Cats that spend time outdoors are exposed to various environmental and physical dangers. In the winter, cats are at risk for frostbite and hypothermia (low body temperature), just like humans. Cats should not be left outside for long periods of time in the winter and should always have the option of coming inside. It’s important to be aware of these risks, so you can keep your cat safe and healthy.
If your pet is on a prescribed diet, keeping him or her on that diet is essential for the best possible health and quality of life. Your veterinarian has carefully selected your pet’s prescribed diet based on his or her specific needs, so this food should not be changed.
Our "Little Buddy, the best kitty in the whole world" we love you!
Ember & Cinder
What a life...
Hudson's famous head tilt.
Jenny & Sheeba
See what a good job that Dr. Mike has done on Lucy's teeth!
Max and Dixie
Slayer of Vermin, Guardian of Dog Toys; we love and miss you Nels.
Although we had to part ways for now I will never forget the unconditional love you gave me. Even though there is a lot I will miss I am so happy for the time we shared. Until our spirits meet again rest in peace my sweet Scamper, I will always cherish the time we had, farewell with love.
Pretty pink bone!
Sweetpea won't hold still!!!
Teddy is happy in his environment!
Viking in the daisies.
Lake County Vet Clinic office mascot!
Zim was a very special dog, who touched the hearts of many during his time here at our shelter. Although he was very ill, he was loving and kind. He will hold a place forever in our hearts. Rest in peace Zim.