Watertown Animal Hospital: Your Pet's Health and Wellness Home
On behalf of our veterinary team and dedicated staff, we welcome you to the official site for Watertown Animal Hospital in Watertown CT. We're honored to have the opportunity to serve pets and their owners throughout the area by providing the highest standards of modern veterinary care. We hope that you'll familiarize yourself with our people and services and that you'll decide to make our clinic your pet's home base for his health and wellness needs.
Need a Veterinarian in Watertown CT?
If you've been looking for a veterinarian in Watertown CT, we have a whole team of skilled practitioners to choose from. Our two co-owners, Dr. Steven M. Price and Dr. Priscilla L. Kerbin, came to the clinic as a husband-and-wife veterinary team in 1979. Dr. Mary Beth Spiotti got her veterinary start here at this very clinic, assisting us while still a teenager. Dr. Dana Scozzafava, who was helping out at veterinary facilities as early as the fifth grade, has been at Watertown Animal Hospital since 2011. Dr. Debra Freidus, who has been active as a veterinarian since 1984, is in her third decade of service at our clinic. We're also lucky enough to have a caring, first-class technical and office staff. It's this family feeling and dedication to quality that makes our vet hospital stand out from the rest.
Get All Your Primary Care Services Here
Whichever Watertown veterinarian your pet sees, he'll have access to a wide range of primary care services. We offer such diverse services as:
- Preventative care - Wellness exams, vaccinations, dental checkups, parasite prevention, microchipping, and other preventative procedures can help keep your pet as well as possible all the time.
- Surgery - When your pet needs a tumor removed or a damaged joint repaired, turn to us for surgical treatment. We also offer spaying and neutering as essential preventative surgery.
- General medicine - When your pet is ailing, we can help! We'll diagnose your pet's condition, prescribing medication, special diets, surgery, or other care as needed.
- Pain management - Chronic pain can be managed through a variety of methods. We can prescribe anti-inflammatory drugs, exercise programs, or even corrective surgery to help your pet cope.
- Weight management - Is your pet too heavy for his health? We can recommend a weight management program to help him get trim and stay that way.
- Emergency procedures - Trust our team to treat emergencies such as poison ingestion, acute trauma, eye damage, difficult labor, digestive/urinary obstruction and more.
Visit Your Pet's New Watertown Veterinarian
It's time to schedule a visit with your pet's new Watertown veterinarian. Call 860-274-2212 today!