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When you adopt a pet, it becomes a member of the family, and you want your new furry friend to be as happy and healthy as possible. That being said, different animals have different needs. If you recently adopted a cat or kitten, you may be curious about what you can do to ensure that your feline has the best possible life. Luckily, in today’s post, we will provide you with a few tips you should consider to ensure that your cat is living its happiest and healthiest life.

Part of living a healthy life involves scheduling regular visits to the vet. However, if your kitty doesn’t like the vet, or if you would like to make these regular visits more convenient, 911 VETS® PriVet can help! We offer mobile vet services in Los Angeles, including wellness checkupsemergency services, and more. Explore our website to learn more about our services, and give us a call to request our mobile vet services at your home today!


It won’t take you long to realize that your new kitty has claws. However, some cats are better about not using their claws than others. Either way, it’s a good idea to make sure you have a few different places for your cat to use their claws safely. Cats love to stretch and file their claws, but if you don’t provide them with a safe place to do so, you may find that your couch or even your leg becomes their new favorite scratching post. Consider buying a few different scratching posts to place around your home. You may even want to consider buying scratching posts made of different materials such as carpet, cardboard, or rope — you never know what your cat may like!


The last thing you want is for your feline to run away and never return home. Even if your cat is strictly an indoor cat, felines are master escape artists, and you may not even notice your kitty sneak out the door until it’s too late. For this reason, it’s recommended that you have your cat wear a collar with its name and your phone number on it. In addition to the collar, you should also make sure your cat is microchipped. Most kittens are already microchipped when they’re adopted, but if yours isn’t, make sure to ask your vet about your options. Investing in a microchip can increase the possibility of your feline being found and making it back home should they run away.


Cats are predators, and they enjoy stalking and pouncing on their prey, whether it be another animal in your home, a toy, or even you. If you want to avoid being your feline’s favorite prey, it’s a good idea to provide your kitty with plenty of prey toys they can play with. With that in mind, cats can be very picky, and if you have more than one, there’s no guarantee that all of your cats will like the same kind of toy. We recommend buying a few different kinds of prey toys such as mice, wand toys, or even a laser pointer. These will provide your kitty with entertainment, as well as keep their hunting skills sharp!


Much like humans, cats are very social animals, and having only one cat in your home could cause your kitty to be lonely and/or constantly beg you for affection and playtime. If you’re worried about your cat being lonely, consider adopting another cat into your family or even another pet. That being said, if you plan to adopt another animal, make sure you take the necessary precautions, introduce the animals safely, and provide them with plenty of toys, places to hide, food, and litter boxes.


While providing your cat with a litter box, food, water, and toys may seem like all they need, if you truly want your feline to be happy and healthy, you may want to consider enriching their environment even further. Luckily, there are many ways you can enrich a cat’s environment. For example, you can buy your furry friend some places to hide and interactive toys. If you’re worried about not having enough space in your home, consider building up instead of out. Cats are natural climbers, so buying a cat tree or building shelves that they can climb on will provide them with endless hours of entertainment.


Keeping your cat happy is one thing, but it’s also important to make sure they are healthy. Luckily, 911 VETS PriVet in Los Angeles can help! Our mobile vet can provide you with all the veterinary services you need, whether you want to schedule a regular appointment or are in need of more extensive services. Learn about all the services we offer by exploring our website, and give us a call to request a mobile vet visit to your home.

We look forward to helping you and your feline!

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How To Avoid Heat Stroke In Pets

August may be the beginning of the end of the summer season, but you can bet that the high temperatures aren’t planning on taking a vacation anytime soon. While some may use the heat as an excuse to stay inside, others choose to venture outside and bring their furry companions with them. There is nothing wrong with going on adventures with your pets, but if you’re planning on going out into the heat, it’s important that you take your pet’s well-being into consideration. That’s why, in today’s post, we will give you a few tips on how to avoid heat stroke in your pet this summer so you two can stay safe while you have fun in the sun.

As a responsible pet owner, you know the importance of taking your dog or cat to the vet for regular checkups, but what if we told you that your visits to the vet could be conducted in your home? At 911 Vets in Los Angeles, we offer mobile veterinary services where we bring all of the services of traditional vet clinic right to your door. Gone are hassles of trying to bring your nervous animal to the vet. Instead, 911 Vets will come right to your home whenever you need. Check out our website to see a complete list of everything that we offer, and contact 911 Vets at 310-341-0216 to request an appointment today!

