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Cats


Cat Emergency? We Are Here For You

What To Do If Your Cat May Be Having A Veterinary Emergency

If your cat has suffered a sudden trauma or is experiencing any life-threatening symptoms, please call us immediately at 410-657-8024. Our experienced veterinary team can help increase the odds of recovery for your beloved feline friend, even in the face of the most severe cat emergency care situations.

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Preventive Care That Will Ensure A Happy, Healthy Cat

What Is A Cat Preventive Care Program?

At Countryside Veterinary Clinic, we understand that prevention is truly the best medicine where the health and wellness, of your cat is concerned. This is why we offer our feline patients and their human counterparts a comprehensive array of cat preventive care services that promote the health, wellness, and longevity of your cat.

A cat preventive care program consists of:

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What To Know About Your Cat's Pre and Post-Op Surgical Care

Understanding Why A Cat Surgery Has Been Recommended

At Countryside Veterinary Clinic, our primary concern is for the health and well being of your cat. Unfortunately, there may arise a circumstance when a surgical procedure is in the best interest of your feline friend, and in this situation, you will need to make that decision. We understand what that feels like, and our veterinarians and staff are here for you too.

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Laser Therapy For Cats

What Is Laser Therapy For Cats?

At Countryside Veterinary Clinic, we are always looking for new ways to care for your cat. Medicine and technology are constantly advancing, and we embrace staying at the forefront of the best medical and surgical care. We are proud to offer laser therapy for cats at our veterinary clinic.

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What Blood Tests Can Tell You About Your Cat's Health

When Will A Veterinarian Order Blood Tests For Cats?

Sometimes in the case of an eye or ear infection, your feline friend's medical condition affords a veterinarian the opportunity for a relatively straightforward diagnosis. However, other times there is a need for further examination. In such cases, your veterinarian may order feline blood tests to aid in his or her investigation. The following situations can result in the need for blood tests for cats:

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Preventing And Treating Heartworms In Cats

At Countryside Veterinary Clinic, our highly experienced team of veterinarians and veterinary support staff have been helping educate our clients about feline heartworms.

What Is Dirofilariasis, AKA Cat Heartworm?

Dirofilaria immitis is a blood-borne parasitic referred to as cat heartworm. Heartworms in cats are spread through mosquitos that carry cat heartworm larvae. The severity of heartworms is directly dependent upon the number of worms present in a cat's body, the duration of the incubation, and the response of the infected cat.

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Dental Care For Cats - What Every Cat Owner Should Know

cat dentalDental disease is a reality for most cats. By age four, many cats have significant gingivitis, and many also have periodontal disease. It is a slow progressing but serious disease that causes pain and affects the cat's overall health and well-being. Cats hide illnesses well and so they do not show signs of oral discomfort readily. Because the pain associated with dental problems comes on slowly over time, they simply learn to live with it.

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