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Dr. Hazel Carney, DVM MS DABVP Women’s Day Magazine’s popular Pet Care feature recently interviewed one of WestVet’s Specialists for assistance with an article on problem behaviors in cats.  Dr. Hazel Carney, DVM, MS, DABVP, offers Treasure Valley cat owners more than thirty years experience in research, treatment and care of feline health and behavior problems. This renowned board certified veterinarian is an educator, author, and national speaker and describes herself as “one of the oldest living cat doctors in captivity.”  

If you’ve found your furry feline to have a few quirks and behavior ticks, you’ll find some quick tips on how to remedy many of them in this article including litterbox aversion, excessive meowing, jumping on countertops, and scratching or biting to name a few. Read the full article on the Women’s Day website located here: Solutions to the 10 Most Embarrassing Cat Behaviors.

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