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(512) 900-2778
South Emergency:
(512) 900-2778

Round Rock Specialty
(512) 900-2778(512) 900-2778
Round Rock Emergency:
(512) 900-2778
Round Rock Emergency:
(512) 900-2778

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Cats


Upper Respiratory Infection

There are several conditions that may cause cats to sneeze. However, sneezing that lasts more than two days is probably due to a viral upper respiratory infection (URI), similar to a "cold" that we may have.

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Tapeworms

Tapeworms are intestinal parasites of the cat (and dog). Because they are classified as cestodes, they belong to a different family than the hookworms and roundworms (called nematodes). Several types of tapeworms are known to infect cats; Dipylidium Caninum is by far the most common. 

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Subcutaneous Fluid Administration

Administration of supplemental fluids can benefit cats with a variety of medical conditions. Most commonly, this is recommended for cats with kidney disease. We recommend that you learn this technique for your cat. Don’t be alarmed - it is normal to feel reluctance about this.

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Seizures

What is a seizure? 

Seizures are one of the most frequently seen neurological problems in cats. A seizure is also known as a convulsion or fit. It may have all or any combination of the following: 

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Roundworms

Roundworms are one of the most common intestinal parasites of the cat. They can be an important cause of illness, and even death, in kittens. As their name implies, these are large-bodied round worms, averaging about 3-6 inches (8-15 cm) in length.

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Ringworms

Ringworm is a skin disease caused by a fungus (plural: fungi). Because the lesions are often circular, ringworm was once thought to be caused by a worm curling up in the tissue. However, ringworm has nothing to do with any type of worm. 

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Raising Kittens

Raising kittens can be an extremely rewarding experience or it may produce frustration and failure. The following information is provided in order to increase your chances of success. 

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