How Is Heat Stroke Defined in Pets?

You may have heard of heat stroke in humans, but did you know this life-threatening condition affects pets as well? If your dog or cat is suffering from heat stroke, it means that their body temperature has elevated to a dangerous degree. It’s important to monitor your pets if they are exposed to high temperatures for long periods of time. A few symptoms you should look for include:

  • Weakness
  • Body temperature above 103° Fahrenheit
  • Excessive panting or drooling
  • Loss of coordination
  • Seizures
  • Vomiting
  • Bluish grey or bright red gums
  • Collapse and loss of consciousness

If your pet starts to exhibit any of these signs, it’s vitally important that you call a vet right away and begin the process of trying to cool your pet. You want to gradually bring their temperature down with cool towels in a shady spot. You never want to use cold towels when lowering their temperature because the cold could be a shock to their system. While the cooling procedures may help save your pet, it’s necessary that they are seen and treated by a vet as soon as possible.

Tips for Keeping Your Pet Cool

While it’s important that you keep the dangers of heat stroke in mind, you shouldn’t be terrified of your pet getting heat stroke everytime you go outside. There are plenty of ways that you can enjoy the outdoors with your pet while staying safe and cool. If you do plan to go outside with your pet, try to avoid a lot of physical activity during the hottest parts of the day. Plan your outings for the early morning and evening when the temperatures are mild.

Additionally, make sure that your pet has plenty of water and shade when you go outside. Bring along a water bottle and a collapsible water dish so that you can provide your pet with water on the go. If you really want to plan a fun, cool outing, try going to the beach! Your pet will love splashing around in the water, and you won’t have to worry about them getting too hot. Not to mention, you’ll be able to cool off as well. For those who don’t have easy access to a day at the beach, you can invest in a kiddie pool or even hook up a sprinkler for your pet to enjoy!

Planning activities outside is fun, but it may not be something you do every day. Even if you aren’t going on a long walk, hike, or on a trip to the park, it’s still important that you do everything you can to ensure that your dog doesn’t get too hot. Simple tasks like brushing your pet or keep the fan on for air circulation will help cool off your pet and reduce the risk of heat stroke.

Schedule an Appointment Right in Your Home

If you’re not careful, the summer heat can be a dangerous time for your pet. Luckily 911 Vets is here to help. With our mobile veterinary services, we offer everything that you would find at a traditional vet right in your home! Whether you’re in need of an emergency vet clinic or a routine checkup, the experts at 911 Vets have you covered. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment.

We look forward to working with you and your pet soon!

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Being a pet owner comes with many benefits, the main benefit being that you have a furry companion who loves you unconditionally. However, some owners take their pets for granted, using them as a status symbol or for unlimited cute pictures. Being a pet owner comes with many responsibilities, and it’s heartbreaking when the basic needs of a pet are left unfulfilled. In today’s post, we will discuss a few tips for being a responsible pet owner in hopes that you will be able to give your pet the love and support that he or she needs.

At 911 Vets in Los Angeles, we are dedicated to the care and wellbeing of your pet. Providing your pet with veterinary care is a large part of being a responsible pet owner. We understand that sometimes it can be difficult to get your pet to the vet, which is why we offer a mobile vet clinic! Our clinic provides you with all the services of a traditional veterinary clinic, in the comfort of your own home! Whether you’re in need of an emergency vet or you just need a routine checkup, 911 Vets is the 24-hour mobile vet for you! Browse our website to learn more about our services, and contact us at 310-341-0216 to schedule an appointment today!


Adopting a pet is a big responsibility, and not everyone has the time or financial means to have a pet. It’s hard to resist those adorable puppy eyes or tiny kitten purrs, but it’s important to think of the welfare of the pet before you commit to getting a pet. Adding a new furry friend to your home should never be an impulsive decision, as there is a good chance you could regret it at a later time.

Before you adopt a pet, it’s important that you first do your research and consider your current lifestyle. Different pets have different needs, and as a pet owner, you need to be sure that you can accommodate those needs given your lifestyle. For example, dogs need a lot of attention, and they need to be walked and let outside multiple times throughout the day. That being said, if you really want a dog but you’re never home, it wouldn’t be fair to the dog to leave him or her at home at all times or in the care of someone else.


