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Why is My Cat Shaking His Head?

Ear infections in cats aren't as common as those in dogs. Having said that, if your cat has one you are likely to see a lot of head shaking and scratching by the ears.

We will occasionally see cats that have scratched and made quite a mess of the skin on their head from an ear infection.

How common are ear infections in cats?

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Wellness in Cats. How Do I Keep My Cat Healthy?

The cornerstone of care for your cat is regular physical exams. Wellness lab work helps us to see what our exam can not tell us. It is less common for cats to have regular check ups. Part of the reason for this is the stress of bringing them into the hospital. We do everything we can to make this a pleasant experience for your kitty.

The following information will help you to understand what wellness testing is and how it benefits your cat's health.

What is wellness testing?

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Vomiting in Cats

Vomiting in cats is a very troublesome issue. Some episodes of vomiting may be very easy to explain and treat. Sadly, not all vomiting is minor and the number of causes and tests can be very confusing.

The following information will help you to understand some of the issues we face when a cat vomits.

Vomiting describes the active expulsion of food from the stomach. Vomiting may be caused by disorders of the stomach but is a clinical sign that can occur with many diseases and problems.

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Vaccines for Cats

We are often asked does my cat need these vaccinations?

This is a great question. Our doctors follow the AAFP vaccine guidelines that are also endorsed by the American Animal Hospital Association. Choosing vaccinations is based on your cat's health, age and life style. Most importantly, this involves your understanding and support for the regimen.

The following is some great information that will help you to better understand and prepare for these choices.

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Red Eyes in My Cat

What do you do if your cat's eyes are red? I know it is tempting to try an over the counter remedy or some drops you have on hand. This can be dangerous because the eyes are so sensitive and if the wrong treatment is used or if treatment is delayed it can be very harmful.

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Red eyes and a common cat virus

We have all heard of Herpes. Cats have their own special Herpes virus. Just as in humans, there is no cure but it can be treated. When Herpes affects your kitty's eyes they will be red, have discharge and there may be pain and squinting caused by ulcers in the cornea.

When the eyes have ulcers it is important to treat until they are cleared.

Although we can't make the virus go away forever, we can reduce the frequency of problems.

What is feline herpesviral conjunctivitis?

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Obesity in Cats, Is My Cat Too Heavy?

Just as with humans cats that are overweight have many increased health risks. Our doctors will discuss these risks and more importantly how we can get your kitty on track to a more healthy weight.

The following information will help you to understand the issues of weight and obesity in cats.

Is feline obesity a problem?

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