Health

October 2016 Issue

How to Navigate a Second Opinion

A specialistís fresh perspective can be helpful, but know the etiquette involved and tread confidently.

When you bring a cat into your family, you make decisions in his best interest for food, litter and veterinary care. As your catís healthcare proxy, youíre also responsible for routine check-ups, dental health and vaccinations. Sometimes, however, you may need to make more difficult decisions, perhaps to seek a second opinion when the current treatment isnít working.

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