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National Cat Lovers Month

December 01, 2022

If you’re a cat lover, this is the month for you! From December 1st to the 31st, we’ll be celebrating National Cat Lovers Month. That means it’s time to get out your whiskers and celebrate all things feline. So what if you don’t own a pet? This is still the perfect time of year to learn more about these wonderful creatures and perhaps adopt one yourself! Read on as a local vet talks about cats … Read More »

National Pet Cancer Awareness Month

November 02, 2022

November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and you guessed it -just like humans, pets can get cancer too. In fact, cancer is the leading cause of death in older dogs and cats, so it’s important that we have the best resources available for the prevention and treatment of this disease. Read on as a local vet talks about National Pet Cancer Awareness Month and things you can do to lower your pet’s risk of … Read More »

Cognitive Decline in Senior Cats

October 17, 2022

Did you know that, just like people, cats can experience a decline in cognitive abilities as they age? Cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS) is not uncommon in senior kitties. A vet discusses this condition below. Causes There’s no one specific cause for feline CDS; it appears to be mostly age-related. About a third of kitties between the ages of 11 and 14 show at least one behavior that is associated with CDS. With cats older than … Read More »

And Meow, A Word About Cat Towers

September 16, 2022

Does your kitty like high places? Do you often find your feline friend perched on the back of a sofa or on top of the fridge? If you think about it, Fluffy’s love of heights makes purrfect sense. Kitties can’t see very much from ground level! This is only one reason they love cat towers. A Georgetown, IN veterinarian offers some insight on this below. Why Kitties Enjoy Towers As mentioned above, cats love high … Read More »

Adopting A Homeless Animal

August 16, 2022

Homeless Animal Day is coming up on August 20th. This was started by the International Society of Animal Rights back in 1992, as a way to raise awareness about the plight of homeless pets and the struggles and hardships they face. Of course, quite a few of our patients were once homeless themselves. And while not all stray animals are well-suited for a pet’s life, there are definitely some happy endings out there. A Georgetown, … Read More »

Summer Treats For Pets

July 15, 2022

Summertime is in full swing! Ice cream is a very popular seasonal snack at this time of year. Of course, it isn’t safe to share with your furry friend: it has way too much fat and sugar. However, your animal companion can still enjoy a cold snack on those scorching hot days. Here, a Georgetown, IN vet lists some summer treats you can offer your four-legged buddy. Dogs Fido has a pretty healthy appetite, so … Read More »

Tornado Pet Preparation Tips

July 03, 2022

For those of us who live in Tornado Alley, being prepared for twisters is par for the course. While tornado season is winding down, tornadoes can happen any time certain weather conditions are met. Tornados are particularly terrifying, not only because they are so dangerous, but also because they can happen so quickly. It’s important to be ready at all times! That of course means taking steps to prepare your pet as well. A Georgetown, … Read More »

Leaving Your Cat Home Alone

June 16, 2022

Summer is upon us! Like many of you, we’re thrilled to see things getting back to normal after years of quarantines and social distancing. It’s probably safe to say that a lot of you will be traveling this summer. While dogs love to accompany their people, well, everywhere, cats tend to be homebodies. In this article, a Georgetown, IN vet discusses leaving Fluffy home by herself. Stimulation Our feline buddies are for some reason collectively … Read More »

Foster A Pet Month

June 01, 2022

June is Foster A Pet Month. Many of our beloved patients were fosters at one point. Fostering fills an incredibly important role when it comes to animal welfare. A local Georgetown, IN vet goes over some information on fostering in this article. Benefits Of Fostering There are many reasons pets may need to be fostered. Young kittens and puppies may still need round the clock care. Then, when they get a little older, they may … Read More »

Tips For Playing With Your Cat

May 17, 2022

Is your feline buddy still frisky and playful? This is always super cute to watch. As it turns out, one of the best things you can do for Fluffy is to play with her regularly. A Georgetown, IN vet offers some advice on playing with kitties in this article. Do It Regularly! First and foremost, take time to play with your furry bff every day. This will benefit Fluffy both mentally and physically. It will … Read More »

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