Modern Veterinary Care

Modern Veterinary Care

Three Reasons Why Your Cat Needs Grooming Services

Many pet parents treat cats like they're self-sufficient and can take care of all their grooming needs by themselves. Since cats are so fastidious and good at cleaning their fur, it's reasonable for people to think this way. However, the reality is, cats often need a little help in order to stay completely clean and healthy. Here are three reasons why you should consi

How To Put Antibiotic Gel On Your Cat's Eyes (Safely)

When cats have a problem with their eyes that calls for antibiotics, vets often prescribe an antibiotic gel. This product can be a little intimidating for you to use since you have to directly apply it to your cat's eye. The good news is that most pet parents can master this easily if they know how to go about it. Here's how you can apply antibiotic gel to your kitty'

Three Canine Conditions That Require A Stay At The Veterinary Hospital

Americans love their pets, and for most animal owners, their pets are like members of the family. In fact, according to recent statistics, pet owners spend an average of about $125 monthly on their pets. Dogs are the second-most expensive, with an average of just under $140 spent every month. Horses rank number one at over twice that amount. In addition to food, toys,

Keeping Your Dog Safe And Healthy In The Snow: Tips For You

If you are living in an area that has cold and snowy winters, you may find yourself wondering about your dog's safety and well-being during the cold season. When there is snow on the ground, there are many precautions that you can and should take to keep your dog safe and healthy when they are out and about in the snow. Find out some of these precautions you should ta

Can You Adopt A FELV- Or FIV-Infected Cat If You Have Other Cats?

Many human caregivers want to give any cat that they come across an opportunity, especially if that cat has special needs. If you're interested in adopting a cat into your home that's infected with FELV (feline leukemia virus) or FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus), the good news is that it's entirely possible to do, even if you have uninfected cats living in you