Feline Toothaches and Pain Detection

Feline Toothaches and Pain Detection

Cats hide pain extremely well, and dental pain is no exception. Cats with dental problems that would have any human screaming for an emergency dentist visit will often eat normally and behave as though everything is fine. It can be extremely difficult to determine at home if your cat has oral pain.

Why Dental Care Is Important For Your Cat

Why Dental Care Is Important For Your Cat

It can feel rather unlikely that your cat, who is eating and acting apparently normally, could be experiencing constant oral pain – yet it happens all the time, and cats hide it very well.  One way we know this is what we see happen after dental problems are addressed.  

Hyperthyroidism and Your Cat

Hyperthyroidism and Your Cat

Hyperthyroidism is the most common endocrine disorder we see in Senior cats (cats aged 7 and older). It is caused by an overproduction of the hormones produced in the thyroid glands.