• AJF
  • We do recommend monthly HW prevention for cats
  • Even the indoor only feline (we all have seen a mosquito inside
  • Sneaky disease in cats, can be difficult to diagnose
  • There is no treatment
  • Prevention is Key
  • CPF
  • Cats and Small to medium breeds is about 6 months of age
  • Large and Giant breeds once they reach growth maturity usually 12-16 months of age
  • Don’t forget to talk to us about the Laparoscopic Spay, we use a camera – through a small hole and your pet goes home the same day, less pain and faster recovery!
  • CPF
  • Cats and Small to medium breeds is about 6 months of age
  • Large and Giant breeds once they reach growth maturity usually 12-16 months of age
  • Neutering decreases chances of prostatic disease and perianal tumors
  • CPF
  • Well often times we are spaying about 6 months of age and families continue to feed the puppy or kitten food. We just altered the hormones which decreased calorie intake need by about 10% and your pet is almost done growing.
  • We recommend to change to adult food post surgery.
  • So its not the surgery it’s the nutrition!
  • CPF
  • IF your pet is sick or well there are options.
  • UVH takes cash, check, major credit cards.
  • We offer a six month no interest plan through Care Credit. Check them out www.carecredit.com
  • Scratchpay or Blisspay
  • AJF
  • YES
  • 1/3 thing
  • Wellness vs Illness
  • Helps you be a doctor
  • Helps you care for your own pet – Vet with pet insurance
  • CPF
  • The same reason we brush our teeth
  • Plaque builds up, if not removed calcified bacteria accumulates
  • And then next part of the cycle is infection and pain and tooth loos
  • The infection can go from the mouth to the body!
  • I have great videos about a Dog and Cat dentistry at UVH – check those out!
  • CPF
  • Bad breath AKA Halitosis indicates Infection or Inflammation or a combination
  • Your pets dental attention
  • Lets talk home care – what you can do to keep your pets teeth and mouth healthy
  • CPF – long list, here are few of the most common
  • Grapes and Raisins
  • Onions and Garlic
  • Nuts and Fat things like Bacon
  • Xylitol
  • Chocolate and Caffeine
  • If your pet eats one of these call us immediately and bring them in
  • CPF – long list, here are few of the most common
  • Human medicines
  • Cleaners
  • Plants (lilies, sago palms)
  • Spoiled food
  • Rat bait
  • Antifreeze
  • If your pet eats one of these call us immediately and bring them in