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All About Cats Explains How Seasonal Changes Affect Las Vegas Felines

(July 06, 2018)

LAS VEGAS, July 06, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- All About Cats Veterinary Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada wants pet owners to be aware of seasonal changes that could affect the health of their feline companions. The cat-only veterinary hospital has a special expertise in diagnosing and treating cat diseases and as the season changes from winter to spring they see a few conditions which flare up as the temperatures start to soar.

With the seasonal increase in pollen, the primary reaction in cats is an increase in allergies and asthma problems. Cat owners are advised to look for asthma symptoms such as coughing or difficulty breathing, and to bring their pets to the veterinary hospital for treatment as soon as they notice these problems. Asthma can be life threatening if treatment is delayed until the late stages.

Another syndrome the cat veterinarians see in their pet hospital is an increase of crystal formations in the urine, which can cause painful urination and even urinary blockages in male cats. The pet doctors say that this problem seems to present itself more often as the climate starts to warm, which is not necessarily common knowledge. They are aware of the problem because of their expertise as a cat-exclusive veterinary practice. Symptoms of this condition include urinating more frequently and in smaller amounts, straining to urinate, blood in the urine, urinating in new places and excessive licking of the genitals.

The privately-owned Las Vegas cat hospital was founded by veterinarian Dr. Terri Koppe in 2001, and has grown consistently to meet the needs of cats and their owners throughout the greater Las Vegas area. “In addition to treating cats that are sick, part of our job as cat doctors is to provide education for pet owners,” commented Dr. Koppe. “Our specialized knowledge in the field of cat veterinary care allows us to provide insights and healthcare tips to cat owners.”

About the Veterinarian: Specialized Las Vegas cat care services available at All About Cats include cat wellness exams, cat spay and neuter surgery, kitten wellness exams, adult cat annual exams, geriatric cat care, cat vaccines that suit the cat’s individual lifestyle, cat dental examinations and cleanings, cat-only boarding and cat-only grooming. All About Cats Veterinary Hospital is located at 4370 S Durango Drive in Las Vegas, NV. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Visit the website at to learn more about cat behavior and cat health, or to view current promotions. Call 702-257-3222 to set an appointment to discuss how seasonal changes can affect your feline.

All About Cats: 702-257-3222

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