Dr. Ann Hohenhaus weighs in on a question about a cat eating too quickly.
From grain free to holistic, some pet parents say they’re feeling shamed for not buying the latest and greatest gourmet food. But just because it’s popular in the dog park, is it really better for your pet? Between personal opinions and persuasive marketing campaigns, it’s enough to drive the average pet parent absolutely nuts.
Is there a stray cat hanging out outside your home? Or slowly spending more and more time in your yard? You might very well have been adopted by a local street cat and are now probably asking yourself, “Can you turn a stray cat into a house cat?”
“One of the number one dangers in the home for pets is medications—either pet medications or human ones,” says AMC’s Dr. Ann Hohenhaus.
“First you have to consider your pet’s personality and overall behavior,” says Dr. Carly Fox, DVM, a staff doctor at New York City’s Animal Medical Center who specializes in emergency and critical care. “Some animals are totally fine being dressed up, but others are not.”