Does your pet regard your lawn as the perfect place to snack? Eating grass may not seem very appetizing to you, but your pet doesn't share your disdain. In fact, both dogs and cats enjoy eating a ...View Article
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Red Cedar Animal Hospital, PC is proud to announce that we are certified in the Cat Friendly Practice Program. This honor means that we have met standards for treatments, equipment and environment to provide your feline companion the best medicine. Red Cedar Animal Hospital, PC is one of the 1st veterinary practices in the Greater Lansing Area to become a certified Cat Friendly Practice. We look forward to the opportunity to care for your cat.
Nobowl feeding system- No more bowl feedings!
The Cat Community- American Association of Feline Practitioners
Environmental Enrichment - What is It?:
Help convert your chubby cat into a smart, stimulated feline:
The CATalyst Council is an organization dedicated to cat-specific care:
Tips for introducing a new cat into the household:
Information on caring for a cat with feline asthma:
Tips for pet parents with both cats and dogs:
Overweight cat? Check out this link:
Really great information for every cat parent:
Make trips to the vet with your cat less traumatic:
Videos on feline topics including brushing your cat's teeth, caring for a diabetic cat, kidney disease, medicating your cat, trimming nails, and more:
Feline heartworm disease is a real threat. Read more:
Information on vaccines for cats:
Before you decide that your indoor cat doesn't need parasite prevention, consider these facts:
Useful information about cat housesoiling
Informative videos about reducing stress for vet visits, why cats need routine care, and what it means to be a cat-friendly veterinary practice
Getting your cat used to his/her carrier:
What's in your cat's mouth?