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Rodenticide Toxicities in Pets
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General Information:

There are several types of rodenticides available. Anticoagulant rodenticides are the most commonly used household pest control product, but other types are available that are more toxic and do not have an antidote readily accessible. If you have a rodent infestation, we recommend contacting an exterminator to resolve the problem in a way that limits the risk to your pet.

Anticoagulant rodenticides include (but are not limited to):

  • Havoc
  • Liqua-Tox II
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Feline Dental Care: Tartar Control Treats
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The following are recommended by the Veterinary Oral Health Council:

Prescription Diet® Feline t/d

CET Chews

Science Diet Oral Care Diet for Cats

Friskies Feline Dental Diet

Tips to help your cat enjoy CET Chews: 

The clear coating covering the CET Chew Treat contains the enzyme treatment that helps destroy plaque. The rest of the chew is simply freeze-dried catfish. After a period of time most cats will eat the entire chew.

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Feline Immunization Safety
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For years routine immunization of cats, dogs, and people has been the basis of preventive health care. We have compiled this informational handout to help clarify recent research into the safety and potential side effects of the various feline immunizations, and to make you aware of the steps we have taken to insure the health of your cat.

The diseases for which your cat is at risk.

Cats that venture outdoors are at risk for contracting any infectious feline disease. This includes two feline upper respiratory infections (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis and Calicivirus), Panleukopenia (otherwise known as “Distemper”), Feline Leukemia, a... Read More

Seizures in Cats
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What is a seizure?

A seizure is also known as a convulsion or fit. It may have all or any combination of the following:

1. Loss or derangement of consciousness

2. Contractions of all the muscles in the body

3. Changes in mental awareness from unresponsiveness to hallucinations

4. Involuntary urination, defecation, or salivation

5. Behavioral changes, including not recognizing the owner, viciousness, pacing, and running in circles

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