Here you’ll find our preventive healthcare protocols, tools, tips, tricks and more, all designed to make your practice more accessible to cats and cat parents.
A visit to the veterinarian can be stressful for cats and their parents. In fact, 58% of cat parents say that their cat hates going to the clinic. And 38% say that simply thinking about going to the clinic is stressful. Wrestling cats into carriers at home and dealing with dogs in the waiting room can be overwhelming for everyone.
More visits mean more chances to catch diseases in their earlier stages, resulting in improved quality and length of life for your feline patients. A few simple steps can reduce the stress of veterinary visits, helping to boost frequency. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
Proudly display the Cat Healthy logo at your clinic to let pet parents know you are serious about cat-healthy care.Download
Take this simple quiz to help you assess and improve the Cat Healthy-ness of your clinic — from reception to examination to follow up.Download
Providing a Cat Healthy seating area and entrances away from dogs is a great start toward improving cat comfort. Download the sign for use in your clinic.Download
Hanging cat-specific materials not only educates your cat clients, it lets them know they’re an important part of your clinic.Download
There are fewer than 100 board-certified feline specialist veterinarians in the world.