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At Calabasas Animal Clinic, we are happy to treat your feline friend! We encourage cat-owners to schedule a visit with us, rather than avoid vet visits for your cat because of the stress. We will handle your kitty with as much care as if they were our own, and create a health-care plan that is tailored to your cats needs so that they can go home healthy and happy.

 

Some alarming statistics:

  • In the United States, there are 86 Million Owned Cats and 78 Million Owned Dogs
  • Almost twice as many cats than dogs never visit the veterinarian
  • 41% of cat owners visit the veterinarian only for vaccinations
  • 39% of cat owners say they would only take their cat to the veterinarian if the cat was sick
  • 60% of cat owners report that their cat hates going to the veterinarian
  • 38% of cat owners report that they get stressed just thinking about bringing their cat to the practice
  • Studies have shown that older cats visit the veterinarian less often than younger cats and that owners of indoor cats are less likely to place a priority on veterinary care than owners of outdoor cats

Below is a list of just a few of the services we offer for cats, please view our Services for a full list of the services we offer. Then call us today to schedule a visit for your cat! (818) 880-0888

Feline Diabetes

Like people, pets may experience endocrine abnormalities, such as diabetes. There may be dietary changes that you can change now that may prevent your pet from becoming diabetic. If left untreated, this disorder may cause cataracts and vision loss, severe weight and muscle loss, and may cause death. You can screen for diabetes with a simple blood test.

Flea & Tick Control

Fleas and ticks are external parasites that can potentially pester and deliver life-threatening bacteria into the bloodstream of your faithful companions. Seeing one live flea on your pet may indicate that there is a more serious infestation in your household. Ticks may carry and deliver potentially fatal infectious organisms to your pets and possibly even to your human family members. We recommend discussing the risks of these ecto-parasites as well as preventative and treatment strategies with your veterinarian.

House Calls

Some cats and dogs may get stressed or carsick if they travel to the veterinarian. Our staff may alleviate these issues by making a house call. Please call to see if you are within our service area and if this would be a good option for your pet: (818) 880-0888

New Kitten Packages

Just like human children, new puppy and kittens require quality health care to give them the best start in life.  Puppies and kittens require different vaccination protocols and preventative care to ensure they life to their fullest potential. Please schedule an appointment to discuss proper care and preventative medicine for your baby animal: (818) 880-0888

Nutritional Counseling & Pet Food

Selecting a pet food is an extremely important decision you make for your pet. You are what you eat. The gut is also a very complex immune organ that confers health to the rest of the body. Calabasas Animal Clinic has knowledge and experience regarding available nutritional needs of your pets and of the nutritional quality of commercially available diets. Learn More>

Spays & Neuters

One of the most common surgeries performed in companion animals in this country are spays and neuters. Even though this surgery may be considered routine, there is still a degree of risk in performing any anesthetic procedure and surgery. Read More>

Vaccinations & Immunizations

At Calabasas Animal Clinic, we are a full service veterinary clinic specializing in providing affordable vaccinations among other preventative medical and holistic measures. We are staffed by a multidisciplinary team of qualified and compassionate veterinarians dedicated to optimizing your pet’s health. We at Calabasas Animal Clinic spare no expense in offering the best quality product in our vaccines that are available on the market to protect your pets and to reduce side effects. Learn More>

Feline Training

Common feline behavioral issues to contend with include urination or defecation outside of the litter box and in abnormal locations, inter-cat aggression, aggression with people or other animals, and destructive behaviors. There may be an underlying medical condition in your cat such as pain or infection causing some of these issues. We offer consultation on possible causes of these abnormal behaviors, full medical evaluations, and treatment and training options that may help alleviate or prevent further problems.

Teeth Cleaning

One of the most under-treated chronic conditions we see in pets is dental disease. As in human medicine, oral health care is extremely important in dogs and cats. In addition to the local oral inflammation and pain associated with tooth decay, bacteria that live on the plaque and tarter under the gum line can gain access to the bloodstream and this has been linked to organ dysfunction.  To help reduce chances of infection, pain, and organ dysfunction in your pet and to optimize health, we recommend regular dental checkup with the veterinarian and maintenance of a proper cleaning regimen. Learn About Pet Dental Care>

Boarding

We offer our dog, cat, exotic and pocket pet patients the opportunity to stay for boarding with our dedicated team monitoring their needs and activities. Whether for one night or an extended stay, your pets will be in good hands. We offer pets opportunity for exercise, interaction with people and other animals, tailored feeding plans, and medication administration. Learn More>