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Keeping Your Cat Content Part 2: Litter Box 101

Keeping Your Cat Content Part 2: Litter Box 101

Normally kittens are relatively easy to “potty train”. However, if litter box issues arise it is best to address them quickly in order to minimize the possibility of an occasional “accident” outside the box from becoming a habit. In this second installment...
LVC Spring Promotion

LVC Spring Promotion

Come in and celebrate spring with Longwood Vet! For a limited time, clients are eligible to pick an Easter egg revealing a special prize! Everyone is a winner here, but luck will determine if you can receive 10%, 15% or 25% off one product of your choice! This is a...
Multi-Part Series Blog: Keeping Your Cat Content

Multi-Part Series Blog: Keeping Your Cat Content

First Step: Basic Items Needed for the Purrfect Environment For the safety and longevity of your pet, most veterinary experts recommend keeping your cat inside if possible. With that being said, we understand keeping your cat strictly indoors poses some unique...
Potential Toxins and your Cat

Potential Toxins and your Cat

According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), the following are among the most frequently identified causes of feline poisoning: Insecticides that are used on lawns and gardens Rodenticides, which are used to kill rats and mice...
Top Toxins for Your Dog

Top Toxins for Your Dog

The veterinarians at Pet Poison Helpline have determined the “Top Ten List” of substances that may be poisonous to your pet dog. It’s worth taking the time to make sure your pet does not have access to these in your home. 1. Foods – specifically chocolate,...