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Welcome to the Oldtown Veterinary Clinic in Vilnius
Great experience and expertise of our Veterinary Surgeons is the main advantage of our Veterinary Clinic in Vilnius. Attentive attitude and responsibility caring for your pet's health is the essential purpose of our work. We strive for the best result providing medical services for your pet.

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First Puppy Week at Home: Care, the Most Important Aspects

The first puppy visit to veterinary clinic can take very early, some Veterinarians say that the earlier the examination - the better. During the first months of life, it is important to ensure that puppies do not have parasites - worms or fleas, are the most common health disorders. So first of all, at the right age, the Vet gives anthelmintics, if the puppy has parasites, drug dose is...

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Pet's Digestive Disorders. From Diarrhea to Constipation

Monitoring pet's health is the daily duty of every owner. Pets which have health disorder show signs of immobility, do not want to play. One of the health disorders are irregular or too frequent bowel movements. Both constipation and diarrhea may be the body's natural reaction to the change of food and stress, but it is important to pay attention to these problems monitor the...

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Dog's Health. Bloating Belly

Bloating dog's belly can be a dangerous condition - gastric torsion feature. This occurs when a gas or a large amount of food in the digestive tract caused by spasms and crowded stomach turns and the remains of large amount of food and the accumulated gas are left blocked in the stomach, blocking blood flow. The condition is caused by extreme physical exercise after a full meal, as well as...

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Pet's Digestive Disorders: Vomiting

Dogs and cats usually vomit due to too quickly eaten food, excessive amount of food eaten. Active pets also vomit because of the physical activity after eating - jumping, running causes failure in stomach thus it leads to vomiting. Cats vomit due to hairballs in the gastrointestinal tract, and vomiting can be both natural stomach cleaning and also a sign of a more serious health problem.

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Dog Pregnancy. Symptoms, Help, Consultation with Vet. Surgeon

Dog pregnancy lasts about two months, about 63 days. Dog pregnancy consists of three terms lasting for 21 days. It is advised to show your pregnant dog to veterinarian when pregnancy is around 2-3 weeks. Vet advice will help you to figure out the questions on your pet's pregnancy, birth of puppies, the opportunity to arrange for the delivery 24/7, choice of diet while pregnancy, use of...

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Cats Health. Bladder Stones

Bladder stones are called hard mineral and crystal deposits, which are formed from organic materials in the urine. These deposits can be formed or remain as sand or grow to several millimeters. Mineral stones from the bladder move in the urinary tract and block the urinary tract, thus cat cannot urinate. This is a problem for older cats, neutered cats, so it is important for cat owners to know...

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Dog's Joint Health: Osteoarthritis, Pain

Your dog moves continuously and actively, so his joints are experiencing pressures and stress. Regular jumping, active games, and lack of vitamins - some dog breeds may experience health issues with their joints. The more joints wear out, the greater the risk of injuries. Cruciate ligament cracks, osteoarthritis - currently the most common joint problems faced by large breeds of dogs.

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Hairballs in Cats

Cat's tongue has microscopic nipples, which, help to remove loose hair. Cats usually ingest the loose hair of their coat while they wash themselves. Most of the hair, even entering into the stomach or intestines, is easily eliminated, but, in some cases, digestion can be disrupted because of the formed hairballs which cause intestinal obstruction or vomiting. Vomiting cat it's not...

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Shiny Fur - the Indicator of Your Pet's Health

Unusually large quantities of your pet's hair may show health problems: stress, malnutrition or even disease. Quite often this problem can be solved by changing the diet. Our vet can recommend a number of options for high-quality food, food supplements to make your pet's coat look healthy. Quite often this problem can be solved by changing the diet the vet. The doctor recommends a...

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Pet's Prevention Against Fleas and Ticks

Gentle and warm fur of your pet has created an excellent environment for the parasites. Ticks and fleas feed on blood and can cause serious health problems: allergic reactions and skin diseases, mites and also distributes Babesiosis, very severe disease caused by protozoa. Ticks and fleas usually attack pets during the warmer months of the year, however parasites can be found on your pet's...

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Ear Cleaning and Infections. Preventive Hygiene

A healthy cat's or dog's outer ear is usually covered with fur, and the inner part of the ear is usually pink and clean. You should not notice any redness, swelling, pimples, and scabs. Ear usually looks clean and healthy, if you notice fleas, mites or other parasites, and skin irritations, also notice excessive shedding and bold areas on the ear - it is necessary to take your pet to...

