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Cat Wellness

A crucial aspect of your pet’s preventative treatment is an annual wellness assessment. They provide your vet the chance to examine your pet for any potential health issues and to administer any necessary booster shots.

Cat Wellness

Cat Wellness

We try to make your cat’s visit as easy as possible!
We prioritize low-stress handling of our patients and strive to make each visit as easy as possible. Our team creates a quiet environment, takes their time, minimizes the amount of restraint, and rewards our patients with delicious treats and praise.

Our appointment process begins with one of our veterinary technicians taking a full history of your cat’s health and any concerns you may have. Your cat will have a chance to relax and get comfortable in the new surroundings.

Our veterinarians perform a thorough physical examination to detect any conditions that may impact your cat’s health before they become unmanageable or more costly to treat. In some cases, we may recommend blood and/or urine tests to assess overall organ function and internal health. Our goal is to detect any issues early on, so that we can provide the best possible care for your beloved pet.

The Importance of Wellness Visits for Our Feline Friends
We understand that taking your feline friend to the vet can be a challenge, especially given their inclination to hide, protest, and sometimes even urinate out of stress. Nevertheless, it is critical to prioritize these visits, even if your cat appears to be in good health. Cats are masters at concealing signs of sickness or discomfort, so routine check- ups can aid veterinarians in monitoring your cat’s diet, appetite, urinary habits, and any changes in behavior.
The Importance of Vaccinating Your Cat

Ensuring your cat receives vaccinations is a critical part of their overall health and well-being. Not only can vaccinations prevent many life-threatening illnesses, but they can also safeguard against diseases prevalent in wildlife and those transmissible to humans. It’s crucial to begin administering vaccinations when your cat is young, as their developing immune systems require protection to stay healthy. Even cats who live strictly indoors should receive vaccinations, as they can still be exposed to diseases.

To determine which vaccinations are necessary or recommended for your pet based on their age, health, and lifestyle, consult with a veterinarian at Pets I Love.

If you have any questions or wish to schedule an appointment for your pet’s comprehensive wellness examination, please call us at 845-395-9200. Dr. Szpicek, Dr. Smatt, and the staff of The Pets I Love look forward to seeing you!