Why is My Cat Peeing Out of the Box?

Posted in News on Tuesday, April 14, 2015. by Dr. Tara Valentine

Is Your Cat Not Peeing In Their Litter Box?

One of the most common complaints I get from my clients about their cats is inappropriate elimination. One of the biggest misconceptions they bring to the table is “My cat is mad at me so she peed on the rug.” Peeing outside of their litter box can be complicated and can have several reasons. Cats do not get mad at us and make a mess in retaliation -- cats don't have the ability to think like that.

Let's look at some reasons why your cat may not be using their litter box.

Why Does My Dog Smell? Part 2

Posted in News on Thursday, April 02, 2015. by Dr. Katherine Murphy

Strong Smells on Your Dog May Indicate Skin Conditions

Why Does My Dog Smell? Part 2

It’s usually obvious when your dog has a skin problem. You may be able to smell it, but most likely you can see it. Look for signs of hair loss on your dog, crusts or areas of bleeding, and can cause strong smells on your dog.

Let's look into skin problems as a possible reason your dog might be smelling unpleasant. 

Why Does My Dog Smell? Part 1

Posted in News on Thursday, March 19, 2015. by Dr. Katherine Murphy

Otitis in Dogs

Why Does My Dog Smell? Part 1

The smell of a dog is a common topic of discussion at our veterinarian practice. Sometimes when I walk into a closed exam room, the strong odor can be so powerful it will knock me over. There are some obvious places to examine on your dog when looking for a solution. Let's first discuss the ears, otitis and bacterial and yeast infections.

Pet Resort March Special

Posted in Specials on Monday, March 09, 2015.

Pet Resort March Special


March Special

Posted in Specials on Monday, March 02, 2015.

March Special

March2015 Special

Feline Purevax Rabies

Posted in News on Monday, March 02, 2015.


 Dear Cat owners, 

We are very pleased to announce that the Feline Purevax Rabies is now available in a 3 Year vaccine.

 The Doctors at Animal & Bird Hospital are committed to keeping your cat healthy. Vaccines have always been part of that care.  But like all medical products and procedures, there is some risk.  Although uncommon, serious vaccine reactions have been documented in cats vaccinated for rabies.  Sarcoma cancer formation at the injection site is the most serious of these reactions.  

In Pinellas County, there is a mandatory rabies vaccination for both dogs and cats. Worldwide, rabies is the fourth leading cause of human deaths, following snakes, other humans, and mosquitoes. When our pets are vaccinated, human cases of rabies are decreased.

 Using Purevax Rabies will significantly reduce the risk of a Rabies induced sarcoma. This is why we will carry this vaccine in both 1 Year and 3 year vaccines. There is a significant price increase for this particular vaccine, but we believe it is worth switching to Purevax.

 You have come to depend on us to take the very best care of your cat. We know that using Purevax is the best way to achieve this goal.


National Dental Month

Posted in Specials on Tuesday, February 03, 2015.

February is National Dental Month! February Special JPG

Cat Carrier Training

Posted in News on Monday, January 26, 2015.

Teach your cat to LOVE the carrier

Providing a more positive veterinary experience for your cat starts at home. Teach them to LOVE the carrier (and that it doesn't mean going to the vet)! Watch this video for more information:


January Special

Posted in Specials on Friday, January 02, 2015.


December Special

Posted in Specials on Tuesday, December 02, 2014.

December Laser Therapy Special

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