At Cat Care Hospital, LLC, we offer a variety of services to care for your pet. If you have any questions or would like more information on how we can care for your pet, please contact us today.
Regular exams and checkups are a critical component of your pets’ health care. We advise all pet owners to bring their animals in for routine examinations. Seeing your pets for regular checkups allows our veterinarians to establish a baseline in your pet’s’ body chemistry so that we can be aware of any potentially harmful changes.
Not every pet needs to be vaccinated against every disease. It depends on your location and your pets’ lifestyle, so it is important to discuss both with our staff and your veterinarian. There are many vaccines available, and together we can decide which are the most important for your pets.
Dental Care for Cats
Dental care is often overlooked, though it is very important. Bad dental disease can lead to many health problems, including heart, liver, and kidney disease because it travels through the bloodstream. Even scarier is that the disease affects 70 percent of cats over the age of three.
Flea Control and Prevention
Fleas can be horrible. Not only do they infest your pets, but also they live in many dark spaces in your home. They like dark and warm places. They can be found in carpet, bedding, and more. If you get fleas in your home, it is not easy to get rid of them. Fortunately for us, we offer a prevention (or preventative choices) for fleas and ticks. These medications need to be given every month for the best results. We also recommend giving them all year round because fleas and ticks can cause problems no matter what time of year it is.
Our in-house laboratory allows us to perform an array of diagnostic tests that help us care for your pet. This ranges from simple laboratory tests to more complex diagnostic tools that help us in treating your pet.
One way we give your pets the best care is with digital radiology. It is quick. We can often see the images seconds after we take the films. It also saves time because we don’t have to repeat films if they are too dark or too light. We can simply change the contrast!
Internal Medicine is a field of study that is specific to an animal’s inner body systems. We look at the function of various areas of your pets’ inside parts through non-invasive means, giving our doctors a clearer picture of your pet’s’ health.
Cats with hyperthyroidism require blood work usually every six months, as well as close monitoring of their kidney values, as hyperthyroidism can mask kidney disease. However most cats that are diagnosed with hyperthyroidism live long, healthy lives with treatment.
This type of surgery is less painful, faster, easier healing, reduces bleeding, swelling and infection. Available for spaying and neutering and used for all declaw procedures and most surgical procedures.
We also treat diabetes and urinary disease.