Elizabeth Colleran, DVM, DABVP (feline practice)
This is a powerful example of how understanding the way cats think and making changes to accommodate their needs really can prevent illness and save liveseven under the worst of circumstances.
The Feline Musculoskeletal Pain Index recognizes that your veterinary clients are in the best position to notice when their pet is impaired and provides a way to put their expertise to use in the exam room.
Dont go poofy-tailed with fear of New Years resolutions for you and your veterinary team. Try on this sleek, feline-flavored approach to make kitties more comfortableand you feel accomplished.
Help your clients keep out of a sticky situation when they have a pet that needs injections by advising them of proper disposal technique.
Your veterinary clients want their cats to keep their claws. What they don't want is said claws on their furniture, carpet or any other forbidden-but-scratch-perfect place. Here's help.
Cats have needs beyond food and shelter. And the better you and your veterinary clients understand these needs, the closer the kitties in your clinic will come to reaching their full potential.