• Alex Lieber General Practice & Preventative Medicine KENNELING YOUR CAT When you must travel, making sure your beloved cat is well taken care of while you are gone is foremost on your mind. Whether you leave suddenly or plan a trip carefully, you’re probably going to feel guilty over the upheaval your leaving will cause your pet. But is it better to find someone to watch her, or should you [...]

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    Dr. Debra Primovic BOARDING Here is a checklist of 10 important steps to consider before boarding your cat. Consideration of each of these items will help you and your cat have a good boarding experience. Interview - Interview the kennel on the phone. Find out how long they have been in business and ask for references. Use those references. Make a surprise visit or tour the facility before [...]

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    Dr. Douglas Brum General Practice & Preventative Medicine WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW While kennels range from the barebones to the ultra-fancy, keep in mind that the frills are meant mainly for owners. The cat really isn't interested in what color his enclosure is. What is important is general safety and the friendliness and competence of the staff. WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A KENNEL · The first thing [...]

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    INSTRUCTIONS To help you get the most out of your pet sitter, print and fill out the following instructions: CONTACT INFORMATION Your Name _____________________________________ Your Address ____________________________________ Phone # ________________ Cell # ____________ Emergency Vet # __________________________________ Vet Name ________________________________________ Vet Phone[...]

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