Services

A Wide Variety of Cat Clinic Services

Comprehensive Care for Your Cat

We offer a wide range of services, which are listed below. If you have any questions regarding any of our services, please contact us and we’ll be happy to provide you with additional information. The Completely Cat Clinic is dedicated to providing high-quality services to your felines.

Laser Technology

Laser is the ideal instrument to use for a variety of surgical procedures. Lasers have been used on humans for over 30 years, and we're pleased to be one of the few practices in the area to offer you this service for your cat. Laser technology provides less trauma, bleeding, swelling, and pain to the surgical site. Declaws are performed with our laser, and our clients love it.

Grooming

We offer the following grooming options:
  • Bath and brush
  • Sanitary shaves: Sanitary shaves are done to keep the rear end of a cat clean. Occasionally, cats have feces and urine buildup on or around their rear end. Shaving this area can help keep cats away from infection, urine scald, and other cleanliness issues
  • Lion cut: Lion cuts can be beneficial to cats and owners! Lion cuts have many advantages such as a decrease in hairballs, shedding, and improving skin health. Owners will notice less hair in the house and it can help with minor allergies
Cat Wellness Exam

Kitten or Cat Wellness Exam

We take cats into the vet when they become ill. However, for preventative care, cats should be seen 1 to 2 times a year for wellness visits. The life expectancy of an indoor cat is 15 - 18 years. Wellness visits can keep our cats strong, healthy, playful, and living to be 15 to 18 years old or even 20 to 22 years! Bringing your cat in for a yearly or biyearly exam will ensure that they are healthy and will also let us know if there are any health issues we need to address.
 
One thing we monitor very closely is a cat’s weight. Weight loss can indicate many disease processes that may be affecting your cat. Weight gain is something we also monitor because we worry about diabetes, liver disease, and joint problems. Because our cats can’t tell us what’s wrong or how they feel, coming in for a wellness visit and exam 1 to 2 times per year is one of the best things we can do for them.
Cat Wellness

Senior Cat Care and Wellness Profile

Your cat is considered a senior pet if it’s 10 years or older. Senior pets can be at risk for several health issues, including hyperthyroidism, diabetes, blood pressure, kidney disease, and inflammatory bowel disease, just to name a few.

Having a senior wellness profile run 1 to 2 times a year will help keep your cat healthy, and will also help us detect any health problems. The profile includes an exam, complete blood count, full blood chemistry profile, urinalysis, thyroid screening, and 2 full-body X-ray.

Safe Anesthesia

We use Sevoflurane gas anesthesia with all of our anesthetic procedures, including all surgical procedures, spay and neuters, dental cleanings, or lion cuts. We also use gas anesthesia with unruly cats that we are not able to restrain. Sevoflurane is a very safe gas anesthesia that we use for its rapid induction of anesthesia and shorter recovery time. It’s eliminated via the lungs. Therefore, it does not have to be metabolized through the liver or kidneys like many intravenous anesthetics.

Some gas anesthetics don’t smell great, but most cats show no reaction to the smell of Sevoflurane. We also use a small amount of an intravenous tranquilizer with most of our surgical procedures. This allows the cats to wake up slowly and calmly and ensures the surgical sites are not affected.

Dental Care

Dental exams should be performed during your cat’s annual checkup. This will be the time when the veterinarian will potentially recommend a dental cleaning. Dental cleanings are recommended for several reasons:
  • Preventative care – Dental disease can lead to problems with vital organs like the heart or kidneys
  • Improve breath – Bad breath can be the first sign of dental issues
  • Relieve pain – Cats are very good at hiding pain, therefore, cleaning and removing any painful teeth can improve a cat’s quality of life significantly

Additional Services

  • Behavioral consultation
  • Microchip implanting
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Radiology
  • Soft tissue surgery
  • Vaccination
Call us today for FREE phone estimates!
402-592-9001
If you have any questions regarding any of our services, please contact us and we’ll be happy to provide you with additional information.
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