Category: Cat Care

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Bringing Your New Cat Home

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June is Adopt A Cat Month! If you are adopting a new kitty, you definitely have our support. We love meeting our new patients! Read on as a Fayetteville, NC vet offers some tips on bringing Fluffy home. Be Prepared Before the big day, make sure that you have everything Fluffy will need ready and … Read More »

Poison Ivy and Pets

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For humans, one of the bad parts about spending time outside during warm weather is the risk of coming into contact with poison ivy, oak, or sumac. Did you know that these plants can also affect our pets? It’s not extremely common for pets to develop a reaction to poison ivy, but it’s entirely possible. … Read More »

COVID-19 Update: Revised Procedures

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We have implemented the following to help protect our staff and clients during this challenge of COVID-19. We will maintain our regular business hours to be available to the needs of our clients and patients, but our lobby will be closed to the public. Please call (910) 484-7153 when you arrive for your appointment. One … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, Dog Care

Fun Facts About Siamese Cats

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April 6th is National Siamese Cat Day! Known for being charismatic and talkative, these cute cats have some very loyal fans. A vet lists some fun facts about these remarkable felines below. What’s In A Name? The name Siamese cat translates to wichien-matt which means “moon diamond.” That’s a purrfect moniker for these pretty cats! … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, General

Coronavirus Update: Our hospital is OPEN to treat patients!

Veterinary Medicine is currently classified as an essential service and caring for sick patients is of critical importance to us. In order to continue to remain open, we ask for your cooperation and understanding as we move forward. Our goal is to keep our staff, pets, and clients safe and healthy during this outbreak. We … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, Dog Care

Does Your Cat Have a Cold?

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Did you know that our feline friends can get their own version of colds or flus? In many cases, cats just feel a bit stuffy and tired for a few days, and then recover on their own. However, kitty colds can develop into upper respiratory infections, or URIs. These can be extremely dangerous! Senior cats … Read More »

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