Features

January 2018 Issue

Urine Sample? No Problem

“Bring us a urine sample,” says your veterinarian, leaving you a bit bewildered—how do I do that?

Your veterinarian might want to examine your cat’s urine for a variety of reasons, such as to evaluate kidney function or monitor diabetes. But how to get that urine? It’s not as difficult as you might think.

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