Vaccinating kittens is important but does not need to be done until eight weeks of age. In the first few days after birth, the mother's milk is rich in antibodies. This is called colostrum and protects the kitten until vaccines are given. We wait until eight weeks to vaccinate because...
The veterinarians at Campbell River Veterinary Hospital understand how important your cat's health is. Our goal is to work with you to develop a vaccine protocol that will work for your cat, and its lifestyle, age and needs.
We recommend deworming to protect your cat from internal parasites as well as the members of your household.
Senior cats age much faster than we do and need special care and treatment. At Campbell River Veterinary Hospital, we recommend that our senior cats have a physical exam every six months to watch for any concerns that can creep up. Yearly blood work is also encouraged to ensure a...