What to look for in a cat only veterinary practice?

What to look for in a cat only veterinary practice?

Cat-only practices tend to utilize minimal restraint techniques – another stress reducer. You will also tend to find lots of cat-specific retail products in cat only practices. Are there any special designations I should look for when trying to find a cat only practice?

What kind of veterinarian takes special interest in cats?

The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) is an organization dedicated to the special needs of cats. Members of the AAFP have a special interest in cats and feline medicine. When you are seeking a veterinarian for your cat who takes a particular interest in cats, AAFP membership is something to look for.

Is there a pet that looks like a cat?

However, compared to regular house cats, genets can be extremely skittish, are less cuddly, and re-home poorly, therefore genets are pets for those who understand and accept them as they are. Genets look like another member of the Viverridae family called the linsang [6], but these are rare and not kept as pets.

Are there any veterinarians that treat only cats?

Veterinarians and veterinary healthcare teams who dedicate themselves to see only cats place a high value on their feline patients’ distinct needs. They are especially interested in delivering medical care to cats in ways that help the cat (and its human family members) experience as little stress as possible.

What do you need to know about small animal veterinarians?

With that growth, there’s bound to be more demand for veterinarians. Small animal veterinarians are practitioners who specialize in the health management of dogs, cats, birds, exotics and other companion animals. Here’s a look at what’s you need to become a vet and the overall industry. Duties

Cat-only practices tend to utilize minimal restraint techniques – another stress reducer. You will also tend to find lots of cat-specific retail products in cat only practices. Are there any special designations I should look for when trying to find a cat only practice?

Where is speak animal hospital and cat sanctuary?

SPEAK moved to Flint Road, Binghamton from Harry L. Drive, Johnson City in 1997 and has been expanding ever since. S.P.E.A.K. Animal Hospital and Cat Sanctuary is a non-profit animal organization that cares for injured, sick and/or stray animals.

The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) is an organization dedicated to the special needs of cats. Members of the AAFP have a special interest in cats and feline medicine. When you are seeking a veterinarian for your cat who takes a particular interest in cats, AAFP membership is something to look for.

Are there veterinary practices that are cat friendly?

The Cat Friendly Practice program is relatively new, but you can search for Cat Friendly Practices in your area on the AAFP website (catvets.com). Many cat only practices are taking the extra steps to be recognized by the AAFP as Cat Friendly (see handout “Cat Friendly Veterinary Practices” for more information).

What are the different types of cat food?

Commercial cat foods are formulated as dry, semimoist, and canned. These products differ in water content, protein level, caloric density, palatability, and digestibility. Dry food contains between six and 10 percent water. Depending on the specific formulation, a mixture of ingredients are combined, extruded, and dried into bite-sized pieces.