We recommend a series of three kitten vaccines and then adult vaccines with rabies.
The first kitten vaccine should be given at 8 weeks, then 11 weeks, 14 weeks and an adult booster with rabies at 17 weeks.
Kittens should be tested for FELV at 8 weeks before the first FELV vaccine is administered.
Routine spay, neuter, and declawing. As well we are equipped and staffed to handle the more unusual and less common surgeries such as bladder stone removal, lump or tumor removal, limb amputation, enucleation, and many other less common but necessary surgeries at cats sometimes need.
Routine and preventive dental care is vital to your pet’s long term health. Pets with poor oral hygiene can develop periodontal disease, which can often lead to heart, lung, and kidney disease. Hermitage Veterinary Hospital offers a full range of dental services for cats and dogs including dental examinations, dental extractions, and oral surgery as well as home care instructions for keeping your dog's or cat's teeth clean and healthy.
Sick and Injured Care
At East Holmes Veterinary Hospital we focus on keeping your pet happy and healthy. Unfortunately, some pets occasionally experience illnesses or injuries that require a veterinarian’s care and attention.
East Holmes Veterinary Hospital offers high quality diagnostic and medical treatments for sick and injured cats. We provide a safe and comfortable atmosphere to diagnose and treat your pet. A successful recuperation is our goal and our experienced and caring team of veterinarians is supported by our on-site laboratory and x-ray capabilities.
If your cat is experiencing an illness including, but not limited to, vomiting, diarrhea, skin rash, loss of appetite or lower energy level, our team and facility are here to diagnose and treat your pet. We are also equipped to help your pet recover if it has sustained an injury such as a bite wound, lameness or trauma from an accident (including if your pet is hit by a car).