Cat Veterinary Care

Watertown Animal Hospital Offers Veterinary Services For Cats and Kittens

Kittens and cats occasionally develop health problems that need veterinary care. In addition, all felines can benefit from preventive care that helps them avoid common diseases and issues that affect their health and well-being. At Watertown Animal Hospital in Watertown, CT, we provide the specialized veterinary care kittens and cats need.

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Cats Have Special Veterinary Needs

In veterinary medicine, the care provided for dogs may not be suitable for felines. Cats have different nutritional needs and are subject to different types of illnesses. In addition, medications for dogs can be dangerous for the cat population. Because of these differences, your veterinarian in Watertown has training in the special needs of felines and can provide appropriate care for your pet.

Common Health Problems of Cats

Cats can develop ear mites or infections that cause itching and discomfort. Constant vomiting or diarrhea can result from food sensitivities or other problems. Cats that spend time outdoors may pick up a flea infestation that causes itching, allergic reactions, and insects in your home. Internal parasites, such as tapeworms, can also be a health issue. Urinary tract problems are common in cats, which can cause straining to urinate, vocalizing during urination, blood in urine, lack of appetite, vomiting, and depression. Your Watertown veterinarian can provide treatment for these problems.

Your Watertown Veterinarian Can Help Keep Your Cat Healthy At Every Age

The immune systems of kittens are not fully developing in the early months, and they are vulnerable to a number of diseases that can be dangerous and can even cause death. Regular exams and vaccinations are particularly important for these young animals, and your veterinarian can advise you on the right measures to maintain good health. Adult cats that have medical conditions that cause pain can be a special problem because pain-relieving medications are not generally well tolerated by felines. Your Watertown veterinarian can provide a number of solutions to help your cat live more comfortably, even with a health problem that causes chronic discomfort.

Make Watertown Animal Hospital Your Veterinarian For Cat Care

The veterinarians and staff at Watertown Animal Hospital know how important pets are to their owners. We offer compassionate, professional care for all our patients in Watertown, CT and nearby communities. We are a full-service facility, offering examinations, vaccinations, parasite control, diagnostics, surgery, and weight management for your pet. Call Watertown Animal Hospital today at 860-274-2212 for an appointment to have your cat examined and to learn about the specialized care we can provide for felines.

 

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Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-1:30 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

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