veterinarians

Feline Grimace Scale tells you more effectively if a cat is in pain

Thankfully vets are getting better at deciding if a cat is in pain. Back in the old days they didn't…

1 month ago

AVMA don’t have the balls, morals or authority to outright ban declawing

The AVMA have carried out their five-yearly review of declawing and decided to toughen their declawing policy by discouraging it…

2 months ago

Veterinarians face two opposing viewpoints from their clients both of which causes them stress

A study concerning three aspects of the provision of veterinary care which causes stress in veterinarians has produced some interesting…

3 months ago

Are cat vaccinations really necessary?

The word necessary means 'essential'. So are cat vaccinations really essential? You cannot say that cat vaccinations are essential. This…

3 months ago

UK veterinarians are buying lifting equipment for fat cats and porky pooches

The pet obesity crisis in the UK is a constant source of news. It is worrying. I was surprised to…

3 months ago

Do domestic cats accept and tolerate acupuncture and is it effective?

My reading on the subject of acupuncture as a treatment for domestic cats indicates to me that it is an…

4 months ago

Ninety-eight percent of veterinarians challenged by owners about vaccinations

In the UK cat owners are going off the idea of vaccinating their cat. Is the same trend occurring in…

8 months ago

Warning about the overuse of stomach acid suppressants for feline patients

American veterinarians overdo stomach acid suppressants for feline and canine patients which can cause health issues which somewhat nullifies the…

8 months ago

Lola’s Story

The story of misbehaviour by veterinarians in treating a young cat hurt by a road traffic accident and the struggles…

9 months ago

American taxpayer should subsidize veterinary training to get rid of declawing

The only reason why three quarters of American veterinarians declaw cats is for money. We all know that. There's no…

10 months ago