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Natural Treatment Of Urinary Problems in Cats

A urinary problem in cats may cause much worrying not for an animal but also for an owner. The urinary tract has an extremely delicate nature, that is the reason why cats can often catch infections and other health problems. Consequently, it’s very significant for cat owners to take special care of their pet’s urinary health. It’s not difficult to keep your cat healthy, but it will certainly help to prolong your pet’s life.

One of the most common urinary problems in cats is bacterial infection. Cats can easily catch bacteria, particularly if they spend much time outdoors. Unfortunately, after bacteria has entered your pet’s system it can have a destructive effect on the cat’s urinary tract. As bacteria multiplies it can cause the appearance of crystals blocking the urinary tract and leading to serious, sometimes life threatening problems.

To avoid this kind of urinary issue in cats, it’s important to recognize the symptoms of UTI in time and to have the cat treated as soon as possible. The symptoms of UTI in cats are rather similar to those in human being, for instance, blood in the urine, fever, straining to urinate and pain when urinating. UTI can also make urine smelly or to make your cat urinate in different places, generally in small amounts.

If your cat has any of these symptoms, it’s recommended to get it to the veterinarian immediately for a correct diagnosis. For treatment of urinary issues in cats a course of antibiotics is prescribed as the first treatment option. But unfortunately antibiotics may have drawbacks and even side effects. Many antibiotics will certainly remove harmful bacteria but they’ll kill helpful bacteria as well. As a result, your cat is left open to recurring UTI and other health problems and even decreasing of the immune system.

Luckily, the owners worried with a urinary problem in cats, are offered a few options for treatment, like alternative and holistic medications. The latter are produced from 100% natural ingredients and can provide quick relief from symptoms without subjecting your pet to recurrence. These products will also improve the health of the cat’s immune system in the process of treatment.

Besides, while fighting urinary problems, it’s recommended to use definite herbs which are rather effective and include Staphysagris, Berberis vulgaris, and Cantharis. In combination, these herbs can relieve frequent urination and bladder pain and can improve the cat’s immune system and to help the proper functioning of the urinary system in cats.

Apart from using natural remedies, you can also follow some to relief urinary problem in your cat. Feed your cat with a natural diet enriched with Vitamin C and ensure that your cat always has clean water and a clean litter box in order to develop appropriate urinary habits.

Excellent urinary tract health is important for cats, so following the recommended steps to support proper function should be foremost in each cat owner’s thoughts. Always stay one step ahead of urinary tract problems and pay attention to all options for treatment, first of all, natural remedies.…

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Feline Liver Disease And Feline Diarrhoea Treatment

The Webinar Vet has had a great experience in our first feline series which we held in conjunction with Hills. This was a 200 series of veterinary webinars which thanks to the kind sponsorship of Hills was free to all delegates.

There were several hundred attendees at each webinar. Many different nations were represented on this free online veterinary CPD.

Our first veterinary webinar was with Professor Danielle Gunn-Moore and was concerning feline liver disease. This was a fantastic veterinary webinar which used case material to discuss her approach to the liver patient. Danielle??s enthusiasm is so infectious and we had so many positive comments from the attendees.

The next two veterinary webinars were given by Martha Cannon, a feline specialist based in Oxford. Martha always gives very practical veterinary CPD and these two talks were excellent. In the veterinary webinar on renal disease she discussed the value of diet as well as other treatments. Cats on specialist renal diets will often live twice as long as those fed ordinary diets after diagnosis of chronic renal disease.

In the second veterinary webinar, Martha discussed feline diarrhoea using clinical cases to discuss possible approaches and then in the third veterinary webinar discussed the thorny issue of kidney disease, such a scourge in the cat. The Hills diet k/d is a very important part of treatment in cats suffering from kidney disease as it protects the cat??s kidney and slows progress of the disease. Indeed cats fed on specialist kidney diets will live twice as long as those who are fed ordinary commercial diets.

Norman Johnstone is one of the most famous veterinary dentists in the world. We were honoured to have him on the fourth veterinary webinar in our five veterinary webinar series, free online vet CPD kindly provided by Hills Pet Nutrition. He talked about feline stomatitis and gave some fascinating insights into the treatment of this nasty condition. Interferon seems to be the drug of choice

Finally Duncan Lascelles from North Carolina State University gave an excellent veterinary webinar on feline osteoarthritis. In one study 95%of cats showed radiological signs of osteoarthritis in one or more joints. Cats suffering from osteoarthritis often had a stiff gait and had difficulty jumping. Duncan discussed the various treatments that are available in cats. Often this disease is missed by owners and vats and hence no treatment is prescribed.

This whole series of veterinary webinars, including a bonus talk on feline diabetes is available at and will contribute 6 hours of veterinary CPD to the 35 hours yearly target that all MRCVSs must accomplish to satisfy The Royal College.

This brilliant series of veterinary webinars was brought to you by Hills and The Webinar Vet, a fantastic online resource for vet CPD.…