Fighting a Frequent Feline Foe: Kidney Disease in Cats

A gray cat with wide, golden eyes looks a little concerned

Cats are pretty tough cookies. Resourceful and resilient, accounts of felines surviving dire situations of all sorts abound through recorded history. Cats are not totally immune to danger and disease, however…

In some ways the feline is quite vulnerable. They are exquisitely sensitive when it comes to toxins. They are also prone to several diseases and conditions, among these renal issues. 

Kidney disease in cats is a frequently diagnosed and potentially serious problem. Together with you, though, Advantage Veterinary Center can help you keep your cat healthier and happier in spite of this diagnosis.

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Advantage Veterinary Center Looks Back: Our Best Pet Care Blogs of 2018

This time of year, it’s worthwhile to reflect on the accomplishments and setbacks of the previous 12 months. We do this in part to better understand the passing of time, but it’s also enormously helpful when setting goals for the coming year.

So, the team at Advantage Veterinary Center wants to have our sentimental cake and eat it, too! By highlighting our best blogs of 2018, we not only gain a better understanding of the moments that highlighted our year, it also provides insight into what our readers want to know more about.

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Veterinary Hospital Lobby Etiquette and Safety

Veterinary Hospital Lobby Etiquette is important when taking your pet to the vet

A veterinary hospital lobby is a busy place! It can be fun to see the different animals, chat with other pet owners, and catch up with your reading or work. But the ever changing environment and all the comings and goings can also provide a space for problems to escalate rapidly.

We want all our patients to be safe, and to feel less stress when coming for their veterinary visit. With that in mind, Advantage Veterinary Center is passing along some best practices for veterinary hospital lobby etiquette and safety. With a little knowledge and preparation, we can make your pet’s and other pet’s visits more enjoyable and less stressful.

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