How To Become A Certified Cat Behaviorist

Becoming a certified cat behaviorist is a enormous step in the right direction if your dream job is performing consultations and implementing intervention plans to help solve complex behavior issues like litter box aversion. The goal of solving intricate behavior problems is to increase cat retention rates and prevent cats

Why Blowing At Your Cat’s Face Is Not Funny

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Countless times a year I see new cat owners blowing in their cat’s face as an attempt to play with their cat only for them to get bitten or scratched. The owners then look confused and the cat is upset at the end of the exchange. I am then

How to Take Vital Signs in Your Cat

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Taking vital signs at home is a great skill that you can utilize to assure yourself that your cat is doing fine or needs to see a veterinarian for an exam. You will be taking your cats temperature, respiration rate, heart rate, and assessing pain. Do not assess pain

Cat Flea Preventative And Treatment Options

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Flea preventatives are available in sprays, dips, pills, spot on treatments, and shots. You can purchase almost any flea product through your veterinarian or in a local Petco store. I strongly recommend that people avoid buying flea products at other retail stores such as Walmart because they are often

Upper Respiratory Infection in Cats

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Upper respiratory infection is a common illness in cats which can cause a variety of clinical signs that have to do with nose, mouth, and throat area. It closely mimics the human cold in the way that it is transmitted and exhibited. Every cat will respond to upper respiratory
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