Caring for an animal is an investment in both your time and your money. Smaller animals will require that you take the time to clean their cage every week, while larger animals will require time spent playing, going on walks, and grooming. As we mentioned above, it’s important that you do your research and see what sort of time commitment is required for your desired pet. If it becomes clear to you that it will be difficult to devote the necessary time to your pet, you may want to consider choosing a different kind of pet, or changing your lifestyle or schedule to accommodate his or her needs.

In addition to time, adopting a pet is also an investment in money. Pets need toys, beds, food, veterinary care, and more! Some shelters will give you a rough estimate of what the cost of your animal may be, and some may not let you adopt a pet if the cost is not something you can afford. Ask other pet owners what they spend in a month on their pet, and be sure to keep in mind any extra expenses that may occur, such as emergency vet visits.


While some pets require that you fill their most basic needs, most pets require more than just a full bowl of food and water and a roof over his or her head. Every pet requires that their owner fill some sort of emotional need, whether that be playing for at least 15 minutes every day or cuddling on the couch before bed. Emotional needs could be anything from curiosity to boredom. It’s your job as a pet owner to recognize the emotional needs of your pet and fulfill them.


Your pet’s wellbeing is another big responsibility of the pet owner. Unlike humans, your pet cannot tell you when he or she is feeling sick. You spend the most time with your pet, therefore you know when he or she is not acting like themselves. When you suspect that your animal is sick, it’s your responsibility as a pet owner to take him or her to the vet. It’s also your responsibility to schedule appointments to have your pet’s shots updated and get them checked by the vet to help avoid any health problems in the future. Just as you would care for your own health and wellbeing, it’s important that you care for your pet’s health as well.

At 911 Vets, we care for your pet almost as much as you do, and we are dedicated to giving him or her the best care that we can give. That being said, we understand that in some cases it can be difficult for you to take your pet to the vet. Luckily, 911 Vets is a mobile vet clinic that offers all the service of a traditional vet clinic. To learn more, contact 911 Vets today!

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When it comes to your pets, it’s not necessarily a matter of if you will need to call the vet in an emergency, it’s a matter of when you will need to call the vet. If you’re in the Los Angeles area and you find yourself in an emergency situation, 911 Vets can help. Our mobile vet clinic makes it easy to get the help that your pet needs. Instead of worrying about getting your pet to the clinic in time, 911 Vets can come to you at all hours of the day and night. When you’re in need of an emergency vet clinic, call 911 Vets at 310-341-0216 right away!

In an emergency situation, it’s not always clear when you need to call the vet, which is why in today’s post, we will cover a few situations in which you should call the vet for assistance, and how you should react in an emergency situation. If your pet experiences any of the following situations, be sure to call 911 Vets right away.


The best rule of thumb is that it is never a wrong time to call the vet. If it’s an emergency situation and you’re not sure how to react, the best thing you can do is to call the vet, even if you’re not sure if it is necessary. By calling the vet, you have your pet’s best interest at heart, and can reduce the risk of more serious complications down the road. When it comes to your pet’s health, it’s better to be safe rather than sorry.


You spend a lot of time with your pet. Even if you’ve only had your pet for a few days, it doesn’t take long to pick out distinct personality traits. With that in mind, you know your pet’s personality the best, so if there is something unusual in the way your pet is acting, then don’t hesitate to call the vet, even if you suspect that it’s nothing.

It’s also important to keep in mind that if your pet is exhibiting signs of illness or injury, the problem could be worse than the problems he or she is exhibiting. Because illness or injury is seen as weakness and vulnerability in the wild, animals have become experts at hiding signs of illness.


Aside from calling the vet, the best way to help your pet during an emergency situation is to be prepared. It’s difficult to be prepared for every possible situation, but there are a few things you can do to ensure that your pet will get the proper care he or she needs. The first thing you need to do is find a vet that you trust. Many vets only operate during the day, which is why it’s always a good idea to have the number for a 24-hour vet in an easily accessible location.

Another easy way to ensure that you are prepared for an emergency is to ask your vet for advice. When you go to the clinic for your next appointment, ask the vet what you should do in an emergency situation. This is also a good chance to see if they have a 24-hour clinic that they recommend.


As we mentioned above, it can be difficult to identify an emergency situation and react accordingly. With that in mind, if your pet is showing signs of any of the following symptoms, it’s important that you take them to the vet right away.

