Keep kitties calm, keep compliance strong

Keep kitties calm, keep compliance strong

Accomodating fussy felines is good for all.
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Nov 17, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

Ask a cat and it may tell you that a visit to the clinic is not fun. Of course, dealing with a crabby tabby is no picnic for owners or veterinary team members either. Dr. Eliza Sundahl says it's important to de-stress feline practice-goers for the good of all involved.


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