Periodontal Disease in Cats

Periodontal Disease in Cats

Periodontal Disease in Cats More than 85% of cats over 4 years of age have periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is a progressive inflammation of the supporting structures around the teeth. Signs of periodontal disease include bad breath, redness or bleeding along...
Feline Urinary Problems

Feline Urinary Problems

Feline Urinary Problems Cats can develop serious urinary problems, so it’s important to learn how to recognize trouble signs early. If your cat is unable to urinate, this is an emergency requiring immediate veterinary attention. A veterinary checkup is very important...
Feline Obesity

Feline Obesity

Feline Obesity Obesity (the storage of excess fat) is usually caused by excessive food intake and insufficient exercise. One of the biggest problems in pets is overfeeding. By examining your cat, your veterinarian can determine whether he or she is overweight or obese...
Pet Dental Care

Pet Dental Care

Pet Dental Care Without routine dental care, most dogs and cats develop periodontal (dental) disease by 3 years of age. Periodontal disease is the most common health problem in dogs and cats. Bad breath may be a sign of periodontal disease in your pet. Providing...