|What you need to know!|
|Urinary Issues in Cats – They are common. Here’s what you need to know!|
|They are the easily stressed, finicky, sensitive creatures we know and love. Now what do you do when your kitty is having urinary issues? Here’s what you need to know:
Many cats can develop a condition known as iFLUTD- Idiopathic (meaning not knowing why it originated) Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease. Symptoms can include straining to urinate, blood in the urine, frequent urinations, and more. Having your kitty checked by our veterinarians can help to determine if your cat is suffering from iFLUTD. An exam and urinalysis is usually the first step. Learn more about this condition athttps://ebenezervets.com/pet-
As always, call us if you have questions or are concerned about your kitty!
|Upcoming EAH Community Projects and Events!|
|April 18th, 2015Waggin’ Trail Dog Walk and Event! During Come See Me!We had so much fun last year, we decided to sponsor this event again in 2015! Mark your calendars now to join us for the dog walk – only $5 to join and proceeds benefit 2nd Chance Rescue! There will be games, vendors, and a walk!
The event is from9am-12pm and is held at Tech Park in Rock Hill (across from York Tech). Check out event details here!
|April – May, 2015Help us raise much needed supplies for the Humane Society of York County!May 3rd – 9th is National “Be Kind to Animals” Week. To celebrate this, (something that should be done year round!) we are collecting donations for the York County Humane Society throughout the months of April & May.
A full list of supplies needed can be found here, and range from litter pans and blankets to toys and bowls. YCHS helped hundreds of animals find loving homes last year – the least we can do is help them in that purpose!
|June 2015TBD- Look for exciting things on the horizon!|
|EAH Highlighted Staff Member – Sheila!
|Many of you know our groomer, Sheila, but what do you really know about her other than she makes your pets beautiful?Sheila has been with EAH since 2004. She is a proud mom of two grown kids, and a grandma to five little ones! She loves spending time with (and spoiling!) her grandkids at any given opportunity. She is also a mom to five rescued dogs (Emma, Dottie, Biddie, Oz, and Zach), who take up much of her time and her house!Sheila is in the process of moving into a new house, and is looking forward to having a bit more space for her family than she currently does! In her spare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors- particularly kayaking and fishing. The mountains and the beach call her name whenever possible, but when she’s settled at home she enjoys refinishing antiques and furniture in general.
Next time you are in EAH, please say hi to Sheila. And whether your pet is in need of a simple bath or a full groom, Sheila is your lady!