Archives: Cat Care

  • A Very Merry West Greenwich Animal Hospital!

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    ‘Twas the day before Christmas at the Animal Hospital We were rushing to get ready for anything possible.   Christmas trees glowing with holiday lights, Toppled over in the middle of the night. You run in the room and can’t believe what you’ve found, Ornaments and tinsel tossed all around. Your cat in the middle eating with delight, In the days coming will sure give you a fright.   Lilies and Holly and Mistletoe, Holiday … Read More »

  • Tips on Traveling By Air With Your Pet

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    Traveling with a pet can be tricky. It’s all the more complicated if you’re traveling by air! You may have even heard horror stories of pets getting put on the wrong plane, or being injured or worse during flights. If you decide to transport your companion via an airline, there are a few tips to follow to make sure things go as smoothly as possible. Learn more below: Visit the Vet Before you even book … Read More »

  • Hit by Ticks?

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    Living in rural New England, our canine and feline friends are consistently being exposed to ticks and without the application of a reputable flea/tick preventive they may end up having these pests latch onto them for a meal. Even if your furry family member only goes out into your back yard, you will put them at risk if you don’t take the necessary steps to protect them. In this article, we will discuss different types … Read More »

  • Keep Pets Safe This Halloween

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    Most animal lovers already know that chocolate can be toxic to pets, but we are here to tell you that Halloween can bring many other dangers to your furry family member.           So, Witch Halloween hazards should pet parents be concerned about? WGAH has compiled a list of potential dangers that may cause your pet an emergency trip to the vet this Halloween night.   Chocolate is toxic to pets so … Read More »

  • Taking Good Care of Your Cat’s Skin

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    Skin problems are relatively common among our feline friends. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to keep your cat’s skin in good shape throughout your pet’s life. That means a pristine coat of fur and a happy, healthy pet! Here are five quick tips for taking good care of your cat’s skin: Weekly Inspection Sit down with your cat about once a week to give her coat and skin a thorough inspection. … Read More »

  • Choosing a Pet Sitter

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    Are you considering hiring a pet sitter to look after your animal companion while you’re away from home? There are many great reasons to hire a sitter—your pet will be able to remain in comfortable, familiar surrounds until you’re back home, and a sitter can even take care of grooming appointments or veterinary visits while you’re away. Since you’re giving a sitter access to not only your pet, but your home as well, it’s important … Read More »

  • Celebration Safety Tips For You And Your Pet

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    Summer is a time to spend with loved ones, school is out, and your pets are surely glad to spend extra time with you. Whether you are at a cook-out or just spending a nice day outside with your pet, there are a few safety tips we would like to share to help keep your pets healthy and safe this summer. COOK OUTS Allowing your dog to eat bones and table scraps from your barbeque … Read More »

  • Summertime Pet Care Tips

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    As the weather heats up, many of us will cool off on hot days by going for a swim or, perhaps, enjoying a cold treat. Pets can also get miserably hot on sweltering days! Read on for some great summer pet care tips from a local vet. Water First things first: make sure that your furry buddy always has plenty of fresh, clean water. We also recommend washing your pet’s bowl every day, to make … Read More »

  • All About Hairballs

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    If you own a cat, you know that your feline friend is an excellent self-groomer. That talent comes with a caveat: hairballs! It’s a part of life for just about every cat owner—the question is, do hairballs harm your cat, and can you do anything to minimize this unsightly occurrence? Read on to find out more about hairballs. What Causes Hairballs? When a cat grooms herself, tiny barbs on the tongue pick up hair from … Read More »

  • Health Checklist for Your New Kitten

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    Are you thinking of adding a new kitten to your home in the near future? Perhaps a lovable ball of fur wandered into your yard and you’re planning on adopting it. If you’re about to be the owner of a kitten companion, read on to find out about the key steps you’ll need to take to ensure your new addition’s health and happiness. Kitty’s First Check-Up Whether your kitten has come from a shelter or … Read More »

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