About Our Hospital

Welcome to Watertown Animal Hospital, your local veterinarians in Connecticut. We’re pleased to provide a wide variety of veterinary services for animals in Watertown and surrounding areas.

Watertown Animal Hospital, PC is proud to serve the Watertown CT area for everything pet-related. Our veterinary clinic and animal hospital is run by Dr. Steven Price, who is a licensed, experienced Watertown veterinarian.

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Watertown Animal Hospital: Your Pet’s Health and Wellness Home

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.

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  • Preventive Care
  • Surgery
  • General Medicine
  • Pain Management
  • Weight Management
  • Emergency Care

Our Mission

We, the staff of Watertown Animal Hospital, are dedicated to creating a quality veterinary facility. We wish to protect the well-being of pets and wish to respect the importance of the human/animal bond.

We are committed to improving patient care at all levels, including diagnostics, medical and surgical treatments, and patient comfort. We hope that by continuing to make use of veterinary specialists, we can offer a higher standard of care for individual patients.

The success of any lofty ideals and plans is dependent on a “team approach.” A quality facility can only emerge by increasing our concern and care for animals, clients and co-workers.