Spring is nearly here!

It is time to think about protecting your cat against parasites in the environment (intestinal worms, fleas, ticks, skin mites, ear mites and heartworm). This prevention is important if your cat spends time outdoors, if there is contact with other animals that go outdoors, if there is exposure to mosquitos (risk of transmission of heartworm) or if he is a hunter. Did you know that a species of tapeworm may be transmitted by the ingestion of small rodents and another by fleas? Tapeworms have the appearance of small grains of rice that congregate at the base of a cat’s tail.

Our veterinarians are available to guide you in choosing the best prevention for your companion animal.

Contact us as soon as possible if your cat is at risk of contracting parasites. It will be our pleasure to see you!