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Tests which are Rutinely Performed by Vets in Our Clinic

Veterinarian inspection usually involves several stages. Vet would weigh the pet, check his eyes, ears, mouth cavity, and dental health. Using the Stethoscope Vet would check the animal's lungs, heart, and abdomen. Palpation is useful also to check abdominal organs: liver, kidneys, urinary bladder, an experienced doctor can determine the increased organs. This method is also used to...

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How Pets Help to Manage Stress

A healthy lifestyle is necessary for the weight control, but the research show that that your pet can also help to control blood pressure. The study, conducted in the United States, which was attended by 420 families, couples who have pets at home, in leisure time had lower blood pressure and improved cardiac parameters than couples who had no pets at home. The study, which included people with...

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Renal Failure in Cats

Kidney disease and functional disorders are common in older cats. Untreated kidney disorders develop the disease, which is chronic and incurable. However, early diagnosis of renal failure and the application of proper maintenance can extend the lifetime of the cat and it should not cause great inconvenience in his life quality. Vet. Surgeon who suspects renal failure usually suggests a blood...

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Oncology in Dogs. The Most Common Disease in Senior Pets

Senior (up to 7 years old) dog owners should pay more attention to their pet's health inspection, preventive measures. If the owner wants see his pet healthy for long years it requires continuous medical examination and periodic health checks at the Vet. Clinic. Veterinary doctors recommend annual blood tests, ultrasound, timely castration / neutering, vaccinations and proper diet plan....

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Sterilization. The Common Questions of the Pet Owners

Many pet owners ask their Vet whether if it would be necessary to let their dog or a cat to have an offspring at least once. Each time Vet Surgeons tend to answer: it is really not necessary, and if the owners decide early to perform the surgery, even before the first estrus, it may protect your dog or cat from hormonal changes, thus it may protect the animal from cancer. So it is a reasonable...

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Does my pet swallow something? How to help your pet in the case of constipation?

Constipation means uncommon, hard bowel movement, you may also notice that the animal defecates once only in a few days. This of course also depends on the animal's body and its dietary peculiarities.

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Welcome to Our Veterinary Clinic in the Heart of Vilnius Old-Town.

Whether you are just visiting Vilnius, or staying in our city for a longer time, your pet is welcome in our clinic at any time it needs medical help or you would like to check its health to be sure that your friend is healthy.

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Fight Fleas
If you notice your kitten is losing hair, has irritated skin, is chewing and licking often, or is scratching a lot, he may have fleas. Ask your vet which flea control he recommends for kittens (some products also prevent heart worms), and then treat all the pets in the house. Some flea treatments used in dogs can be very toxic to cats, so always read the package carefully.


Protect Against Worms
By working with your vet, you can help your kitten avoid roundworms (which cause diarrhea, vomiting, and pneumonia), hookworms (which can give your kitten anemia) and tapeworms. If you see what looks like rice grains in your kitten's stool or around her bottom, see your vet for medication.


How to Tell When Kitty Is Sick
There are signs to look for that tell you your kitten may be sick, including refusing food or water, panting, sleeping much more than usual, hiding, coughing, sneezing, vomiting, or losing weight. If you think your kitten isn’t up to snuff, talk to your veterinarian. Never give your cat something from your own medicine cabinet. Some medicine can be deadly to cats.


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Milk to Cats

Most cats are lactose intolerant, meaning that they can't properly digest the sugars in milk. This can result in diarrhea. So most vets recommend skipping the milk.

Until they’re 1 year old, kittens need up to three times the calories as adult cats. So look for food made especially for kittens and feed your kitten the amount recommended on the label. Talk to your vet about using canned food, dry kibbles, or a mixture of both.

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One Litter Box

If cats share the same litter box your cat may choose to pee or poop on the floor. Cats can be very picky about their litter box. If it's dirty or smells like other cats, they may not use it. Experts recommend having one litter box for every cat in your home.

Before you bring home your kitten, make sure you have a litter box, cat carrier, kitten food, food and water bowls.

Declawing kittens and cats is controversial. Because a cat’s claws are attached to their bones, surgery removes the last joint of each "finger." People who are against declawing say it's inhumane. Those on the other side say it makes a cat a better pet, and possibly less likely to end up in a shelter. If you choose to declaw your cat, surgery should be done before 6 months of age. Declawed cats should always be kept indoors because they have trouble defending themselves.

