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Senior Cat Care

Understanding The Changing Health Needs Of Mature, Senior, And Geriatric Cats If you have lived with your cat since he or she was young, then you have a good understanding of what is normal for your cat in the way of behavior and habits. Any changes in a cat’s behavior or habits can be a…

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Kitten Care

Kitten Vaccinations Kitten Visit and Vaccine Protocol at Kitten vaccines should start ideally at 6 to 8 weeks of age 1st Kitten Visit – 6 to 8 weeks of age FIV/Feline Leukemia combo test FVRCP tempFecal ExamDewormOffice ExamRevolution Plus 8 weeks or older  2nd Kitten Visit – 9 to 11 weeks of age FVRCP tempFecal…

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Cat Vaccinations

Young animals are like kids–it’s a never-ending job to keep them safe and happy. Pet vaccinations are a relatively inexpensive but very important way to protect his or her health. In addition to preventing many life-threatening illnesses, vaccinations can prevent diseases prevalent in wildlife and those that can be passed to humans. It’s important to administer vaccinations…

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Cat Surgery

Trust Your Pet’s Surgical Needs to Our Care In our continuing efforts to offer the highest quality veterinary medicine, we are pleased to provide a wide range of surgical services for our patients. From routine surgical procedures, such as spaying and neutering, to more complex surgeries such as mass removals, laparoscopy or gastropexy, we look forward to…

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Cat Spaying & Neutering

Every year thousands of stray and unwanted animals are euthanized in shelters across the United States. Many of these deaths are the avoidable result of owners failing to spay and neuter their pets. Even if you keep a close watch on your pet, accidents happen, and unexpected offspring means more animals that won’t be given…

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Cat Nutrition

Ever heard the expression that “you are what you eat”? Well the same is true for our pets. A nutrition-rich diet is your pet’s first line of defense and a cornerstone of preventive care. Proper daily nutrition will go a long way in keeping your pet healthy by bolstering the immune system and supporting normal…

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Cat Microchipping

One of the worst feelings to experience as a pet owner is a realization that your pet has gone missing. Only 17% of dogs and 2% of cats make it back to their owners—which can make it feel like you’ll never see your pet again if they get lost. VIDA Centennial wants to encourage you…

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Cat Lab Tests

When your pet isn’t feeling well, every second counts. We’re here to find the issue quickly using the latest technology and diagnostic tools. Once we have the answer, we’ll provide you with the best course of treatment and get to work as quickly as possible. In-house laboratory: Our hospital features full laboratory services for in-house pet…

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Cat Dental

Does Your Dog Have Bad Breath? Despite what many pet owners may believe, dog breath is not just a nuisance, it’s a sign of an unhealthy mouth. Bad breath is caused by bacteria. Over time, bacteria lead to plaque and tartar buildup on your pet’s teeth. The result is bad breath, reddened gums, and other…

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Cat Cardiology

How A Cat’s Heart Works A cat’s heart has four chambers. The two upper chambers are called the atrium (plural atria), and the lower chambers are called the ventricles. Additionally, the heart has a right and left side, each containing one atrium and one ventricle. A cat’s heart works as follows: Although general veterinary practitioners can diagnose and…

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