Known exposure to dangerous poisons – Unfortunately, there are many substances around your home that can be poisonous to your pet. Anything from rat poison to chocolate could lead to serious complications if ingested. If you suspect that your pet has eaten something poisonous, don’t wait for the symptoms to get worse before you call the vet.

Not eating or drinking – Depending on your pet, not eating or drinking could be a major sign that something is wrong. Some pets eat everything in their bowl within minutes, while other pets choose to savor their food and make it last for hours. With that in mind, in most cases, not eating or drinking within in a 24-hour period is cause for concern and you should visit the vet.

Vomiting and diarrhea – If your pet is vomiting or has diarrhea, it could indicate that there is a serious problem, especially if either contains blood. If it only happens once, it may not be something to stress over. However, if your pet is vomiting or has diarrhea repeatedly, it could lead to severe dehydration.

Difficulty breathing – Breathing difficulties, strange noises when breathing, or any other irregularities in your pet’s breathing need to be addressed right away by a vet.

These are just a few of the common emergencies that need to be addressed by a vet. If your pet exhibits any of the symptoms listed above, you need to seek treatment from a vet right away. Luckily, if you live in the Los Angeles area, 911 Vets can help. Our mobile vet clinic is available 24/7. We offer all the veterinary services that you would find in a normal vet clinic, except we bring our services to you. Call 911 Vets at 310-341-0216 today.


Going to the vet is no walk in the park, and chances are, your pet will most likely put up a fight or try to avoid it as much as possible. Luckily, if you live in the Los Angeles area, 911 Vets provides you with the convenience of bringing the vet to your home! With our mobile vet clinic, you won’t have to worry about trying to get your dog into the car or your cat into his or her carrier. We provide you with our expert vet services in the comfort of your own home. Whether you are in need of a routine check-up or emergency services, our vets will come to your aid at any hour of the day or night. Learn more about our services, and contact us at 310-341-0216 today!

In our previous blog, we talked about a few ways to help make your trip to the vet as stress-free as possible. In part two of this multi-part series, we will continue to talk about some more ways to help your pet feel more at ease when it comes to visits to the vet. Continue reading below, and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call the experts at 911 Vets!


In part one, we discussed how to help your pet become more familiar with the car and his or her pet carrier. Another great way to put your pet’s mind at rest on the way to see the vet is to make his or her pet carrier as comfortable as possible. Whether the carrier is just out in the open or you’re taking your pet to the vet, it’s important to make that environment comfortable. No cat or small dog will enjoy sitting in a hard, plastic carrier. Lay down a blanket or towel to increase the comfort level and maybe even throw in your pet’s favorite toy. The littlest things could help your pet feel a little calmer.


For pets that are extremely anxious or nervous, you may want to consider using calming scents. Animals release pheromones that help to calm both themselves and other animals, and recently, companies have been able to create products that have the same effect. Most often, these pheromones come in spray bottles. Before you go to the vet, spray the towel in the carrier or the seat in the car with these pheromones to provide your pet with a calming scent.


Once you’ve returned home from the vet, be sure to give your pet some space if that is what he or she desires. Visiting the vet is stressful, and just as you enjoy some downtime after a stressful event, so does your pet. He or she may run and hide, or curl up in their bed and sleep for a long time. Either way, give them some space until they show signs of wanting attention, but still keep an eye out for any bad reactions to shots or medication that your pet received during the visit.

Hopefully, these tips will result in a stress-free visit to the vet. If you’re looking to minimize the stress by having the vet come to your home, 911 Vets can help! We are proud to provide the Los Angeles area with all the services that you can find at a traditional vet clinic, 24/7. Whether it’s an emergency or a cancer screening, we can give your pet the attention and treatment he or she deserves. Call 911 Vets today!


A trip to the vet can be a stressful experience for your furry friend. Not only is he or she in an unfamiliar setting, but they also are poked and prodded by strangers. It’s no wonder you fluff ball gets scared or anxious every time you have to take him or her to the vet.

At 911 Vets in Los Angeles, our mobile vet clinic provides you with all the services you would find at a traditional vet clinic, but instead of having to put your pet through the stress of going to a new location, we bring the clinic to you! We provide our expert service 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Whether you’re in need of a routine check-up or it’s an emergency, our mobile vet clinic will come to you. Give us a call at 310-341-0216 to schedule an appointment!

