Most of us spend time grooming, feeding and playing with our cats but we might not spend much time brushing their teeth. Your cats’ oral health is an important part of their overall well-being. We recommend annual oral exams to evaluate your friends’ teeth and gums and to make recommendations to deter and delay the onset of periodontal disease, as well as to treat existing problems.
Proper diet and nutrition can help your pet fight against disease, maintain a proper weight, and promote the overall well-being of your pet.
External parasites such as fleas and ticks are irritating to pet and owner alike, can carry disease, and distract from your cat’s well-being. Likewise, a host of internal parasites such as tapeworms, coccidia and giardia, can make your friend sick. We recommend annual screening and year-round continual prevention to inhibit potential outbreaks.
During your cat’s annual wellness exam our veterinarians will evaluate his overall health, note potential problems before they get serious, and make recommendations to promote a longer, happier, healthier life.
Preventative medicine is a cornerstone of our practice and timely vaccination is a vital component in maintaining your cat’s health. Proper vaccination is critical in warding off and preventing the spread of harmful disease.
Microchip implantation is a reliable option for permanent, unalterable identification of your companion. It is safe, easy, and inexpensive.
Radiographs (x-rays) are a common, long-used, non-invasive imaging technique used to identify many types of illness or injury; Civic Feline Clinic is equipped with a contemporary digital radiography unit to offer these services promptly as needed.
Similar to radiography, ultrasonography is another frequently-used, non-invasive imaging modality that can provide detailed information about your cat. We have recently acquired a state-of-the-art ultrasound unit to provide superior diagnostic images.
We use electrocardiography to measure and evaluate the electrical activity of the heart to diagnose potential heart conditions your pet may suffer from.
There are a myriad of laboratory diagnostics that our veterinarians can use as necessary to diagnose disease and to evaluate the effectiveness of therapy. We offer both in-hospital and referral laboratory services for all of your cat’s diagnostic needs.
Spaying or neutering your pet can help them live a longer, healthier life, minimize behavior problems, and help control the stray population.
We perform soft tissue surgery for a number of medical reasons. This common surgery can be used for most anything non-joint or bone related.
Orthopedic surgery can help pets who suffer from joint problems, torn ligaments, broken bones, and even help correct congenital problems.
No matter where you’re going or how long you’ll be gone, travel with the assurance that we are keeping your furry friend safe, healthy and relaxed. Our cat-friendly approach minimizes your companion’s stress through ongoing supervision, proper handling, strict cleanliness and thoughtful kennel design.
Our veterinarians are fully accredited with the USDA to issue formal certifications that your friend is healthy enough to travel safely and has had the appropriate immunizations.
Taking your feline friend out of the country? Our veterinarians are fully accredited with the USDA to issue formal certifications that your friend is healthy enough to travel safely and has had the appropriate immunizations for international travel.
In accordance with our mission of helping cats live longer, happier, healthier lives, from nose to tail and womb to tomb, we sincerely believe that as much care should be put into end of life decisions as the care put into the life itself. Though saying goodbye to a beloved companion is a difficult decision, we are here to discuss options and to support you throughout this difficult time.
There are a number of ways to memorialize your beloved cat. Cremation is one option to honor and celebrate your companion’s life.