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Feature May 2016 Issue

The Benefits of a Cats-Only Vet Practice

One advantage to using a cats-only practice is that the veterinarian is likely to be extremely knowledgable about health conditions specific to cats.

The Benefits of a Cats-Only Vet Practice

Two major advantages include a more quiet, less stressful environment, and a veterinarian who likely has extra experience in diagnosing feline illness.

All companion animals require regular veterinary attention. Cats aren’t “little dogs” — they have their own unique and specific medical requirements. Additionally, many cats are extremely anxious when being cared for at a veterinary hospital that cares for both dogs and cats. To provide cats with the most appropriate care — and the least stressful experience possible — there are many advantages in using the services of a feline-only veterinary practice.

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