In many cases, hernias in cats aren’t a very serious condition and can be repaired with surgery. Here, our PetVet Care Centers member vets explain the different types of hernias and share what you can typically expect if your cat requires hernia surgery.
Although rare in cats, hypothyroidism can produce a number of symptoms including noticeable weight gain. In today's post, our PetVet Care Centers member vets share some of the causes of hypothyroidism in cats and symptoms that may indicate that your cat has an underactive thyroid.
Cushing's disease in cats is rare but it can occur, and when it does the symptoms can be alarming. Here our PetVet Care Centers Internal Medicine Specialists share some of the symptoms of Cushing's disease in cats, and what causes this serious condition.
Vaccinations can help to protect your pet from serious, sometimes deadly conditions, but do all pets face the same amount of risk of contracting these conditions? Today our PetVet Care Centers vets explain the differences between core vaccines and lifestyle vaccines.
Hyperthyroidism can become an issue for middle-aged and senior cats. In this post, our PetVet Care Centers vets explain the disease, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options.
If your cat’s purr has turned into a cough, it means something is irritating their throat, airways, or lungs. Some causes are easy to treat while others are more serious.
Left untreated, diabetes can threaten your cat’s quality of life and longevity. Our PVCC vets explain risk factors for diabetes in cats, treatment options, and when to seek assistance from your vet.
Is your cat feeling a little under the weather? Cats can catch colds much like people do, and with very similar symptoms. Here, our PetVet Care Centers' vets share the signs that your cat may have a cold, and when you should bring your cat in to see the vet.