Mealtime

A cat and a dog eating out of the same bowl.

Puppies

Feed a high quality diet designed for puppies. A wide variety of diets and formulations are available and your veterinarian should be your primary source of information as to the best choice for your puppy. The amount fed will vary with the type of food and the individual dog, but in general, should only be as much as the puppy can consume in 5 to 10 minutes at a given meal. Puppies are usually fed 3 times daily when between 6 and 12 weeks old, 2 times daily when 12 weeks to 6 months old, and may be fed 1 or 2 times daily when older than 6 months. For certain large breeds of dogs, your veterinarian may recommend that several smaller meals be fed rather than 1 large meal (even when your dog becomes an adult) because an association has been suggested between the consumption of large meals and a serious medical condition called gastric dilatation/volvulus or "bloat."

Kittens

Feed a high quality diet designed for kittens. Your veterinarian is your best source for information regarding an appropriate diet for your kitten. Dry foods are usually most economical and have the advantage of providing a rough surface that will help reduce plaque and tartar buildup on your kitten's teeth, but canned foods can be fed/supplemented if desired. Amount fed will depend on the diet, as well as the age, size, and activity level of your kitten. Kittens can be fed free-choice or at set mealtimes; however, many veterinarians recommend feeding all pets at set mealtimes because intake can be more easily monitored. Canned foods should always be fed at set times, because if left unrefrigerated, they can spoil. I recommend use of stainless steel bowls because plastic and ceramic bowls can scratch, leaving crevices for bacteria to hide. The latter types of bowls (and resultant resident bacteria) have been associated with feline "acne" and skin irritation.

Dry foods are usually most economical and have the advantage of providing a rough surface that will help reduce plaque and tartar buildup on your kitten's teeth.



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Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Temporarily Closed due to Covid 19

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Feedback from our clients

  • "I just took my cat Ruben there and he and I loved it I will always go there great staff and really hard workers my cat was one happy boy"
    Julia C.
  • "The best vet I've ever used! The most kind and caring staff I've ever encountered. They are a sea of calm in times of stress. I'm beyond grateful for everything they have done for me and my cats."
    Marnie S.
  • "I extend a huge thank you to Dr. Fisk and the staff at the clinic. He worked within my budget to provide the dental care that my cat so deperatly needed. 5 stars!!! I'm so happy with Roblin Veteranary clinic. I will share with all my friends!"
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  • "We have had the most fantastic experiences here.

    We are incredibly grateful for the compassion and care that they have shown us, and our pets.

    They are attentive, thorough and most importantly, they take the time to explain what's going on with your animals."
    Malory C.
  • "10 stars lol. Thank you to all the staff for their compassionate care of my furry crew"
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