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Like people, each cat has a unique personality all of their own, and unique mannerisms. That said, there are some basic instinctual tail movements that can give you insight into what your cat is trying to tell you. Below our Seattle vets explain some basics on how to read your cat's tail language.
Although hypothyroidism is rare in cats when it does occur it may trigger noticeable weight gain for your kitty. Today, our Seattle vets explain the causes of hypothyroidism in cats and other symptoms that could be a sign that your cat has an underactive thyroid.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) can impact part or all of your dog's gastrointestinal tract leading to a host of uncomfortable symptoms. Here, our Seattle vets share some of the signs of IBD in dogs, as well as foods that may help your pooch feel better.
Whipworms make their home in the large intestine and cecum of dogs, resulting in irritation and leading to a host of uncomfortable symptoms. Here our Seattle vets and team explain more about the symptoms of whipworms in dogs, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
Our Seattle vets know that it can be tempting to skip vaccinations for indoor cats, but cat and kitten vaccines are as important for our feline homebodies as they are for cats who venture outdoors. In today's post, we look at why vaccines are important for indoor cats.
The vets at our Seattle animal hospital know that witnessing the symptoms of Vestibular Disease or Feline Vestibular Syndrome in your feline friend be distressing. Here we share vestibular disease in cats symptoms, treatments and prognosis.
Epilepsy is a condition seen in cats, dogs and people that is characterized by recurrent seizures. In today's blog, our Seattle veterinary team explains some of the signs of epilepsy in cats as well as the causes and treatments for this condition.
Though not as common as dog ear infections, our Seattle vets do treat ear infections in cats too. In many cases, cat ear infections are a sign of an underlying health condition that requires treatment. In today's post, we share more about the causes, symptoms and treatments for ear infections in cats.