This week on Facebook, someone posted pictures of their new kitten! Yeah! Soft fuzzy kitties! They had questions about where to go to find a veterinarian that shared their concerns about over vaccinating their beautiful new little baby. Vaccines can be very confusing and down right scary depending on what you might read on the internet.
This week on our YouTube show the Treat Fairy, service dog trainer Neil Hutchins-Resto and I discuss some of the pros and cons of vaccines, vaccines schedules, and Cat Nip!
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Recently in the clinic, we had someone drop off a perfectly beautiful cat to be put to sleep for being “old” and urinating all over the house. I had serious reservations about performing the procedure without at least giving the kitty a good check up. After performing a thorough physical exam (and checking a quick urine sample), the owners of the clinic and I both decided to offer to treat the kitty (at our expense) for a urinary tract infection if the clients would be willing to let us try to save her. Luckily, they agreed! And after a close call she is back at home with the rest of her family.
This week this same question came up in the Facebook group Positive Pet Advice. Today we discuss what to do if your kitty is going to the bathroom outside of the litter box.
Additionally, a question was asked about what types of tooth care products are best to use on your animals. I let you know my favorites so you don’t waste your money on ineffective products.
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This week in the clinic we performed 3 ultrasounds on cats that were vomiting or losing weight, and unfortunately, the youngest one ended up having a tumor which will need surgery. Poor kitty! Since in the Facebook group Positive Pet Advice a question was asked about vomiting in cats, we thought it would make a good topic for this week’s video blog.
In the dog segment, my pal, the service dog trainer Neil Hutchins-Resto (aka #thetreatfairy), also discuss another important topic which created a lot of stir in the group this week, and that is the adult dog who is still soiling in the house.
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This week 1/19/2017, my pal Neil-Hustchins Resto, an excellent service dog trainer, work together to discuss two hot topics creating a lot of controversy in the Facebook group Positive Pet Advice the past few days.
We discuss how could anyone ever have a declawed cat, and
How to tell the difference between play and aggression in dogs.
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Lot’s of people want animals in their lives, but don’t always get them because they are not sure if they have enough room in their condo, small home, or small acreage for the animals they would like to have. Here in this live video clip we talk about just this very subject.
Additionally, I answered a viewer question about how to keep a puppy quiet in a crate at night, and as usual, I attempt to demonstrate brushing my cat’s teeth, and encouraging you to give it a try!
I am so excited to share with you that I was just advised that I have a top-performing video on eHow.com from 2012!
After gathering their top performers from the past year, my video Natural Way to Feed a Cat ranked in the Top 20 of all published videos. Considering they published thousands of videos in 2012, this is quite an accomplishment. In fact, my video totaled over 20,000 page views!
I could not be more please that I was able to share good information about natural health care for cats. Hopefully my suggestions will help some kitties out there live happier and healthier, longer.
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