Our Flat Rock vets understand that cats can be notoriously fussy eaters, so if your cat is refusing to eat it can be difficult to pinpoint the cause. Here are a few common reasons why your cat may not be eating, and when you should visit your vet.
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Anemia refers to the decrease in red blood cells or hemoglobin in your cat's body. This condition rarely appears on its own and is usually an indicator of another condition affecting your cat. Our Flat Rock veterinarians describe the types of anemia in cats and offer some insight on causes, symptoms and treatment options.
Dogs will often pant in order to cool down, but in cats this behavior is much less common and can be a symptom of an underlying health problem. Our Flat Rock vets share some of the reasons your cat might be panting or breathing heavily, and when to seek emergency care for your pet.
Any veterinary medical procedure will have some risk associated with it. That said, when it comes to vaccinations, in most cases the benefits far outweigh the risks. In today's post our Flat Rock vets share some common reactions pets have to vaccinations, and what to do if your pet has a reaction to getting their shots.
Fungal infections in cats can cause a wide range of alarming symptoms - and leave people and animals in danger of infection. Our Flat rock vets explain causes, symptoms and treatment for these conditions.
Cats (especially indoor cats, or older ones with slower metabolism) may battle weight gain. In this post, we review signs that your cat may be overweight and how to address the issue.
Vaccinations can help to protect your pet from serious, sometimes deadly conditions, but do all pets face the same amount of risk of contracting these conditions? Today our Flat Rock vets explain the differences between essential, core vaccines and lifestyle vaccines.