Feline Asthma: What You Need to Know

22-Apr-2014
Feline asthma is a relatively common diagnosis in cats. The illness begins with bad inflammation in the cat's airways. This leads to constriction and difficulty breathing, especially if the cat is performing high-energy physical activities. Most often, cats with asthma will cough or wheeze and ...
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East Village Green Animal Hospital provides loving attention to the healthcare needs of animals. Their main veterinarian, Evan Blonder, D.V.M., has over 15 years of experience in this area and he has continued to grow in the service he provides through each animal he looks after. They have a well based knowledge of the health concerns that animals can face and up to date treatments that have proven successful. Their main goal is to alleviate the suffering and take any preventative measures that can avoid further issues. The office states their mission as being able to provide a higher level of compassionate services and that they adhere to a strong moral code while doing so. They are continually advancing their skills, and this includes through educational seminars and through keeping their facility modern. They find great joy in aiding both pets and their families.

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