There is a really great pro/pre-biotic product out there called Proviable it is made by Nutramax Labs, an excellent company. I have tried it as well as several of my co-workers on cats with watery explosive diarrhea- the stuff works overnight and if the cat has a metabolic or IBD type issue it really helps a lot. Please consider adding this great neutraceutical. Yes, we do sell it where I work, But... [Read more]
Our Weeble Wobble, a 9-year-old male tuxedo was diagnosed about a year ago with IBD. We weren't sure if he was going to make it as they did not know why he was so sick all of the sudden so they had to do biopsies and found out that he had IBD and Extremely low muscle mass in his hind legs. Since then we have it under control and he is thriving. [Read more]
As some of you remember from chat, now that Tardy is getting up there in years (almost 13) we have been noticing him slowing down a bit, getting up to greet us less often, and just seeming a little 'down'. Since we know he's broken his sternum in the past, dislocated a hip, and lost some teeth, and we're SURE there's more that we don't know about, we thought he might need a little extra something to [Read more]
The reason why you've gotten so many suggestions to neuter Vicious is that it really CAN help lower aggression, particularly in male cats. You said that he's a young kitty - just under a year - and kitties that age is a bit aggressive at any rate and when you mix hormones with it, well, you get the picture.
I do recommend neutering - because it will likely help - but it's not the only thing you should be concerned about. [Read more]
Neurologic injury from anesthesia is caused by a period of inadequate oxygen delivery to the brain. The severity of the neurologic damage is proportional to the length of time the brain is oxygen-deprived. The part of the brain involved in vision is particularly sensitive to lack of oxygen so blindness is the most common symptom, more severe deficits are certainly possible. [Read more]