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Introducing a Cat into the Household
Introducing a new cat into a household with existing cats can seem like an overwhelming task. The transition can take several weeks but planning ahead can reduce the stress, allow for an easier transition, and build a positive relationship between your feline companions.
The first few days you should isolate your new cat in a separate room with... [Read more of this review]
Alternative Treatment Options for Pets with Behavior Problems
The administration of prescription medications has become the hallmark of western medical therapy in both human and veterinary medicine. These drugs have alleviated illness and suffering, and allowed for a healthier quality of life for both human and veterinary patients. The use of anxiolytic (antianxiety) medications is universal in the treatment of... [Read more of this review]
We are Certified Cat-Friendly!
The AAFP Welcomes Olathe Animal Hospital to the Cat Friendly Practice Program
Cats are purring their way into the hearts and homes of the American public. The cat is king, with more than 86 million cats loved as pets, compared to 78 million dogs. With the number of people choosing cats steadily increasing, the American Association of Feline Practitioners... [Read more of this review]
Getting your cat to the Veterinarian
The average domestic house cat leads a comfortable, routine life. A typical daily agenda might involve sleeping in a prime sun spot, chasing a favorite toy, or playing with that vase of fresh cut flowers. What is NOT on a cat’s preferred agenda? —–a visit to the veterinarian. A trip to the veterinary hospital can be quite stressful... [Read more of this review]
Early treatment of GI stasis in a rabbit
You are your rabbit’s best advocate. You know best what her eating habits area, how active she normally is, and what her poops normally look like. So when you notice any changes, you owe it to your bunny to talk to a veterinarian about the changes you’ve seen. It may be nothing, but it may be a sign that she’s developing a more serious... [Read more of this review]
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