Tips for Doggy Beach Time
The summer season is the time for your dogs (and…
According to the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP):
Taking your cat to the veterinarian often involves a battle against your cat. First, you need to battle your cat into the cat carrier. Then, as you make your way to the veterinarian, your cat is often howling and crying in anger from being in the carrier in the car. You then enter the lobby with an irritated cat as you wait your turn. There are several steps you can take though, which will make the visit to the veterinarian a bit easier.
Cats are a bit more difficult to train than dogs; however, it can be done via acclimation to varied conditions. Try to make your cat more comfortable with spontaneous trips, pet him to calm him when he is stressed, and make his carrier his safe haven. This may be extremely difficult with some cats and a very simplest transition with others.