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Happy Cat Month

This September, CATalyst Council celebrates Happy Cat Month, an event that serves to educate and inform cat owners in regards to what they can do to ensure their pet is happy.

CATalyst Council created the annual event to assist in spreading the word about the health, welfare, and value of companion cats. Often, cats are viewed as self-reliant, aloof, and less in need of medical care than dogs. The aim of this event is to counteract these stereotypes and ensure cats are well cared for, enriched, and receive the preventive care they require.

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FREE BATHS OR NAIL TRIMS!

April showers not only bring May flowers, they bring dirty pets!

Schedule an appointment for preventative pet vaccines (not including bordetella) and well care between now and April 25, 2016 and receive a complimentary bath (dogs only) OR nail trim (dogs & cats).

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Pet Dental

February is Pet Dental Month.  Throughout the month we will be sharing news, pictures and educational tips for how to take care of your pet's teeth. Most pet dental disease occurs below the gumline where it can't easily be seen which is why it is also important to have your pet's teeth checked by a veterinarian.  We will also be extending discounts off of our already low priced dental care for the month.

 

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A Cold Weather Message from the AVMA

A Cold Weather Message from the AVMA: Cats and dogs should be kept inside during cold weather. It’s a common belief that dogs and cats are resistant than people to cold weather because of their fur, but it’s untrue. Like people, cats and dogs are susceptible to frostbite and hypothermia and should be kept inside. Longer-haired and thick-coated dog breeds, such as huskies and other dogs bred for colder climates, are more tolerant of cold weather; but no pet should be left outside for long periods of time in below-freezing weather.
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Pets and Ebola

At this time, the CDC states that there have been no reports of dogs or cats becoming sick with Ebola or of being able to spread the virus to people or animals. Even in areas of Africa where Ebola is present, there have been no reports of dogs or cats becoming sick with the virus.

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CAUTION: Lilies can be highly dangerous to cats!

CAUTION: Lilies can be highly dangerous to cats!

Easter is this weekend and we want to remind you about lilies being VERY dangerous to cats. To be safe we recommend that all cat owners avoid lilies altogether, both inside and out.

The potentially fatal lilies are true lilies, including Tiger, Day, Asiatic, Easter, and Japanese Show lilies. These are all highly toxic to cats. Even small ingestions (such as chewing on the pollen, petals or leaves) can result in kidney failure and death.

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