Posts Tagged “veterinarian”
Here is a nice article by Ann Hohenhaus a DVM with webmd.com.
As a veterinarian, I know that keeping your pet well groomed helps to keep them healthy.
In between visits to the groomer, pet owners should brush their long-haired cat or dog; otherwise mats appear. Ignore the mats and they start to hold moisture and grime […]
This letter written to the cat-health-guide.org website by John Rice from San Antonio, Texas, ask this question:
Our older long-haired female cat started having matting of the hair along each side from front sides back to the tail.
I back brush every day but the matting is close to the skin and is very tight. Some of […]
Most people know that a healthy full coat is a sign of good health in animals. Cat hair loss can then be a cause for concern. What should you be looking for if you are facing cat hair loss?
There are several possibilities in hair loss issues. The first is to check for parasites. Mites, fleas […]
If you watch your cat when it is awake you wont have to wait long before she starts to wash herself.
When Is a Good Time to Groom a Cat?
A good question. Have you ever tried to make your cat do something that she does not want to do? I know its impossible and ends in […]
How would you like help with your cat hair matting issues without having to to leave your house? Check out this interesting article from Pet Love Mobile Grooming in Dallas, Texas, USA-a mobile pet grooming service that grooms your pet at the convenience of your own home or office in the DFW area.
Cats have a […]
Grooming your cat regularly with a brush or comb will reduce the occurrence of cat hair matting.
Unfortunately, many cats wind up with matted fur because they hate to be groomed. Here’s how to deal with the problem, which occurs most often in longhairs.
1. Attempt to remove the fur mat after the cat has eaten. Cats […]