Why Your Vet Uses Rescue™ in Their Clinic

Why Your Vet Uses Rescue™ in Their Clinic

Health, Vet Visits

When you go to the vet, you know that they’re doing everything they can to create the best possible experience for your pet. But that doesn’t stop at providing good patient care – it also applies to the clinic environment that your veterinary team works hard to create. This means taking important steps to reduce […]

It’s Not a Hairball: Fear Free Management of Feline Asthma

It’s Not a Hairball: Fear Free Management of Feline Asthma

Health, Vet Visits

Cats can be notorious for hiding illness from their owners, but if your cat is affected with asthma (also known as feline allergic bronchitis), their coughing, wheezing, and difficulty breathing will soon become apparent. This inflammatory disease of the lungs is thought to arise from an increased sensitivity to inhaled allergens such as dust, pollen, […]

How to Become an Exceptional Veterinary Client

How to Become an Exceptional Veterinary Client

Health, Relationships, Vet Visits

Earlier this year, my 15-year-old cat, Ivan, had a behavioral upheaval that required several veterinary visits, tests, medication, and weekly follow-up calls to his veterinary team. Because Ivan’s condition required tweaking until we found just-the-right remedy, I felt like a nuisance until my trusted veterinarian gave me the highest compliment. She said I am a […]

Use Your Senses When Choosing a Veterinarian

Use Your Senses When Choosing a Veterinarian

Vet Visits

Finding the best veterinary care for your cat care is critical. The veterinarian you choose will be a crucial contributor to your cat’s wellbeing throughout life and should be someone you can work with to ensure that your cat receives the best care. But what are the indicators to look for when vetting a veterinarian? […]

What’s a PVP? An Expert Explains

What’s a PVP? An Expert Explains

Fears & Anxieties, Vet Visits

If you have a dog or cat who is fearful, anxious, or stressed during veterinary visits, the veterinary team may have recommended that you give your pet a PVP, or pre-visit pharmaceutical. These are medications that may be used in addition to training or behavior or environmental modifications to treat fear, anxiety, or stress associated […]