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    Sarah Wallace, DVM

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    Dr. Sarah Wallace was born and raised in New Hampshire, studied biology at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania, and attended Western University of Health Sciences in California for veterinary school. Dr. Wallace has worked at Just Food for Dogs and Fuzzy Pet Health, and writes and contributes to many online pet health publications.

    Dr. Wallace's passions are: increasing access to veterinary care for all pets across the country, preserving the human-animal bond, and utilizing nutrition to improve a pet's medical condition and quality of life. She is Pet Nutrition Coach Certified, Fear Free Certified, and Human-Animal Bond Certified. 

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    Choosing the Best Cat Treats


    Veterinarians get asked this question all the time, “Which treat is best to give my pet?” As a veterinarian who has formulated many diets and treats for dogs and cats, I can tell you that if chosen correctly, treats can supplement your pet’s health as well as be very beneficial to their overall well-being.

    Not to mention the training that often accompanies treating, or the mental stimulation of an interactive game.

    Because every pet is an individual with their own personality and preferences, some treats may be accepted readily whereas some pets require a little trial and error before you find the treats they love. With pet individuality in mind, let’s explore what sorts of treats are ideal for cats.

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    Topics: Cats, Cat Treats, supplements for cats, Cat nutrition

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