Codornices Veterinary Clinic
By actively engaging owners in their pets’ health care decisions through education and relationship building, we can achieve our basic idea of “teamwork to care for humans and their pets.” We’ve got your pet covered for anything from annoying skin disorders to organ ailments to aging concerns.
If you’re like most pet owners, you’re well-versed in your pet’s daily routine. If you notice your pet isn’t doing what he or she usually does, or if his or her behavior patterns have changed, these could be subtle but vital signs that your pet is sick. It’s time for you to step in as a pet parent and call the vet right away.
Behavioral changes are not to be taken lightly. It’s time to figure out why your pet is hiding rather than purring on the windowsill. Even the tiniest changes in a pet’s behavior might be a symptom of a significant problem because pets are so excellent at hiding discomfort and disease.
If one of the veterinarians at Codornices Veterinary Clinic determines that your cat has a short-term illness or a long-term chronic health problem, your cat may require prescription medicine, which you will be responsible for administering. When a pet refuses to cooperate, administering medication can be difficult. We’re here at Codornices Veterinary Clinic to show you how to give your cat medication safely and without worrying yourself or your cat.