Cat colds are upper respiratory infections characterized by all the same symptoms as the human cold. If your feline friend is sneezing or has a runny nose there's a good chance they have a cat cold. Here, our Smyrna County vets explain more about cat colds and when to seek veterinary care.
No doubt about it, cats love to sleep. Our Smyrna emergency vets are often asked by concerned cat owners if they should be worried that their cat is sleeping so much. When does a cat nap indicate that there may actually be a health emergency?
While some veterinary emergencies are easily recognized, other conditions requiring urgent veterinary care are often less obvious and harder to spot. Below, our Smyrna vets share some examples of situations that may require emergency vet care.
Pets tend to be full of energy and not necessarily the best accident avoidance. For this article, our Smyrna vets will discuss first aid and what to do when your pet gets into trouble.
While they are a common external parasite, ear mites are highly contagious. They can severely irritate both ears and skin in cats and dogs and lead to infections that cause excessive itching, scratching, and eventual health issues. They are more common in cats than dogs and are fairly easy to treat. Here, our Smyrna vets list symptoms, causes, and treatments for ear mites in cats.