Pet Health

Why Do You Need Veterinarian Records For Your Pet?

Having your pet’s medical records is very important. Just like with humans these records give your medical provider important information. Your vet needs to know what vaccines or treatments your pet has received as well as prescriptions and any emergency treatments. As your pet’s parent it’s essential you have these records on hand. What Are …

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Feline Leukemia

Feline Leukemia (FeLV) is a retrovirus that affects domestic cats as well as lynx and the Florida Panther. Dogs and humans can not get this virus. FeLV is highly infectious and is transmitted via saliva and mucus. It is one of the leading causes of cat fatalities. Overall it affects 3% of cats. Many cats …

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Euthanasia: The Right Time To Die

Euthanasia, from a veterinary aspect, is simply ending a pet’s life. This may be done because the animal is elderly, terminally ill, or has been in a serious accident. Euthanasia is a humane and peaceful passing for the animal that does not cause pain or undue stress.