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Is My Cat Overweight?

Is My Cat Overweight?

You may just think of your cat as cute a cuddly, but carrying some extra weight—even just a few ounces—can impact their long-term health. Here, our Ventura vets can explain how to tell if your cat is overweight and what to do to help your cat maintain a healthier weight.

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Fungal Infections in Cats - Types, Causes & Treatments

Fungal Infections in Cats - Types, Causes & Treatments

Fungal infections can pose a serious health threat for our feline friends. In some cases, your cat's fungal infection could even be passed along to you and your family. Our Ventura vets explain some causes, symptoms and treatments for fungal infection in cats.

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Cat Urinary Tract Infection - What You Need To Know

Cat Urinary Tract Infection - What You Need To Know

Although they are rare when compared to the occurrence of Urinary tract infections in dogs, older cats may experience UTIs or other urinary tract issues that cause similar symptoms. Here, our Ventura vets share the causes, symptoms and treatments for these infections and related diseases in cats.

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10 Reasons Why Your Cat is Not Eating

10 Reasons Why Your Cat is Not Eating

Cats are notorious for being picky eaters. But, you shouldn't assume that this is the only reason your kitty isn't eating. Here, our Ventura vets explain some other possible causes and when it is time for a veterinary visit.

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The Types and Symptoms of Anemia in Cats

The Types and Symptoms of Anemia in Cats

Our VMSG veterinary team will describe here the different types of anemia in cats and offer some information about their symptoms and what to do if you suspect your cat has anemia in the Ventura area.

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Anemia in Cats: Symptoms and Treatments

Anemia in Cats: Symptoms and Treatments

Anemia is a condition which often indicates another, underlying, health issue. However, it can be treated and cured. Here, our Ventura vet team describes the symptoms, and treatments for anemia in cats.

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Signs Your Cat May Have Had a Stroke

Signs Your Cat May Have Had a Stroke

Learning that your cat has had a stroke can be a distressing revelation. With early and effective treatment, our Ventura vets may be able to help your cat recover well.

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Caring for Pets in Ventura

Veterinary Medical and Surgical Group (VMSG) accepts new clients to our specialty services and emergency services.

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