Preventative Care for Cats

Advanced Care Veterinary Hospital knows how important preventative care for cats is to ensure they can live a happy and healthy life. This core belief is the reason that we offer our cat patients and their owners a comprehensive selection of preventative care services designed to improve overall health, longevity and wellness. Our team is committed to not only providing ongoing education to our clients, but we also want to ensure that your cats are getting the level of service they need at all times to prevent more severe problems from occurring in the future. 


Comprehensive Preventative Care for Felines

The focus of Advanced Care Veterinary Hospital's preventative care for cats is to ensure they have the support and resources they need to maintain a healthy life. Some of the steps required to meet this goal may include nutrition, proper hygiene and the right level of stimulation. However, one of the most important benefits of an excellent preventative care plan is the ability to detect diseases or illnesses early and treat them before they become a more significant problem.  

Many feline diseases are easier to treat in earlier stages. Without the adequate level of care throughout this crucial period, some illnesses may reach a point where treatment is no longer an option. Unfortunately, many cats are good at hiding any problems or symptoms they may be experiencing – making preventative care even more critical. Some of the most vital components of a great preventative care plan for cats include: 

  • Semi-Annual Physical Examinations

  • Blood and Urine Analysis

  • Annual or Semi-Annual Dental Cleaning

  • Parasite Control and Vaccinations

  • Flea and Tick Treatments

  • Grooming and Hygiene

  • Nutrition Coaching

  • Ongoing Education for Pet Owners


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Why Does Preventative Care for Cats Matter?

Although a cat's needs may vary from year to year, the underlying emphasis on preventative care should be a priority to ensure the best outcome possible. Kittens have very different healthcare needs than senior cats; however, working with an experienced veterinarian can simplify this process and provide the best approach to maintaining optimal health consistently – no matter what unique issues a cat may be facing. 

Preventive care is essential for any pet to ensure their health and happiness are kept a priority. Most cats do not receive the level of veterinary care they need and deserve. Veterinarians understand the usefulness of the preventative health care guidelines for cats developed by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the importance of the preventative care services that are being provided. 

Feline Preventive Healthcare Guidelines represent the most advanced scientific and clinical information available designed to ensure a cat's health and quality of life remain a priority at all life stages. These guidelines also provide evidence-based medication combined with everyday best practices to empower pet owners further to ensure their cat's best interests are being met at all times. 


Why Choose Advanced Care for Senior Cat Care?

Advanced Care is more than just a primary care hospital. Our patients and clients are special to us and are the reason why we always treat everyone who comes to visit as another member of our family each and every time they walk in our doors. We do not treat every patient the same because we understand that each one requires individualized care and attention. 

Veterinarian taking care of cat

Meet Our Doctors

Jennifer Patton


Dr. Patton’s decision to pursue veterinary medicine came after she realized that while education and teaching is her passion, it is not something she could do as a career. Veterinary medicine allowed her to combine her love of animals with her love of teaching.

After she graduated from Oklahoma State University with her Doctorate, she practiced in several high volume hospitals in the Tulsa area, developing medical skills with varied case loads and growing her leadership skills.


Allissa Huckabay


Dr. Huckabay’s love of science and animals naturally led her to a lifelong passion of veterinary medicine. She worked and volunteered at a local veterinary hospital before she furthered her education at Oklahoma State University, graduating in 2016 with her Doctorate.

Dr Huckabay immediately found her home at ACVH, where she is able to create a healthy bond with each of her patients as she experiences all stages of their care with their owners.


Phillip Adolph

Phillip Adolph, DVM is a graduate of Oklahoma State University Veterinary Health Sciences. He also attended OSU for his undergraduate studies where he graduated with a Bachelors of Arts and Sciences in Agriculture through the College of Animal Sciences. Dr. Adolph was on the President’s Honor Roll and was a member of the OSU jazz orchestra. He joined the Advanced Care team immediately upon his graduation in 2019 after doing 6 weeks of externships during his 4th year of veterinary school.