Cats are living longer and longer. This is due to better medical care and the fact that more cats are living only indoors. These cats commonly live up to 15 to 18 years of age, with a few living i ...View Article
Located in St. Louis the veterinarians at Animal Clinic of Clayton are committed to your pet's health. St. Louis based Animal Clinic of Clayton excels in the science of Veterinary medicine and was founded in 1948. Since then Owners Dan Fraser and Stan Feldman have excelled in compassionate veterinary care in the St. Louis area.
Animal Clinic of Clayton is a full-service animal hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of veterinary care for pets. We provide friendly, informative, and supportive services for you and your pet, while maintaining a superior working environment for our employees.
Animal Clinic of Clayton offers the St. Louis animal community and neighboring communities emergency veterinary services as well as medical, surgical, and dental veterinary care. With an in-house pharmacy and access to specialists, our facility offers a one stop for your pet's health and medical care.
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Animal Clinic of Clayton
When most people think of who needs flea prevention, the family dog is at the top of the list, and often cats are forgotten or assumed to be flea free. Cats are very clean creatures; they groom th ...View Article
Cat declawing is possibly one of the most controversial of all animal surgeries. Cats scratch to mark territory and to keep their claws in top condition, but the scratching behavior can challenge ...View Article
Anticoagulant rodenticides can come in many forms from liquid, to pellets, to blocks. They are made to be palatable, thus the increase in risk to pets. Unfortunately, signs of sickness begin days ...View Article
Anxiety is most frequently associated with elimination, destruction and excessive vocalization in the form of barking or crying. Understanding the causes for anxiety in pets is essential to reliev ...View Article
There are an increasing number of cases of dogs getting sick from ingesting a common sugar substitute, xylitol. This substance causes no problems in people, but in dogs it can cause wild fluctuati ...View Article