One of the key aspects of your kitty's health care will be routine veterinary visits. These checkups help to ensure that your cat is happy and healthy. Today, our Cumming vets answer questions like 'How often do you take a cat to the vet?' and 'What are the recommended vet visits for kittens?'.
By preparing ahead of your dog or cat's veterinary appointment you can help make your visit go smoothly and ensure that you don't forget to ask any important questions. Our Cumming vets share some of the most common questions to ask your vet and what to expect from your pet's routine exam.
While all cats will vomit sometimes, frequent or severe vomiting can indicate that your cat is suffering from a more serious issue. Today, our Cumming vets discuss the causes of vomiting in cats, and when you should seek veterinary assistance.
We all know it: cats love sleeping. Sometimes they love it so much that concerned cat owners wonder if they should be concerned that their cat sleeps so much. Here, our Cumming vets discuss how much is too much sleeping for cats and when you should worry.
When you think of heavy breathing and panting, you probably think of dogs. But did you know cats can exhibit this behavior too? Sometimes, it's normal, and sometimes, it's not. Here, our Cumming vets discuss why your cat might be breathing heavy, what you can do about it, and when you should be concerned.
If you have a pet cat that is pregnant, you might be wondering how to care for her during the process and how long it takes before they go into labor. In this post, our Cumming veterinarians discuss how to tell if your cat is pregnant and how long they are pregnant for, as well as how to care for them during the birthing process.
When it comes to health concerns in dogs, the most commonly seen are usually associated with dental health, especially as the dogs get older. Our dog dentists in Cumming share some of the most common types of dental problems in dogs and what can be done to help prevent these issues from occurring.
A boarding facility is a great option when you need to leave your pet somewhere safe while you're away on vacation. However, this can be trickier when your pet has consistent medical issues and requires constant monitoring and attention. Here, our Cumming vets explain medical pet boarding and why it might be a good option for you.