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  • Importance of Spaying and Neutering Your Pet
    Importance of Spaying or Neutering Your Pet Whether you have a new kitten, puppy, or a recently adopted pet, it is important to make sure he or she is spayed or Read more
  • Pet Obesity
    Chubby Cats and Plump Pups: Pet Obesity is Becoming a Big Issue Have you gained a few pounds lately? You're probably not alone. Your dog or cat may also be gaining Read more
  • Toxic Ingestion
    Watertown Animal Hospital Treats Toxic Ingestion in Pets Animals can be curious creatures and sometimes try to eat substances that are not good for them. Suspected poisoning can be a frightening Read more
  • Importance of Pet Microchipping
    The Importance of Pet Microchipping When you adopt a pet, one of the first things you should do is have the animal microchipped at Watertown Animal Hospital, PC in Watertown, CT. Read more
  • Dog Skin Problems
    Dog Skin Problems There is a wide range of problems that can cause itchy skin for dogs. If you aren't sure what's causing it in your dog, call our animal hospital Read more
  • Common Household Items Which Are Poisonous To Dogs
    Common Household Items Which Are Poisonous To Dogs Every pet owner wants to keep their furry friend safe and healthy. But, many foods and household items, which are perfectly safe for Read more
  • Questions to Ask Before Your Pet Surgery
    Questions to Ask Before Your Pet Surgery At Watertown Animal Hospital, we understand how tough it is when your pet needs to undergo surgery. But as their owner, you can help Read more
  • Importance of Vaccinating Your Pets
    Why Are Pet Vaccinations Important? For pets, the world is not a safe place.  Taking your four-legged companion to the park, groomers or kennels exposes them to potential infections, some of Read more
  • Allergy Awareness
    Allergy Awareness There are plenty of silent conditions that can wreak havoc on the health of your pets. Although we all do our very best to take care of our fur Read more
  • How to Tell if Your Pet Has An Eye Infection
    How to Tell If Your Pet Has an Eye Infection No one wants their pets to feel poorly, but sickness and injury do happen to our four-legged family members. If you Read more
  • Signs of Arthritis in Pets
    Signs that Your Pet May have Arthritis Anyone that is in the Watertown area and has a pet will want to see their pet enjoy a happy and healthy life. One Read more
  • Importance of Spaying and Neutering Your Pet
    Spay & Neuter Your Pets Female and male pets have a much better life when they have been spayed or neutered. Spay & neuter surgery removes their reproductive organs and reduces Read more
  • New Puppy? What to do First
    New Puppy? Here Is What You Need To Do First! A new puppy is a wonderful addition to the family, and bringing your precious, furry pet into your home is sure Read more
  • Pet Wellness
    Maintaining pet wellness Your pet seems fine, so you may not think there is any need to be concerned about his or her health. Watertown Animal Hospital in Watertown, CT is Read more
  • 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

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "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