I mentioned in a previous article about the benefits of taking your cat to a specialized cat only vet. I figured that I better practice what I preach and did just that when I started having problems with my diabetic cat. He was taken to one clinic on the list, Larkspur Cat Clinic located on Cactus Road just off Interstate 17. It is located on the left side of the road if you are headed west.
People might think there are a lot of weaknesses when it comes to a cat clinic, but I really have no weaknesses to report.
I really want to focus on the strengths of Dr. Smith and his cat only practice. He is amazing! He really talks to you about what could be going on with your cat. First he touches on the usual medical diagnoses for issues that you may have. If none of these medical issues are found to be positive, Dr. Smith then talks to you about how you and your cat will benefit from behavior modifications. These are both for you and your cat to deal with. Some of these things include litter changing, multiple litter boxes, Bach Flower remedies, home scent therapies, and only as a last resort, drug therapy. Seeing Dr. Smith have drug therapies be the last resort made me feel extremely happy that I brought my cat to his practice.
I could list the reasons why you should bring your cat to Dr. Smith and the Larkspur Cat Clinic, but I invite you to read my other article. Any cat owner should bring their cat to a cat only clinic, especially Larkspur. Plus, I would have thought that it being a specialized clinic that the cost of the vet visits would have been more than when I would go to a non-specialized vet, but it wasn’t! It was the same exact price and they even offered cat health insurance to help pay for your bill over time! This made me so happy!
I cannot thank Dr. Smith and the employees of Larkspur Cat Clinic enough and I recommend that you take your cat to them too! It has been the best experience I have ever had with a vet, my cat, and myself. Taking your cat to Dr. Smith will be the experience that you have had with a vet and your cat too.