Are Cats Smarter Than Dogs?
Are cats smarter than dogs? It's a topic of ongoing debate! Here's our take on what's really special about your pet's particular brand of smarts. Read more
Cat Poop Color: What Is Your Cat’s Poop Telling You?
What can your cat’s poop tell you? Read our guide to determine what’s normal, what isn’t, and what to do next. Read more
8 Pet-friendly Thanksgiving Foods
No need to leave out your furry family member from the Thanksgiving festivities. Just make sure to give them foods that are safe for them and don't let them overindulge. The holidays coincide with an uptick in vet visits so ensure you keep your pet safe by following the below tips.Read more
UTI in Cats: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention
Does your cat have a urinary tract infection? Here are the signs of UTI in cats, plus potential treatment options and advice on what to do next.Read more
Can Cats Get Hypothermia? Signs, Symptoms, and More
Can cats get hypothermia? Absolutely! Learn how cold is too cold for cats plus the signs of hypothermia in cats that every cat owner should watch for.Read more
Solar Dermatitis in Cats and How to Prevent Cat Sunburn
Can cats get sunburn? Here's what to know about solar dermatitis in cats and why you need to protect your kitty from the sun.Read more
Can my pet get monkeypox?
We answer all of your questions about monkeypox and pets.Read more
Wet or Dry Cat Food: Which One Is Best for Your Cat?
Wondering which type of food is best for your cat? Here are the pros and cons of wet or dry cat food, depending on age, overall health, and more.Read more
Cat Overgrooming: What’s Normal and What Isn’t?
Cat Overgrooming: What’s Normal and What Isn’t? All cats instinctively groom themselves. But if your cat is constantly licking, how do you tell if that’s… Read more
How to Travel Domestically and Internationally with Your Pet
Don’t let a vacation get in the way of spending time with your pet. Bond vet offers domestic and international travel certificates. Read more
Specialty Surgery at Bond Vet
We’re thrilled to share that in addition to our standard surgery offering, Bond Vet is proud to introduce Specialty Surgery services. Read more
Do Cats Get Hot & How Hot Is Too Hot?
Cats are naturally drawn to heat — you’ve probably seen your kitty seek out that patch of sunshine for a nap. But can cats get… Read more
Can Cats Get Kennel Cough?
While kennel cough is much less common in cats than in dogs, it’s possible for our feline friends to catch the illness. However, kennel cough… Read more
How to Travel With a Cat: Tips for Safety and Comfort
While some kitties do fine with travel, the majority don’t really care for it. After all, cats are creatures of habit. They don’t appreciate changes… Read more
Pet DNA Test: Is Dog and Cat Genetic Testing Worth It?
Maybe you’ve thought about doing a pet DNA test. These tests, which can be easily performed at home by pet parents, are becoming more and… Read more
Common Cat Skin Problems & How To Recognize Them
While skin diseases are a common cause for veterinary visits, they can be frustrating for humans and felines alike. Itchy skin, rashes, infections, and other… Read more
Pancreatitis in Cats: Diagnosis, Treatment, & Recovery
Pancreatitis in Cats: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Recovery Pancreatitis can occur in any age, breed, or gender of cat, often suddenly and without a known underlying… Read more
Conjunctivitis In Cats: Symptoms, Treatment, and More
Conjunctivitis is a very common eye condition in cats. It’s most common in young kittens, but it can affect any cat at any age. When… Read more
Introducing BondAid: Our 24/7 Urgent Care Line We’re excited to announce our new 24/7/365 urgent care helpline for NYC pet parents. Pet parents can give… Read more
Diabetes in Cats: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management
Just like humans, cats can develop diabetes, and it’s often linked to weight and lifestyle. Diabetes is a fairly common disease that can greatly impact… Read more
Cat Sedatives: When and How to Use Them
Even the calmest of cats may feel stressed, nervous, or fearful in certain situations. This can lead to a variety of issues, including inability to… Read more
Five Ways Your Best (Pet) Friend Can Improve Your Health
By: One Medical & Bond Vet As a pet parent, you likely already have a sense of how much your life has improved because of… Read more
Cat Digestive Problems: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment
An occasional episode of upset stomach isn’t all that unusual in felines. It’s one of the most common conditions that veterinarians treat. And most cat… Read more
What’s Normal Behavior for My Cat?
Understanding Cat Behavior Cats have very unique behaviors and inherited traits that many owners have a hard time understanding. Something as simple as stalking and… Read more
Why Is My Cat Throwing Up Blood?
A hairball on the carpet may be annoying, but occasional (less than once a month) vomiting in an otherwise healthy cat is often considered acceptable… Read more
Introducing Bond Vet’s Nurse Elevation Program
Veterinary nurses are the backbone of veterinary medicine. To recognize this, Bond Vet is offering our nurses unparalleled benefits, a clear growth path, and the… Read more
Why is My Cat Not Eating or Drinking?
Despite their comfortable modern lifestyle as family pets, many cats retain the instinct to hide signs of illness, pain, or weakness. That’s why it can… Read more
Cat Diarrhea: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Options
Diarrhea is no fun for you or your cat. Felines may have diarrhea for a variety of reasons, ranging from mild and quick to resolve,… Read more
Your Cat’s Weight: A Hands On Guide for Pet Parents
A cat’s weight can both be an indicator of health and directly affect health. And, since cats tend to be secretive creatures (they often try… Read more
Kitten Growth & Development: First Year Milestones
Kittens grow into adulthood — fast. That’s why it’s important to gain an understanding of how they mature and what their nutritional needs are early… Read more