With our mobile vet clinic, going to the vet isn’t quite at stressful for your canine or feline friend. However, once the exam starts, you may find that your pet is still not at ease. In part one of this multi-part series, we will discuss a few things you can do to help your visit with the vet be as stress-free as possible. Continue reading below and don’t forget to contact 911 Vets to schedule an appointment with our mobile vet clinic.


Anxiety at the vet clinic affects both dogs and cats, and most of the time it is because they are unfamiliar with this new environment. It’s important to give your pet the chance to become familiar with his or her surroundings in addition to any mode of transportation you will use to get there. For example, with your pup, try making car rides a regular activity. Take your dog to the park or on a hike, but make sure that he or she becomes familiar and comfortable in the car. With a cat, try leaving the cat carrier inside the house. If you only bring the carrier out of storage when it’s time to visit the vet, there’s no question that the sight of the pet carrier will make your cat nervous. Allow your cat the opportunity to get comfortable with the carrier by leaving it inside and allowing him or her to explore without the fear of going to the vet. If your cat is extremely nervous about the carrier, try placing his or her food inside of it and reward your feline with treats.


The main reason pets feel stressed at the vet’s office is because they aren’t comfortable. While it may seem like an impossible feat, it’s important to try and reassure your pet throughout the visit. You can do this by giving him or her reassuring pats or rewarding good behavior with treats. That being said, some pets might become too nervous to eat, but it’s a good idea to offer the treat so that your pet will have it later when he or she is calmer.

Reassuring your pet is a good way to calm his or her nerves, but it’s also important that you give the vet and the vet’s assistant room to work. Too many hands touching your pet can cause overstimulation. Remember, the vet is trained to handle scared or anxious pets, therefore it’s a good idea to give him or her some space when necessary.

A trip to the vet can be a stressful situation for your pet, and these are only a couple examples of ways you can make the visit as easy as possible. Keep an eye out for part two where we will discuss a few more ways that you can help your pet relax at the vet. In the meantime, if you are in the Los Angeles area and you’re looking for all the traditional vet services in the comfort of your own home, call 911 Vets. With our mobile vet clinic, you get quality care around the clock. Call us today to get started!


Candlelit dinners, boxes of chocolates, and bouquets of flowers all spell romance for your human beau, on the other hand, these testaments of love could be dangerous to your favorite furry Valentine.

911 Vets proudly serves the Greater Los Angeles area with our mobile vet clinic. We offer all the traditional veterinary care services, however instead of you coming to our clinic, we bring the clinic to you! Whether it’s an emergency or your furball just needs a simple pet exam, our mobile vet clinic will come to you! View our extensive list of services and call 911 Vets today!

It’s important to be aware of the common dangers your pet may face on a daily basis, but on Valentine’s Day you may be exposing your pet to more safety issues than you realize. Continue reading below for a few things to keep in mind while you celebrate Valentine’s Day with your loved ones, and if your pet should eat something harmful, be sure to call 911 Vets immediately.


Chocolate is most likely one of the first things you think of when it comes to harmful substances for your pet. While you may indulge in the decadence, your pet should not. Chocolate may be fatal, especially if it’s dark and bitter, as this will cause your dog or cat to eat more. Milk chocolate also has a higher fat content, meaning if your pet consumes a large amount, it could lead to life-threatening inflammation to the pancreas. That being said, if you decide to eat chocolate this Valentine’s Day, make sure you keep it in a safe place where your pet can’t reach it.


Flowers are another popular symbol of love on Valentine’s Day, and your pet may love the sweet scent of the bouquet as much as you do! Certain plants and flowers are poisonous to your pooch or furry feline, but they may be tempted to taste anyway. Lilies are especially toxic to cats.

If you’re sending a bouquet of flowers to someone with a cat, be sure to specify no lilies when you send in the order. Upon receiving flowers, take note of any that may be poisonous to your pets and remove them. Your bouquet may not be as pretty, but your pets will thank you.


For those who plan to stay at home on Valentine’s Day, a candlelit dinner might be on the menu. Candles construct an aura of romance and you may use them to create ambiance for your romantic evening. However, if you have curious pets, you may want to keep them out of the room if you have candles lit. The last thing you want is to have to call the fire department on Valentine’s Day because your pet knocked over a candle during his or her investigation.


