Veterinarians: Create a nook with a towel and a tube

Veterinarians: Create a nook with a towel and a tube

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Dec 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

We roll our towels into a tube and then place them in an oval or circular shape in the back of the cage. Cats, kittens, and small dogs seek out this nook as a safe place to curl up. Giving them a special nest seems to ease anxiety and stress.

—Chrysa Dunser, DVM
Hyde Park Veterinary Clinic
Tampa, Fla.

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