Although most cats live for 10-14 years or so on average, some breeds of cats do live longer than others. Today, our Clackamas vets list some breeds of cats that tend to live longer lives so you can have your feline companion for many years to come.
Pet Care Tips
Thanks to advancements in veterinary care and medicine, pet nutrition and diet research and development, and accessibility to information for pet owners, our senior cats are living far longer than they used to. Today, our Clackamas vets talk about what to expect as your cat ages and share tips on how to care for your senior cat.
Diarrhea is easily one of the messiest and most distressing symptoms a cat parent may experience in their feline friend. Here, our Clackamas vets discuss the common causes of diarrhea in cats and when to know when this condition becomes serious.
Kennel cough can leave your dog with a dry cough and plenty of discomfort. In this blog, our Clackamas vets share some knowledge about kennel cough in dogs and the steps you should take if your pup contracts this condition.
Many of us know the pain and discomfort of dental health problems such as tooth decay and gum disease, but pet parents are often unaware that their feline friend could be suffering from similar, painful dental health issues. Our Clackamas veterinary team explains how to spot dental health problems in your cat, some of the most common dental diseases in cats, and how these issues can be prevented or treated.
Cats are the second most popular pets in the US, and most pet parents start caring for them as kittens. Today, our Clackamas vets give you some information about when newborn kittens open their eyes and other tips about their early development.