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  • Holiday Fun With Your Pets
    Holiday Fun With Your Pets The holidays are a time to spend with family and friends, including four-legged furry ones. Before the festivities get underway, it is always good to make Read more
  • Mast Cell Tumor (Mastocytoma) in Cats
    Watertown Animal Hospital, PC: Mast Cell Tumor in Cats Like their human counterparts, cats are also prone to developing tumors. These tumors can take many shapes and forms. One of the Read more
  • House Hold Pet Dangers
    Household Pet Dangers Many pet owners are aware that cleaning products and other chemicals can be toxic or even fatal if ingested by their pets, so they keep those items locked Read more
  • Allergy Awareness
    Allergy Awareness Blog for Watertown Animal Hospital Most people recognize someone who suffers from seasonal allergies; however, many people would be surprised to hear that pets can equally have allergies. Like Read more
  • How to Handle Pet Obesity
    Many pet owners make the mistake of using food as a means of demonstrating their love for their kit or pup. Yummy snacks and treats may make your pets happy Read more
  • Things All Cat Owners Should Know
    Things All Cat Owners Should Know Cats are the most popular pet, but that doesn't mean everyone knows everything about being a pet owner. Here are some things cat owners may Read more
  • Tips for Your Special Needs Pet
    Tips for Your Special Needs Pet from Our Watertown Animal Hospital, PC A special needs pet is a pet that has a physical disability. This could be a chronic medical condition Read more
  • Tips for a Healthy New Year with Your Pet from Your Local Watertown, Connecticut Veterinarian
    Tips for a Healthy New Year with Your Pet from Your Local Watertown, Connecticut Veterinarian As the year wraps up, many people are adding new pets to their family. Whether your Read more
  • Pet Dental Care
    Good Pet Dental Care Is Part of Overall Veterinary Care Pets have the same problems with their teeth as humans do. They may experience, broken teeth, decayed teeth, gum disease and Read more
  • Flea & Tick Prevention: Keeping Your Pets Safe from Fleas & Ticks
    Seven Important Flea and Tick Prevention Tips from Watertown Animal Hospital Fleas and ticks are annoying little pests that live in the fur of your pets. The hot, sunny months provide Read more
  • ASPCA's Adopt a Shelter Dog Month in October
    Ready For Pet Adoption? October Is Adopt A Shelter Dog Month! Celebrate With Us At Watertown Animal Hospital, PC At this very moment, there are millions of dogs across the United Read more
  • Signs your Pet has Allergies
    Our Watertown Animal Hospital, PC in Watertown, CT On Signs Your Pet has Allergies Just like people, pets can get allergies too.  Allergies can stem from any number of irritants and Read more
  • Protect Your Dog or Cat from Heartworm Disease
    Heartworm Treatment and Prevention Tips from our Watertown Veterinarian Each year as the weather starts to warm, many beloved pets are infected with heartworm disease. Pet owners need to learn about Read more
  • Importance of Spaying or Neutering Your Pet
    Importance Of Spaying And Neutering Your Pet At Watertown Animal Hospital, PC In Watertown, CT Spay & neuter services are commonly offered and recommended by our veterinarians at Watertown Animal Hospital, Read more
  • National Animal Safety and Protection Month in October
    National Animal Safety and Protection Month in October with Our Veterinarian in Watertown, CT Keeping your pet safe is an important part of being a responsible pet owner. To make pet Read more
  • March 23rd is National Puppy Day
    March 23rd is National Puppy Day Since 2006, March 23rd has been celebrated as National Puppy Day, and who doesn't love puppies? If you're a fan, we've got some great advice Read more

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  • "The staff is wonderful. We brought Otis, a very large 4 yr old Rottie there for an ACL/miniscus surgery. Everything was successful. We just brought him for his final follow up and all is good. This big guy has no manners and no sense of personal space except for his own space, but he loves the receptionists and vet techs there, and they love him. Nothing but good things to say about Watertown Veterinary Hospital."
    Michael J Braccia
  • "watertown animal hospital has the most caring and patient staff and Dr. Price is amazing with my sphynx cat Raisin. i can't say enough about this facility!"
    Erica Papa