FAQ

My cat has really long nails. Can I cut them myself?

Generally, yes, you can trim your cat’s nails on your own. However, if your cat squirms a lot or acts like they are in pain when you try to get the claws to come out, stop. There may be an issue there. We’re always available to answer questions and would be happy to show you how to clip their cats nails if you would like. A good rule of thumb is to use fingernail clippers or another nail trimming device and cut only the part that is white, at the ends. Cats have blood vessels in their nails and can bleed if cut too low.

How often should I clean my cat’s litter box?

Your cat’s litter box should be cleaned on a daily basis (yes daily), but more frequently if you have multiple cats. Cats generally like to stay clean and they do not want to walk around in a dirty litter box. You probably don’t want them tracking what’s in the litter box, throughout the house. If your cat doesn’t remind you to clean it out, the smell will. Start with a litter that is specified as “clumping.” This will make it easier to scoop out the waste and take away the smell.

Google Reviews
Bob Callender
Bob Callender
posted 1 week ago

There are many Vets to choose from in our area. Most are good but if your pet is as much of a part of your family as Ava is to our family the choice is clear. This place offers amazing care. They offer it all from puppy start up, routine check ups and any emergency that may arise. We use all of their services: Vet services, Logging and Daycare.

Nicole Inman
Nicole Inman
posted 3 weeks ago

If I could give this office 6 stars, I would! I moved to Ohio last year and couldn’t have chosen a better vet to take my dog to. Dr. Jacob is the absolute best! He clearly has a genuine sense of care and compassion for all animals. He answers all my questions honestly and it truly feels like he considers his patients as his own pets. The lodging/boarding here is also amazing! I don’t think my dog wanted to come home😄 Highly, highly recommend!

Balanced Perceptions, LLC
Balanced Perceptions, LLC
posted 4 months ago

We took our German Shepherd, that is less than social, as a new patient. We have struggled trying to get an ear problem improved. Dr. Emily Benedict was awesome. She was patient and spent a lot of time with us explaining everything. We ended up having a minor surgery and it ended up being a little bit beyond closing time. We were never rushed by the staff. This was a much better experience for our pet and us than we were having at our last vet. This is a very nice large facility with drinks and snacks for us humans. I can highly recommend not only Dr. Benedict but the entire staff

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