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If you’re searching for high quality medicine and a veterinarian who truly cares, your search ends here! At Annapolis Cat Hospital, your cat’s care is our #1 priority.
If you need some convincing, here are five reasons Annapolis Cat Hospital is the clear choice:
- We are one of less than 15% of animal hospitals in the country accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), living out our commitment to superior veterinary care.
- We share a medical team with Bay Ridge Animal Hospital, located right next door. Bay Ridge Animal Hospital caters to the area’s dogs, allowing us to tailor our services for cats’ unique veterinary needs.
- With over 45 years of combined experience in the field, our doctors share a wide range of knowledge and experience. They make the perfect team to care for your cat.
- Our doctors are here when you need them. We are open six days a week and offer evening appointment hours on weekdays to accommodate our clients’ busy lives.
- We put the focus on your pet’s total health, prioritizing preventive caring and working to improve your pet’s quality of life. Through cutting edge treatments like laser therapy, we help our patients live healthy, happy, and comfortable lives.
If you choose Annapolis Cat Hospital, we promise your cat’s health will always be our top priority.
To schedule your cat’s first appointment, just give us a call. We’re excited to meet you and your furry friend!
In order to get to know you and your cat, we request that you complete a new client form. This can be filled out when you arrive, or you can same some time by printing and completing the form at home and bringing it with you at the time of your scheduled appointment.
During your first visit, your veterinarian will perform a complete nose-to-tail physical exam. Simply by looking at your the eyes, ears, and mouth, listening to the heart and lungs, and feeling the abdomen, joints, and muscles, your veterinarian can learn a lot about your cat’s health. We always complete a full exam during a patient’s first visit to give us an understanding of the patient’s overall health.
If you have any medical records, please email or fax them to us, or bring them to your first appointment. Your cat’s medical history helps us better understand your cat’s health and determine if there any an vaccines or tests your cat needs.