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Cat Exams

Cat Exams

Family Veterinary Clinic offers a full range of veterinary care services for your kitten or cat. We focus on wellness and prevention, as well as care for when they are sick. Learn more about our feline-friendly services below or contact us today.

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Annual Physical Cat Exams

It is important to make sure your feline friend stays healthy and active. A part of that is having yearly wellness visits. Many times these help prevent or detect issues before they become serious and expensive. Here is a list of just some of the things we go over in an annual exam:

  • Vaccination Status: All vaccinations are reviewed and the schedule for what is needed. That way you can plan ahead. We will also review why these are necessary and how they help your cat.
  • Weight/Nutrition: Your cat is weighed and we discuss their diet. This helps us assist you in making sure your cat’s nutrition and weight is appropriate for their lifestyle. Also, depending on their age, and any health problems, what supplements or exercise may be needed to assist their diet.
  • Whole Body Check: Ears to toes, we make sure everything is in good standing order. We check for any redness, swelling, discomfort around the ears and eyes. Your cat’s coat and skin are combed to check for fleas or ticks. All teeth, nails, and feet are checked too, along with vital signs.
  • Blood/Fecial Tests: As needed we check their blood and feces for any medical issues.
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Sick or Injured Exams

Occasionally our furry friends may become ill or injured. With Family Veterinary Clinic, your cat is in good hands. Contact us if your cat shows any of the following symptoms:

  • Respiratory problems, including coughing, wheezing or trouble breathing.
  • Signs of pain like panting, labored breathing, increased body temperature, lethargy, restlessness or loss of appetite.
  • Allergic reactions, such as hives or swelling around the face.
  • Seizures, fainting or collapse.
  • Persistent vomiting or diarrhea.

Family Veterinary Clinic strives to offer the very best care during all cat exams. As a result, we give our feline patients the most comprehensive care available. Our staff understands your concerns and are here to help you with any questions. Family is in our name, that is why we treat yours like ours. Make sure to check out our informative blog to learn more about your cat. Contact us today to make an appointment for your cat’s annual exam.