Pets &VETSby Kate Pillsbury, DVMA PAINFUL PROBLEMFOR KITTYA cat with a urinary tract disease is not a happy cat. Urinary tract disease is anextremely painful condition that needs to be treated by a veterinarian. Treatmentcan include antibiotics, pain medicine, nutritional therapy and surgical procedures.Urinary tract disease in cats is common in both young and senior cats. If your cat iscrying with pain while urinating, going in the wrong places, has blood in the urineor is straining to go but is having trouble producing urine there is likely a problemDrinking and urinating more than usual and/or missing the litter box also is a signof a urinary tract disease. For an accurate diagnosis, your vet will typically do athorough exam, take a urine sample, and possibly do xrays and a cultureRelief from urinary tract disease will occur most quickly if your pet is brought tothe veterinarian immediately after seeing changes. The sooner the condition isdiagnosed, the sooner treatment and healing can begin. For illness and traumacare, treatment of chronic conditions, routine wellness visits, dietary counseling,vaccinations, parasite control and other healthcare concerns please call Cody PetHospital, 508-384-5904. We're located at 5 Sharon Ave in Norfolk, MA. In additionto daytime hours starting at 8am Mon-Fri we are open in the evening until 7pm ornTues and Wed and most Saturdays from 9-1.OUR COMFORTABLE, FRIENDLY FACILITY IS LOCATED AT5 SHARON AVE, IN NORFOLK. CALL US AT (508) 384-5904FOR AN APPOINTMENT. WHERE YOUR PET IS LIKE FAMILY!CodyPetHospital.comP.S. Tell your veterinarian about any changes in your pet's behavior. Changesyou may think are positive may not be so in reality. Let the expert decide Pets & VETS by Kate Pillsbury, DVM A PAINFUL PROBLEM FOR KITTY A cat with a urinary tract disease is not a happy cat. Urinary tract disease is an extremely painful condition that needs to be treated by a veterinarian. Treatment can include antibiotics, pain medicine, nutritional therapy and surgical procedures. Urinary tract disease in cats is common in both young and senior cats. If your cat is crying with pain while urinating, going in the wrong places, has blood in the urine or is straining to go but is having trouble producing urine there is likely a problem Drinking and urinating more than usual and/or missing the litter box also is a sign of a urinary tract disease. For an accurate diagnosis, your vet will typically do a thorough exam, take a urine sample, and possibly do xrays and a culture Relief from urinary tract disease will occur most quickly if your pet is brought to the veterinarian immediately after seeing changes. The sooner the condition is diagnosed, the sooner treatment and healing can begin. For illness and trauma care, treatment of chronic conditions, routine wellness visits, dietary counseling, vaccinations, parasite control and other healthcare concerns please call Cody Pet Hospital, 508-384-5904. We're located at 5 Sharon Ave in Norfolk, MA. In addition to daytime hours starting at 8am Mon-Fri we are open in the evening until 7pm orn Tues and Wed and most Saturdays from 9-1. OUR COMFORTABLE, FRIENDLY FACILITY IS LOCATED AT 5 SHARON AVE, IN NORFOLK. CALL US AT (508) 384-5904 FOR AN APPOINTMENT. WHERE YOUR PET IS LIKE FAMILY! CodyPetHospital.com P.S. Tell your veterinarian about any changes in your pet's behavior. Changes you may think are positive may not be so in reality. Let the expert decide

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Pets & VETS by Kate Pillsbury, DVM A PAINFUL PROBLEM FOR KITTY A cat with a urinary tract disease is not a happy cat. Urinary tract disease is an extremely painful condition that needs to be treated by a veterinarian. Treatment can include antibiotics, pain medicine, nutritional therapy and surgical procedures. Urinary tract disease in cats is common in both young and senior cats. If your cat is crying with pain while urinating, going in the wrong places, has blood in the urine or is straining to go but is having trouble producing urine there is likely a problem Drinking and urinating more than usual and/or missing the litter box also is a sign of a urinary tract disease. For an accurate diagnosis, your vet will typically do a thorough exam, take a urine sample, and possibly do xrays and a culture Relief from urinary tract disease will occur most quickly if your pet is brought to the veterinarian immediately after seeing changes. The sooner the condition is diagnosed, the sooner treatment and healing can begin. For illness and trauma care, treatment of chronic conditions, routine wellness visits, dietary counseling, vaccinations, parasite control and other healthcare concerns please call Cody Pet Hospital, 508-384-5904. We're located at 5 Sharon Ave in Norfolk, MA. In addition to daytime hours starting at 8am Mon-Fri we are open in the evening until 7pm orn Tues and Wed and most Saturdays from 9-1. OUR COMFORTABLE, FRIENDLY FACILITY IS LOCATED AT 5 SHARON AVE, IN NORFOLK. CALL US AT (508) 384-5904 FOR AN APPOINTMENT. WHERE YOUR PET IS LIKE FAMILY! CodyPetHospital.com P.S. Tell your veterinarian about any changes in your pet's behavior. Changes you may think are positive may not be so in reality. Let the expert decide Pets & VETS by Kate Pillsbury, DVM A PAINFUL PROBLEM FOR KITTY A cat with a urinary tract disease is not a happy cat. Urinary tract disease is an extremely painful condition that needs to be treated by a veterinarian. Treatment can include antibiotics, pain medicine, nutritional therapy and surgical procedures. Urinary tract disease in cats is common in both young and senior cats. If your cat is crying with pain while urinating, going in the wrong places, has blood in the urine or is straining to go but is having trouble producing urine there is likely a problem Drinking and urinating more than usual and/or missing the litter box also is a sign of a urinary tract disease. For an accurate diagnosis, your vet will typically do a thorough exam, take a urine sample, and possibly do xrays and a culture Relief from urinary tract disease will occur most quickly if your pet is brought to the veterinarian immediately after seeing changes. The sooner the condition is diagnosed, the sooner treatment and healing can begin. For illness and trauma care, treatment of chronic conditions, routine wellness visits, dietary counseling, vaccinations, parasite control and other healthcare concerns please call Cody Pet Hospital, 508-384-5904. We're located at 5 Sharon Ave in Norfolk, MA. In addition to daytime hours starting at 8am Mon-Fri we are open in the evening until 7pm orn Tues and Wed and most Saturdays from 9-1. OUR COMFORTABLE, FRIENDLY FACILITY IS LOCATED AT 5 SHARON AVE, IN NORFOLK. CALL US AT (508) 384-5904 FOR AN APPOINTMENT. WHERE YOUR PET IS LIKE FAMILY! CodyPetHospital.com P.S. Tell your veterinarian about any changes in your pet's behavior. Changes you may think are positive may not be so in reality. Let the expert decide

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