Client handout: Feline behavior Q&A

Client handout: Feline behavior Q&A

Clients become frustrated when their cat starts spraying in the house. Here's how to teach on the topic and help clients get to the root of the issue.
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Jan 01, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

Spraying and inappropriate elimination can be big problems for owners of cats. Click here for a handout that teaches them about what they can do with your help.

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