Dr. Catherine

Kennel Cough – It’s not just for Dogs who go to the Kennel!

Canine kennel cough (or infectious tracheobronchitis) is a respiratory disease that is spread through aerosolized bacteria or viruses, so your dog doesn’t have to be boarded at a kennel to get exposed. Vaccination for kennel cough may be recommended for your dog based upon his or her level of exposure to other dogs as well…

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Feline Inappropriate Elimination

There are a number of medical conditions that can cause cats to urinate or defecate outside of the litter box (see Dr Hershey’s article entitled “Help! My cat is urinating outside the box” on our website). It’s important to work with your veterinarian to first determine and address the underlying cause for inappropriate elimination, but…

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