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How to Keep Your Indoor Cat Healthy

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It is always a big decision whether your cat should be an indoor or an outdoor cat. Factors such as where you live, traffic, and coyotes are just a few considerations. But another consideration is what you need to do as an owner to keep your indoor […]

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Keeping Your Cats Teeth Clean

Cat dental hygiene is often overlooked by cat owners. We are all used to doggie toothbrushes and dental exams at the Albuquerque Vet, mainly because dogs get bad breath. Cats can get bad breath too but we tend to notice it a lot less. Despite the focus […]

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A Cat-tastrophe! What to do in a medical emergency with your cat

You never know when an emergency is going to happen. It is a good idea for all pet owners to know what to do in case of an emergency. You should know how to give your cat CPR (read our blog on Cat CPR) and how to […]

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How to Give CPR to Your Cat

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If your cat is unconscious the first thing you need to do is to check if they are breathing. Once you have established if they are breathing you need to determine if they have a pulse. Here is a great video on how to check for breath […]

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Your Cat is a Vomit Comet After New Food

Did you go to the store and see some yummy new kind of cat food that fluffy will just adore? Then you brought it home and she vomited it all over your house? Yeah, me too. Cats may get bored with their food, I know mine does, […]

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10 Reasons Why You Should Spay or Neuter Your Pet

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Are you wondering why you should spay or neuter your dog or cat? Hree are the top 10 reasons to spay and neuter in Los Lunas. 10 Lower veterinary bills! Spayed and neutered pets are less likely to get a variety of diseases. There is a lower […]

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A Summer Spay is Better for Your Cat

It is summer and that means the cats are outside and likely frolicking. With Covid-19 still plaguing us, at least someone is outside enjoying life. But your cat is not likely engaging ins six feet of social distancing. Likely they are out fraternizing with your neighbors cat […]

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Five Tips for Fostering Pets

Fostering pets is a great way to help acclimate pets to a home environment and get them ready to be re-homed to a loving family. Here are some tips to help you acclimate your foster pet. 1. Give them space. Your foster pet will need some space […]

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My Cat and My Kid Have Ringworm

Ringworm, the dreaded ringworm. How many of us had this a kid, raise your hand. Yeah, most of us. We all got it because we pet some cat that was in the neighborhood and then a few days later we had the dreaded itchy round circle. This […]

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What is a Working Cat

You may have not heard this term before, working cat. In simple terms, a working cat is a cat that is more wild but has a job, such as mousing. Often these cats are called barn cats. According to the Animal Humane they are “A Working Cat […]

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The information provided on this website is written by Vetco staff. All information is meant to be informational and is not meant as veterinary advice. If you have a health question regarding your pet, their treatment or anything concerning their veterinary care, please call Vetco to consult with a veterinarian.