We recognize the special bond between cats and their owners. If you are a cat owner or plan to be one, you are on the right page. You can be rest assured that the Mueller team of Doctors and support staff has a special interest in your cat and a commitment to serving their particular needs in a caring and professional manner.
This page is for everyone who rejoices in their cat’s independence and wants to make the veterinary visit an easier and less stressful experience for both you and your furry family member. If you haven’t already seen the brochure “Getting Your Cat to the Veterinarian” please check it out here. Also, we would be glad to send you a copy of this brochure, just give us a call.
We have a commitment to our furry felines and have implemented many exciting things to ensure the least amount of stress is felt by you and your kitty. We are Gold Level Certified Cat Friendly through the American Association of Feline Practitioners. We have moved into our New Building and now have cat amenities including cat only exam rooms and warm towels to name a few to offer our feline patients and their servants, I mean parents. If you have any ideas that you think would make your visits easier we would love your feedback.
We understand that of the patients seen here, the feline contingent can be slightly more difficult to bring in to the Veterinarian. Whether they disappear an hour before the appointment or turn into a WWF wrestler the second the carrier comes out, it is usually safe to say a treat and the words “you wanna go?” are not going to gain cooperation like they do in some of the more gullible four legged furkids. If your cat seems anxious when coming to see us please let us know. We have a Kitty Calm Package that includes an anxiety relieving medication. The pheromone-based spray to help alleviate your cat’s fears of leaving the house, traveling and/or visiting your Veterinarian is currently on back-order and will be added back into this package again soon. The package also has some basic tips and tricks for helping your feline furkid adjust to travel and Veterinary visits. Along with the services we provide you, we also have trained staff in feline handling and behavior recognition to ensure that every part of the visit, not just getting here, is as stress free as possible.
We offer an excellent wellness plan for new kittens. Your kitten can get all of its needed vaccines, fecal testing, de-worming and kitten exams for one low price. This package has an almost 30% savings over doing all of the services separately and helps ensure you and your kitten start off on a good healthy path to a long and strong friendship. You depend on them for companionship, unconditional love and perfectly timed head butts – they depend on you for scratches, love and all of their basic care. We are here to help you meet your furkids' needs (scratches complimentary).
As a pet owner, we know you want to make sure you are providing your furkid with the best care possible. Because of this we are always on the lookout for good information to pass along to you. Please visit this article to get insight on everything from your cat's age in human years, to alarming statistics like “In 2006, owners took their dogs to veterinarians more than twice as often as cats.” We want to arm you with everything you need to provide your feline furkid with a healthy vibrant life because at the core of what we do, strengthening the human-animal bond is paramount to our success. On the last few pages you can also find a plethora of sites that may be helpful. Attached here is also a little booklet of information on basic care for your kitty.
Did you know cats could get that horrible “dogs only” thing called Heartworms? Well up until a few years ago, neither did the Veterinary community. But thanks to diligent research we are now able to prevent heartworm disease in cats with a really simple once-a-month topical treatment. Click here to learn more about feline heartworm disease. We strongly recommend all our feline patients be on monthly heartworm prevention. While feline Heartworm is more difficult for cats to get, if a cat gets heartworm there is NO treatment available, therefore prevention is the key. Learn more about Revolution for cats at www.revolution4cats.com.
You obviously found our feline information center here on the website, but we also encourage you to look at our client information pages. We have handouts and videos on everything from breed specific information to how to give medications! Just click here and type in cat behavior, heartworm disease in cats or anything you are interested in reading more about. Also, take a look at this website which holds information on your cat's risk for Feline Heartworm Disease, Feline Leukemia, and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus based on your location, your cat's lifestyle, and your cat's age.
Please click this link to see 10 signs your kitty may be ill
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