March 28, 2017

The Key to Dealing with Chronic Obstructed Cats

Susan Little, DVM, DABVP (Feline), owner of Bytown Cat Hospital in Ontario, Canada, says the key to dealing with chronic obstructed cats is to get an accurate diagnosis and to have the owner understand what that diagnosis means.
 


Susan Little, DVM, DABVP (Feline), owner of Bytown Cat Hospital in Ontario, Canada, says the key to dealing with chronic obstructed cats is to get an accurate diagnosis and to have the owner understand what that diagnosis means.

Getting owners to understand that their cat is dealing with a management disease is important, because prevention and management of that disease is so much about the home environment. 
 

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