How to Manage Scratching

Try these tips for your kitty’s claws. Nail clippers: They’re easier to use than you think, and usually you only need to clip the front claws. Don't cut the central pink part or "quick," -- the blood supply to the nail. Gently press on the foot pads to extend the nail before clipping. Ask your vet to show you how. Scratching posts let cats do the work.

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Vaccinate Your Kitten
Your kitten’s vaccinations will help keep her healthy. Vaccines can prevent common illnesses such as rabies, feline distemper, feline leukemia, and upper respiratory infections. Talk to your vet to see which vaccines are right for your kitten.

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Welcome to Our Veterinary Clinic in the Heart of Vilnius Old-Town.
Whether you are just visiting Vilnius, or staying in our city for a longer time, your pet is welcome in our clinic at any time it needs medical help or you would like to check its health to be sure that your friend is healthy.
Read more
Neutering - One of the Most Common Surgical Procedures in Veterinary...
By purchasing a small puppy or a kitten, you might already be wondering what will happen when the animal starts to mature sexually. Pet behaviour inevitably changes during puberty, it often begins to mark territory and becomes very active.
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Does my pet swallow something? How to help your pet in the case of...
Constipation means uncommon, hard bowel movement, you may also notice that the animal defecates once only in a few days. This of course also depends on the animal's body and its dietary peculiarities.
Read more
How Pets Help to Manage Stress
A healthy lifestyle is necessary for the weight control, but the research show that that your pet can also help to control blood pressure. The study, conducted in the United States, which was attended by 420 families, couples who have pets at...
Read more
Renal Failure in Cats
Kidney disease and functional disorders are common in older cats. Untreated kidney disorders develop the disease, which is chronic and incurable. However, early diagnosis of renal failure and the application of proper maintenance can extend the...
Read more
Sterilization. The Common Questions of the Pet Owners
Many pet owners ask their Vet whether if it would be necessary to let their dog or a cat to have an offspring at least once. Each time Vet Surgeons tend to answer: it is really not necessary, and if the owners decide early to perform the surgery,...
Read more
Tests which are Rutinely Performed by Vets in Our Clinic
Veterinarian inspection usually involves several stages. Vet would weigh the pet, check his eyes, ears, mouth cavity, and dental health. Using the Stethoscope Vet would check the animal's lungs, heart, and abdomen. Palpation is useful also...
Read more
Hairballs in Cats
Cat's tongue has microscopic nipples, which, help to remove loose hair. Cats usually ingest the loose hair of their coat while they wash themselves. Most of the hair, even entering into the stomach or intestines, is easily eliminated, but, in...
Read more
Shiny Fur - the Indicator of Your Pet's Health
Unusually large quantities of your pet's hair may show health problems: stress, malnutrition or even disease. Quite often this problem can be solved by changing the diet. Our vet can recommend a number of options for high-quality food, food...
Read more
Ear Cleaning and Infections. Preventive Hygiene
A healthy cat's or dog's outer ear is usually covered with fur, and the inner part of the ear is usually pink and clean. You should not notice any redness, swelling, pimples, and scabs. Ear usually looks clean and healthy, if you notice...
Read more
Pet's Prevention Against Fleas and Ticks
Gentle and warm fur of your pet has created an excellent environment for the parasites. Ticks and fleas feed on blood and can cause serious health problems: allergic reactions and skin diseases, mites and also distributes Babesiosis, very severe...
Read more
Cats Health. Bladder Stones
Bladder stones are called hard mineral and crystal deposits, which are formed from organic materials in the urine. These deposits can be formed or remain as sand or grow to several millimeters. Mineral stones from the bladder move in the urinary...
Read more
Pet's Digestive Disorders: Vomiting
Dogs and cats usually vomit due to too quickly eaten food, excessive amount of food eaten. Active pets also vomit because of the physical activity after eating - jumping, running causes failure in stomach thus it leads to vomiting. Cats vomit due...
Read more
Pet's Digestive Disorders. From Diarrhea to Constipation
Monitoring pet's health is the daily duty of every owner. Pets which have health disorder show signs of immobility, do not want to play. One of the health disorders are irregular or too frequent bowel movements. Both constipation and diarrhea...
Read more
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