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Feature December 2018 Issue

Advantages of Cats-Only Clinics

A quiet waiting room — without the noise and activity of dogs — can make the vet visit a lot less stressful for your cat.

Advantages of Cats-Only Clinics

Your pet will receive care in a less stressful setting, and will benefit from staff and veterinarians who are extra knowledgable about cat behavior and health conditions.

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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