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Veterinary Diets vs Store Bought Diets

Exactly why is Vet food so much more money? And why would I spend that when I can get the same food at the grocery store? Am I getting ripped off?! At $60+ a bag, yes, you would think that you might be getting taken to the cleaners on dog or cat food. Let me […]

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Cats – When Should Your Cat See a Veterinarian?

Annual Physical Exams Cats tend to hide their illnesses in the early stages. A veterinarian can detect signs of disease and treat or prevent problems from progressing. You should take your cat to your veterinarian at least once a year for a complete physical examination.

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The “Indoor” Cat

“But my cat never goes outside” is something I hear on a regular basis, and this is usually followed with the question “do they need a health check and vaccines?” My answer – Absolutely YES, and here are just a few of the reasons why:

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Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

Just like us, diabetes is a disease that affects our furry companions and more cases are diagnosed every year. We cannot cure diabetes, but with the proper care and treatments it can be managed and those affected can live long happy lives.

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Veterinary Diets vs Store Bought Diets

Exactly why is Vet food so much more money? And why would I spend that when I can get the same food at the grocery store? Am I getting ripped off?! At $60+ a bag, yes, you would think that you might be getting taken to the cleaners on dog or cat food. Let me de-mystify the cost versus quality question.

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Last updated: June 21, 2022.

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