Dear our clients and all cat loving people,
We all had wonderful experience at veterinary conference in San Diego.
We finally had a chance to sit down and talk sincerely about where we are and where we should be going as a cat clinic, the clinic people truly need. We got better understanding from each other and gained a lot of hope.
Conference makes us realize there are a lot of things we are lacking and so we should work on from now on. It’s also really fun, too, just to see and talk to people who do the same thing everyday, all the people who care about animals and made a career out of it.
We are still a very young clinic aiming to be the one people need, not the best one on earth. We will keep looking for the needs of cats and communities and make ourselves who can offer those as much as possible.
Best regards to all kitties who share life with us and their kind family,
All staff from Galloway Cat Clinic
Dear our clients and all cat-loving people,
On November 2nd, we will be closed to attend veterinary convention in San Diego.
This is the only normal working day a year we are closed. The entire staff will travel to San Diego to attend annual veterinary convention to update and educate ourselves. We are so sorry for this inconvenience. However, we will keep our promise to offer best and latest veterinary care to all cats as shown on our clinic mission statement which was made on the day the clinic was first open. Plz, use our voice message box at clinic number(310)375-1924) or email (email@example.com) and contact AVCC(Advanced Veterinary Care Center) for any emergency treatment. We will all come back to work on following Monday, Nov. 4th at 7:30 as usual.
Dr. Son, Mark, Jeanine, and Angelica
We hope you all had a wonderful holiday season. At Galloway Cat Clinic, we want to make sure your feline companions stay healthy and have a long and fruitful life. We’d like to share with you our protocol for wellness exams to get 2013 started right.
Cats naturally hide their symptoms. They will do whatever they can to compensate for their issue. Even if they break their leg they will still try and walk normally. In the wild, they do this because showing signs of weakness is a surefire way to become prey.
To help catch things early, we recommend seeing our kitties and seniors every 6 months. Doing this, we will be able to catch the early signs of illness and disease. This applies even more to our senior cats who are 8 years or older. It is around this time that diseases like kidney disease, hyperthyroidism and diabetes start to show up. Even in healthy cats, it is imortant to have a baseline for blood pressure, dental condition, and body weight so we can watch for change over the years.
However, some cats have a really hard time coming to the veterinarian’s office. We fully understand this issue being a cat-only clinic and we know how stressful it can be for both you and your cat. For these types of cats we recommend annual check ups. This will still give them the attention they need to make sure they are in good health and up-to-date on vaccines.
Now of course, if at any point an issue arises that needs immediate attention, it is important to have your cat seen by a vet as soon as possible.
Our job at Galloway Cat Clinic is to provide the best care to your loved ones. We make sure to send out reminders for your cat’s wellness exams, vaccines, and any sort of recheck appointment so you never have to worry about remembering a date 3 months in the future. We strive to give you all the information necessary so that you have the tools to care for your beloved companion.
-Galloway Cat Clinic