In-home pet euthanasia services are a specialized area of veterinary medicine that focuses on providing end-of-life care for pets in the comfort and familiarity of their own homes. This service aims to create a compassionate, peaceful, and dignified experience for both the pet and the family. The Process of In-Home Pet Euthanasia The process of in-home pet euthanasia is designed to ensure the utmost comfort for the pet. A veterinarian visits the home and administers medication to euthanize the pet peacefully.
18 September 2023
If you have an older cat that's developing small bumps on their head, back, or face, the bumps may be sebaceous cysts. They're caused when a cat's hair follicles become blocked and trap oil underneath the skin, which causes inflammation. They're common in older cats, and they don't pose a serious health problem. However, a sebaceous cyst can be itchy, and your cat may rupture it if they scratch it. A ruptured sebaceous cyst can lead to infection, so a sebaceous cyst that's causing discomfort to your cat may need to be removed.
28 April 2023
If a cat has an occasional hairball, that usually isn't usually a cause for concern, but frequent hairballs can cause obstructions and can be indicative of underlying health issues. For instance, some cats may overgroom and ingest more hair due to anxiety, infected anal glands, allergies, and flea infestations. If a cat has any digestive issues, then hairballs may not be able to work their way through the gastrointestinal tract; and in rare cases, a veterinarian may need to remove the obstruction with an endoscope.
10 January 2023