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Killarney Cat Hospital

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Dental Care Month

Have you brushed your pet's teeth today? Daily teeth brushing and annual dental cleanings help prevent severe dental disease and other health problems.

 

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Welcome to Killarney Cat Hospital in Calgary

Killarney Cat Hospital is a full service clinic and outpatient facility exclusively for the treatment of felines. We are able to offer you a clean, quiet, dog free environment, which is less stressful to your cat and makes a typical vet visit a more pleasant experience. We believe that every pet is a precious individual entitled to the best health care available. We emphasize personal and individual attention to every pet.

Through our genuine commitment we always attempt to practice the best, up-to-date medicine possible and we will strive to create a warm and caring atmosphere and provide a positive experience for each and every client-pet visit.

We are very proud that our clients honour us with their trust and consideration. In return they will receive uncompromising personal service, excellent medical, surgical and nursing care.

Dr. Carl Hannigan | Dr. Tasha Kean | Dr. Tiffany Lennox
Veterinarians, Killarney Cat Hospital – AAFP Accredited Cat Friendly Practice®

 

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I have brought my cat Lola (9-10 yrs) there a few times and have continually received excellent care and service.…

Jessica Macdonald

Killarney Cat Hospital was recommended to me for boarding my kitties (Sienne & Delilah) by The Cat's Inn while I…

Lynda Spencer

I love Killarney Cat Hospital! Because they specialize in cats, the atmosphere is much more calming to their patients as…

Nei Thunder

I was referred by a family member to take my kitten to Killarney Cat Hospital, when my regular vet wouldn't…

Jennifer Davidson

They take wonderful care of our cat Stephen! He is never stressed out at the vet (and he doesn't like…

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Preventative Dental Care

Preventative dental care is one of the most important things owners can do to increase the health and longevity of their cats. Neglecting to keep a cat's mouth healthy can lead to gingivitis and periodontal disease. In severe stages, when the gingiva is openly bleeding, it is possible for bacteria to enter the bloodstream and infect organs such as the heart, liver and kidneys. Not only is this worrisome for the health of the cat but it is also painful.

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The Tooth Fairy comes for Kittens too!

Many new kitten owners are surprised to learn that kittens have “baby” teeth, just like we do. These teeth are properly called deciduous teeth, and they are not present at birth. At 2-3 weeks of age, the small incisor teeth appear at the front of the mouth, at around 4 weeks of age the canine teeth (fangs) have emerged, and by 6 weeks of age, the teeth at the back of the mouth (premolars) have emerged. Kittens have a total of 26 deciduous teeth.

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