Sedating cat

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Good luck I get my cat shaved because his hair gets matted so bad. Also I like to get him shaved for the summer because it gets to be 35 cel.

where i live and I think that having a huge coat must feel terrible.

Hi, I have a himalayan cat and I get him groomed usually two or three times a year.

The last time i got my cat groomed the groomer did a very bad job. Thanks There is always a risk associated with any sort of sedation. It depends on if the risk of sedation is worth getting the procedure done.

When a cat develops a behavior problem, pet parents are often at a loss as to how to solve it.

For instance, problems may develop between multiple cats in a household, or a cat might stop using her litter box because of a physical problem that’s no longer even bothering her, or a cat might groom herself excessively, to the point of pulling all her hair out.

When behavior problems like these develop in cats, help is available from qualified professional animal behavior experts, such as Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists (CAAB or ACAAB) or board-certified veterinary behaviorists (Dip ACVB).

We've shaved quite a few cats (and some dogs) under sedation, as well as doing "short" tail trims on sedated dogs. If he's an older cat who has stopped grooming and is severely matted, then you've got a good reason. If he's a well behaved cat who just gets a little squirmy, I'd take whatever you can get without sedation.

You can also try an actual cat groomer or in home groomer who specializes in shaving cats.

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