Cat Teeth Cleaning : Top 10 Tips on How to Keep Your Cat’s Teeth Clean

Cat Teeth Cleaning : Proper Dental Hygiene Many people often wonder, “How many teeth does a cat have?” Cats have 30 teeth once they reach adulthood, and taking care of all those teeth on their own isn’t easy. Unlike us, cats can’t brush their teeth or find a suitable domestic replacement for chewing on bones…

Pet Safety During Holidays

As the holiday season is soon upon us, it’s time to deck the halls, hoist the tree and wrap the stocking fillers in preparation for Christmas. With all this enjoyment, it’s important to consider pet safety of our precious four-legged buddies throughout the holiday season. A combination of gift boxes and Christmas light cabling can spell…

Dog Breath? It's Time for a Pet Dental Exam

If you have noticed bad breath or dog breath from your cat or dog, it may be time to see your Tulsa veterinarian. When tartar builds up on your pets teeth, the result can be bad breath or Halitosis. Odor producing bacteria are often trapped in this tartar. As your pet eats, small bits of…

Emergency Animal Hospital | What to Do in a Pet Emergency

Call an Emergency Animal Hospital in Tulsa If your pet has a medical emergency, you’re the ambulance, so you need to get your pet to the animal hospital as soon as you can.  It is always a good idea to call and let the emergency animal hospital know of your situation first.  Do not call…

National Pet Immunization Awareness Month

Did you know it’s National Pet Immunization Awareness Month? August is here and it is the National Pet Immunization Awareness Month. Not only humans, but pets must also be vaccinated and immunized regularly so that they can live a healthy and happy life. Why Pet Vaccinations Are So Important? One of the most important factors…

(FIV) or Feline Immunodeficiency Virus in Cats

A disease that all cat owners in Tulsa should be concerned with is Feline immunodeficiency virus or FIV.  It is sometimes incorrectly referred to as Feline AIDS. The complex retrovirus found in domestic cats is an infectious disease known as feline immunodeficiency virus or FIV for short. When the body has the inability to develop a…