Energy has many forms, and sound is one
By: Lore I. Haug, DVM, MS, Dipl. American College of Veterinary Behaviorists; Lexington Blvd Animal Hospital Carolyn Grob Most owners understand that cats are not dogs, but many do not realize that cats still require socialization, enrichment, and appropriate outlets for normal behavior (i.e. scratching surfaces). Owners often misread their cats’ unwanted or unruly behavior […]
When you live and or work closely with another individual – be it human or animal, it helps to understand what that individual is trying to communicate to you.
Cats Are Not Small Dogs…Seriously! As a veterinarian, it’s advantageous to have a sense of humor to fully enjoy and appreciate the profession. If I didn’t see the humor in some of the antics of both my pet and human clients, I would miss out on the fun! I mean, really, you have to find […]
Adding a new cat to the family can be tricky business. Here are some tips!