Veterinary Services in Victoria BC
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Health and Resources




Taking your adult cat in for regular annual health assessments are important because they provide baseline information and allow the veterinarian to detect any health problems before they become serious. As cats become older we recommend you bring your cat in every 6 months for a geriatric health assessment. Did you know that 1 year for a cat is equivalent to 4-7  years for a human, a lot can change in just 1 year of a cats life.


Frequently Asked Questions for Cats

It is recommended to have your cat on flea control all year round because of our dry summers and mild winters we have here it doesn’t get cold enough to kill them. However, Spring and summer are exceptionally worse for fleas.

The decision to spay or neuter your cat is an important one for cat owners. But it can be the single best decision you make for their long term welfare.
– Spaying/Neutering your cat can improve their overall health.
– Prevent roaming
– reduce unruly behavior

Micro chipping your dog is an excellent means of identification. It won’t fade over time like a tattoo or fall off like a tag. A needle is used to place a little chip under the animal’s skin, between the shoulder blades. That chip has a unique number on it that can be picked up and read by a scanner. The chip traces to your address and phone number.

A by-product is any ingredient that is produced or left over when some other product or ingredient is made. By-products in pet foods that meet Association
of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) guidelines come from clean animal parts other than meat, such as liver, kidneys and other organs which are an excellent source of protein.