Feline hyperthyroidism and how YOU can help!
Hyperthyroidism in cats was so rare a few decades ago that it didn’t even have a name. Now, cats are being diagnosed at an alarming rate and the direct cause is still uncertain. That’s why Campus Veterinary Clinic is teaming up with the California Environmental Protection Agency to conduct a study and find what exactly is causing hyperthyroidism in cats. But we need your help to uncover the possible sources of exposure of household cats to chemical contaminants. If you’re interested in participating in the study, or want to learn more about feline hyperthyroidism, read on! Q: What is hyperthyroidism? A: Hyperthyroidism, or overactive thyroid, isRead More →