How To Know If Your Pet Is Ill

How Do You Know if Your Pet is Sick?

Prevention is the medicine. Have your pet fully vaccinated every year; supervise your pet; and provide your pet with a proper diet and adequate exercise.

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Hyperthyroidism In Felines

Hyperthyroidism in Cats
What is hyperthyroidism?

Hyperthyroidism is a very common disease afflicting primarily middle-aged and older cats. Also called thyrotoxicosis, hyperthyroidism is caused by an increase in production of thyroid hormones (known as T3 and T4) from enlarged thyroid glands in the cat’s neck. In most cases, enlargement of thyroid glands is caused by a tumor called an adenoma, which is non-cancerous. Some rare cases of hyperthyroid disease are caused by malignant tumors known as thyroid adenocarcinomas.

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June’s Kitty Korner – Adopt A Cat Month!

Adopting a new pet can be very exciting for everyone in the family, but it can also be very stressful – especially for a cat!  Although you may want your new kitty to be part of the family right away, it can take weeks or even months for a new pet to completely settle in.

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Barks and Bubbles!

Dont forget, June 23 is Luvin Labs annual Barks and Bubbles! It will be held here at TLC Pet Hospital in our parking lot from 10-2 this Saturday. Come visit for fun, food and of course to support Luvin Labs!

Frontline – Top Spot

During the month of May you can receive any size of flea and tick prevention for a great price of $37.99!! Dont miss out!

Why keep your pet on Top Spot?

Fleas can cause medical problems in pets including flea allergy dermatitis (FAD), tapeworms, hair loss due to scratching, and secondary skin irritations.Continue reading