as an ovariohysterectomy, is a common procedure that is performed on female cats. Spaying is performed to sterilize cats, which means they can no longer have kittens. There are many benefits to spaying your cat. Spaying prevents uterine infections (… Read More

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Katie Grzyb, DVM
Jul 27, 2021

Dental disease in cats is a condition that shows up often in middle-aged cats. Since only 20% of a cat’s teeth can be seen during a normal physical examination, your cat should have complete oral health evaluations that are performed under general anesthesia. Cat tooth… Read More

Leslie Gillette, DVM
Nov 03, 2020

Discovering that your cat has worms can be an unpleasant experience for any pet owner. Not only can finding the worms be frightful (and gross), but their presence can also raise some serious concerns about the health of your cat. However, there are a number of safe and… Read More

Ellen Malmanger, DVM
Sep 01, 2020

Many people consider cats to be self-sufficient, independent pets. But you might be surprised to know that cat health care requires just as much effort as dog health care. Because many cats are indoor-only, and they’re difficult to get into a cat carrier, some pet parents… Read More