Cats Only Veterinary Hospital is proud to offer CO2 laser surgery. Compared with the traditional scalpel, we have seen excellent results! Laser surgery has benefits for both the patient and the surgeon:
Less Bleeding As the laser cuts, it seals (or cauterizes) small blood vessels resulting in less bleeding. This allows better visualization during surgery for the surgeon, less time on the surgical table and less post-operative bandaging.
Less Pain As the laser cuts, it seals nerve endings resulting in less pain.
Precision The laser beam allows our doctors to make very precise and accurate incisions.
Faster Recovery The above benefits translates into a faster recovery, fewer surgical side effects and shorter hospital stay so our patients can be at home with their families.
Our comprehensive physical examinations serve a number of purposes. Together with a detailed history, our doctors will formulate a Medical Plan specifically for your cat based on their findings.READ MORE
Our hospital only uses non-adjuvanted, PureVax vaccines. An adjuvant is added to a vaccine to stimulate the immune system. Unfortunately, many cats have bad reactions to adjuvanted vaccines.READ MORE
- Prevention Services
Preventative Healthcare is a major focus of Cats Only Veterinary Hospital. Our Preventative Healthcare approach is tailored to each individual cat with regards to their specific environment, lifestyle, nutrition, potential risks, and other considerations.READ MORE
- Laser Surgery
Most of our surgical procedures utilize the benefits of laser surgery. All of our routine surgeries (neuter, spay, declaw) utilize this technology and the results are truly remarkable.READ MORE
- Class IV Laser Therapy
Cats Only Veterinary Hospital is proud to offer state-of-the-art Class IV Laser Therapy for a drug-free, surgery-free, pain-free treatment for your cat. Laser Therapy has been used for over 40 years in human medicine and has recently entered into the veterinary field.READ MORE
- Dental Healthcare & Surgery
Approximately 70% of cats over the age of 2 to 3 have some degree of periodontal disease (tartar, plaque, gingivitis, tooth resorption). Each comprehensive physical examination will include an evaluation of your cat’s mouth.READ MORE
- Hospitalization & Imaging
In some instances, we may recommend hospitalization for your cat. Our hospital is equipped with a number of monitoring equipment and servicesREAD MORE
Our feline friends cannot (or do not) tell us when they are unwell. We often use blood and urine tests along with a detailed history and comprehensive physical examination to help us determine if there is a problem internally.READ MORE
Leaving for a vacation? Visiting family for the holidays? Need to travel for a business trip? Worried about your feline family members while you are away? Don’t be. Our cat friendly, quiet, cozy boarding facility is the Purrrrrfect choice for your feline family members while you are away.READ MORE
For your convenience, our hospital stocks commonly used medications. We strive to only use medications that are labeled for cats.READ MORE