Feline Services | Declawing | Spaying | Cincinnati, OH
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3000 Madison Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45209

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Keep your feline vaccinated

• Feline distemper/PRC protects against Panleukopenia, Rhinotracheitis, and Calicivirus.

• Feline Leukemia is spread by contact with body fluids from other cats, such as urine and or blood and saliva.

• Rabies vaccines

 

 

Schedule your cat's check-up today!

Annual exams

Spaying

Neutering is important

Physical examinations for cats help us detect and treat problems early before they become potentially life threatening. Exams check for overall health and wellness looking for any abnormalities your cat may have.

Spaying your cat will prevent unwanted kittens, end heat periods, and help in eliminating ovarian cancer, uterine cancer and uterine infections.  

When your cat is neutered, its sexual interests decrease. Aggressive behavior, roaming, and urine marking are also usually reduced. Neutering your pet prevents testicular cancer.

Laser declawing

Prevent fleas

Virus testing

Your cat's clawing can be destructive and costly to your home. Declawing involves the surgical removal of the nail bed and attached bone. Optional laser declawing reduces post operative pain and swelling… dramatically!

We offer a variety of safe products, both prescription and over the counter. Contact us to discuss what options are available and best suited for your situation and your pet.

Feline Leukemia virus and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus Test are transmitted through bodily fluids. We recommend testing for new cats and periodic checks for other cats depending on their life style.

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Intestinal parasite

Examining stool specimens can help us to detect and prevent intestinal parasites. Certain parasites left untreated can cause many complications; severe cases may result in debilitation and possibly death.

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HomeAgain Microchip

When a lost pet is found, the pet is scanned for a microchip. If a microchip is implanted, the national database contacts the owner. The HomeAgain Microchip increases the chance of your pet’s return.