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Feline Asthma

Posted on 04-05-2018

Did you know that cats can suffer from asthma just like their human counterparts? Cat asthma can present itself with the same coughing and wheezing symptoms that humans suffer from. It is thought ...

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Information About Cat Kidney Disease

Posted on 04-03-2018

Unfortunately, kidney disease is a common problem in cats, especially older cats. Cat kidney disease is one of the leading causes of death in older cats. One of the most important things you can d...

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Hyperthyroidism in Cats

Posted on 02-15-2018

All About Cats Veterinary Hospital provides quality, specialized care for cats of all ages, breeds, and walks of life! We diagnose, treat, and help manage any number of feline medical conditions h...

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How to Get Your Cat to Exercise

Posted on 02-08-2018

At All About Cats Veterinary Hospital, our Las Vegas veterinarians provide all the health and wellness services your cat needs at any stage of life. One of the more common health concerns we see i...

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Cat Diabetes Prevention

Posted on 02-05-2018

A small percentage of cats fall victim to feline diabetes. The exact causes aren’t known, although it is likely genetic in nature. While the condition isn’t common, pet owners shou...

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