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National Pet Dental Month Special

Posted on 02-07-2017

Cats are pretty self-sufficient. However, your cat does need some assistance when it comes to oral health. It is crucial to bring your pet in for a cat dental exam at least once a year. Since ...

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Does My Cat Have To Be Pet Under Using Anesthesia During Dental Work?

Posted on 11-11-2016

If your cat needs dental work, it will be necessary to for your Las Vegas veterinarian to anesthetize your cat to prevent him from suffering unnecessary anxiety and pain (think of yourself in ...

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Las Vegas Cat Veterinarian Answers Spay and Neuter FAQs

Posted on 09-23-2016

Millions of unwanted cats are euthanized each year, and the problem is increasing. The solution is one everyone can contribute to: spaying or neutering your cat. At All About Cats, our Las Vegas v...

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Dr. Klaassen Joins All About Cats Veterinary Hospital!

Posted on 08-18-2016

All About Cats Veterinary Hospital is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Laura Klaassen to the team of caring professionals at the Las Vegas veterinary clinic. All About Cats is the Las V...

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Declawing in Las Vegas

Posted on 07-29-2016

Cat declawing is a sensitive subject, but one you may find yourself considering if you have a cat. Most cat declaw procedures are optional, meaning the cat does not really need it done, but their ...

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