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Q. There’s a very young feral cat with a broken leg that came into my yard. The leg is broken and may be healed sideways as it can’t walk on it but is wearing it’s fur on the knee where it hits the ground. It’s not anyones pet but it’s friendly and I want to help it. If I bring it there, what might it cost and can you help? Thanks
We can help. Our website has a first exam free gift certificate you can use to have one of our doctors examine the kitty and then give you a treatment plan. Call or email for an appointment.
Dr. Hraban explains why you should schedule a cat wellness exam, even if they are indoor cats.
Q. I just scheduled an appointment with you online and saw that there was a special offer for a discounted “spay” procedure and also a free comprehensive physical exam (for new clients, which we are). Are these offers still available? I’m still a student and this would really help keep the bill down. Thanks!
Hello, Yes that is correct! The offers are still available. Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns. Looking forward to meeting you and your pet 🙂
Q. Our 6 year old lab has a left knee problem. We took him to Veternary Surgical Services Inc and they recommended surgery – they weren’t sure what was needed, they knew that they needed to go in and perform a menisectomy and then either a TTA or TPLO. Am I crazy to want a second opinion?
Seeking a second opinion is never a bad idea provided the veterinarian providing the second opinion has a high level of knowledge and expertise in the medical problem. There are several surgical procedures, including TTA, TPLO, and Tightrope, that are … Continue reading
Dr. Simon of The Cat Doctors (Tampa, FL) explains how pet owners can manage fleas and what products can be effective.
Q. What does it mean for a veterinarian to be “AAHA-Accredited” and what does it mean to me and my pets?
By Terri Johnson, MSS, CVT The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is an international association with membership of more than 42,000 veterinary care providers across the United States and Canada. AAHA is a non-regulatory, independent association dedicated to helping members … Continue reading
Q. My nine year old cat’s belly seems firmer than usual. She has shared a house with a kitten that had worms for a few weeks. Otherwise she is acting normal. Should I bring her in or just buy some dewormer?
Hello, There are quite a few causes for a “firmer” belly. Unfortunately the causes range from fairly benign (gaining weight) to very serious (fluid accumulation associated with growths, liver or cardiac disease). A thorough exam is needed help better define … Continue reading
Q. I have a whole house water filter and water softener system called H20 Harmony, it removes chlorine. Since installed, my turtle’s water has been cloudy- I am still using the water conditioner that is supposed to remove chlorine (but also add calcium). Is that the issue? The water conditioner is Zoo Med ReptiSafe. They stated that I should still be using the product because they were not sure and “overdose” would not hurt the turtles.
The cloudy water problems that you are experiencing are unlikely to be related to your home water filter. I would agree that the water conditioner that you are using is safe and also unlikely to be the cause of the … Continue reading
Hello, The concern with tap water is the high mineral content especially here in Tampa. Some pets have a propensity to develop crystals in the urinary tract (which can turn into stones). The higher mineral content in the water may … Continue reading