Roses for your sweetheart is a wonderful gesture on Valentine’s Day. Roses are not toxic to your pets, but if your dog or cat decides to take a closer look, they may run into some thorns. Puncture wounds can easily become infected, or even worse, your pet could accidentally swallow a thorn. Your best bet is to check roses for thorns and remove them as soon as your bouquet arrives.

911 Vets

There may be many dangers for your pets this Valentine’s Day, but if you are aware of the hazards, it’s easy to keep your favorite furballs safe from harm. However, if your pet should eat something poisonous, call 911 Vets right away. Unlike traditional veterinary clinics, we offer a mobile vet clinic that will come to you! In addition to emergency services, we offer all the bells and whistles of your primary vet clinic. To learn more, check out our website, or contact 911 Vets at 310-341-0216 today!


As a valued member of your family, you care about your cat’s health and wellbeing, meaning you don’t want to see him or her get sick or hurt. Unfortunately, getting sick happens every so often. 911 Vets offers 24-hour care, so whether it’s an emergency or you just need a routine check-up, we are available at any hour of the day. 911 Vets also offers the convenience of our mobile vet clinic. Instead of driving to the vet, the vet drives to you. Contact us today to schedule an appointment, or visit our website to learn more about the services we offer.

In part one of this multi-part series, we covered a few diseases that are commonly found in cats. It’s important to know what diseases your feline friend may be susceptible to, so in today’s blog, we will continue to discuss a few more common cat diseases. If you notice your kitty showing any of the symptoms mentioned in this blog, be sure to contact 911 Vets right away.


Heartworm is more commonly seen in dogs, however, cats are still at risk, especially if your home is located in an area with a large population of mosquitos. Because cats are not biologically natural hosts for the heartworm parasite, it is unlikely that the heartworm will complete an entire life cycle, or even make it to the heart. Unfortunately, those parasites that do manage to live can cause serious health issues for your kitty. Symptoms of heartworm disease include:

  • Loss of appetite
  • Lethargy
  • Persistent cough
  • Depression
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Weight loss
  • Sporadic vomiting
  • Sudden death

Outdoor cats are at higher risk for being bitten by an infected mosquito, however, indoor cats are also at risk for being bitten by mosquitos that find their way into you home. If you live in an area with a dense mosquito population, there are methods you can take to prevent your cat being infected. Contact 911 Vets today to learn more about our heartworm treatment.

Feline Leukemia Virus (FelV)

FelV was discovered in 1960s and is a transmittable retrovirus that can cause serious damage to a cat’s immune system. Unfortunately, FelV is easily passed from cat to cat through bodily fluids such as saliva, urine, feces, blood, and nasal secretions. It’s important that every cat is tested before entering a new household. Common symptoms for FelV include the following:


  • Fever
  • Seizures
  • Changes in behavior
  • Loss of appetite and weight loss
  • Lethargy
  • Respiratory distress
  • Pale or inflamed gums
  • Poor coat condition
  • More

These are just a few symptoms of FelV. If you are concerned that your kitty might be suffering from FelV, contact one the vets at 911 Vets. Luckily, if your cat is up-to-date on all of his or her shots, he or she will already have the feline leukemia vaccine, making it highly unlikely for your feline to contract the disease.


Contrary to popular belief, ringworm is caused by a fungus that infects hair, skin, and nails. Ringworm is transferred from cat to cat both directly and indirectly through shared bedding, dishes, and more. Infectious spores can remain in your home for more than a year and have the potential to affect not only the other animals living in your house, but they can also affect you as well. Your cat may be infected with ringworm if he or she is exhibiting the following symptoms.

  • Flaky, bald patches that exhibit redness
  • Skin lesions on the ears, forelimbs, and ears
  • Red areas or excessive dandruff

In some cases, your cat may carry the infectious ringworm spores but not show the symptoms. It’s important to have your vet thoroughly check your cat if you suspect he or she has ringworm, especially since the infection can spread to both you and your other pets.

911 Vets

911 Vets care for the wellbeing of your pets as though they were their own. Whether you are in need of emergency treatment, or you suspect your animal is sick, contact 911 Vets. We can even bring all the services offered by a traditional vet’s office right to you home with our mobile vet clinic. Schedule an appointment with 911 Vets today!

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