We perform all the veterinary services you would come to expect from a normal vet.
The difference is we focus exclusively on cat specific or feline specific conditions and coupled with our own in-house diagnostics, x-rays, ultrasounds and other testing procedures, we get results back usually the same day allowing for quicker diagnosis.
Cats may develop eye problems such as:
- Cataracts etc.
Other eye diseases cats may develop throughout their life include conjunctivitis, uveitis, infections, etc. and can all lead to serious issues.
Always make sure your cat has healthy looking, beautiful eyes. If you notice any changes, book an appointment to see your vet.
Oncology (Cancer Treatments)
While cancer isn’t as common in cats as it is in dogs, it still affects a number of our feline friends. During appointments, our Doctor is always looking for clinical signs because cats have a tendency to mask illnesses, which can be harder to detect.
Our clinic offers different treatment options if necessary.
During your cat’s annual checkup, a particular diet may be recommended to better your cats health. Conditions such as obesity, osteoarthritis, kidney disease, diabetes and many others all require a special diet. Book a nutritional consultation with your vet or animal health technologist to learn more about preventative diets.
Various cat behavior problems such as inappropriate urination or defecation, aggression or anxiety can cause stress on cats and their owners.
Self mutilation, over grooming or obsessive behavior are also commonly seen in cats. In addition, there are many other behavioral issues that cats can exhibit.
All cats acting out of the ordinary should be examined. Our staff can help resolve problems that your feline friend is having; this will make life much easier.
Microchip Implant Facility
Less than 5% of lost cats are reunited with their owners due to lack of identification.
We find that cats often do not wear collars, and may now have any other form of ID if lost. Microchipping is a relatively painless, non-invasive way of helping locate your feline friend if necessary.
Emergency Vet Services
Unfortunately, accidents do happen.
When an emergency happens to your furry friend, we are here for you. Pet parents can have peace of mind knowing that they can bring their cats to us with or without a scheduled appointment during our office hours.