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Urinary Problems in Cats (FLUTD)

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Our Urinary Problems and Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) Course: An in-depth, engaging explanation of this complex problem

Cat weeing everywhere? Or perhaps you’ve been to the vets and had an FLUTD diagnosis? Well, you’ve come to the right place! FLUTD is a common and complex condition, but it’s one that you – as a pet owner – can manage and help prevent in future.

For that reason, we have put together a comprehensive guide to cover everything that you need to know. This course is written by experienced veterinarians, providing you with information you can rely on when navigating your pet’s heart condition.

Why you need this course

We built this course to help you learn about your cat’s condition so you can help prevent it from happening again. FLUTD flare-ups are stressful and expensive, so the things you can do at home are essential.

What You’ll Learn

Our course covers:

  • The anatomy of the feline urinary system
  • The conditions that come under the FLUTD umbrella
  • Diagnosing FLUTD, and its various treatments
  • Preventing FLUTD flare-ups, including weight management, stress relief and increasing urination

Course Benefits

  • Expertly Crafted Content: Authored by veterinary professionals, you get access to trustworthy and accurate information.
  • Practical Tips and Advice: Learn not just the theory but also practical ways to apply your knowledge.
  • Lifetime Access: Enrol once and gain access to the course for the rest of your cat’s life, including any updates.

Enrol Today

While your vet is always there to support you with your cat’s problem, it can be overwhelming dealing with FLUTD cats at home. We created this course to hold your hand while you navigate this condition.

Enrol in our “FLUTD” course today and take the first step towards understanding how you can help your feline companion stay out of pain – and how to help keep your carpets clean of cat wee!

This course was written and contributed to by the following veterinarians:

Vet Dr Sarah Jane Molier is a course author at Petlearnia

Course contributor

Dr Sarah-Jane Molier BVM&S BSc MRCVS

Dr Molier graduated in 2009 and has worked in small animal clinics ever since. She has a special interest in cats and geriatric pets, making her a perfect vet writer for this course.

Dr Joanna Woodnutt MRCVS vet

Course contributor

Dr Joanna Woodnutt BVM BVS BVMedSci MRCVS

Dr Woodnutt worked in a variety of companion animal clinics in the Midlands, including in a feline-only clinic in Worcester. She has an interest in owner communication and holistic care of chronic relapsing conditions.

Emma Gatehouse is a vet and behaviourist who contributes to courses at Petlearnia

Course contributor

Dr Emma Gatehouse BVMedSci BVMBVS MSc MRCVS

Dr Gatehouse is a qualified vet and a resident in Veterinary Behaviour at Langford Vets in Bristol. She has contributed behavioural advice and techniques for dealing with feline stress to this course.

Course checked by:

Dr Sarah Elliot is a course reviewer at Petlearnia, making e-learning courses to promote better pet health

Peer-reviewed by:

Dr Sarah Elliott BVetMed MANZCVS (Feline Medicine) MRCVS

Not only does Dr Elliott have a Feline Medicine post-graduate certificate, she’s also the Central Veterinary Officer for Cats Protection, making her one of the UK’s most respected feline vets.

Note: This course offers a deep dive into lower urinary tract problems in cats so that you can understand your pet’s condition and advocate for their care. It’s essential to remember that it isn’t a substitute for professional veterinary consultations. Always collaborate with your vet to address your cat’s unique health needs. We hope this course helps you do this by providing you with options and understanding to help with your discussions.

Last Updated: May 2024