Mon – Wed: 7 am – 7 pm
Thu – Fri: 7 am – 6 pm
Saturday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Sunday: Closed

(503) 761-2330
12515 SE Division St
Portland, OR 97236

Cat Services

Vaccines

Vaccinations can protect against these possibly life-threatening illnesses. Dogs need protection from these dangers & problems.

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Skin/Allergy

One of the most common medical conditions affecting cats is allergy. An allergy occurs when the cat’s immune system “overreacts” to foreign substances called allergens or antigens.

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Fleas/Ticks

The most common flea found on cats and dogs is the cat flea (Ctenocephalides felis), although any species of fleas, including fleas from rabbits, squirrels or other wildlife, can be found on cats.

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Arthritis

The word arthritis comes from the Greek word “arthro”, meaning “joint” and the term “itis”, meaning inflammation. Thus arthritis is a general description for any condition that causes inflammation in the joints.

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Packages

Town and Country Animal Hospital’s mission is to care for your pet throughout every stage of their lives. We strive to make your pet’s care convenient and affordable for you, Town and Country Animal Hospital now has Preventive Care wellness Plans.

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Special Surgery

At Town and Country Animal Hospital we provide a safe and sterile environment for all surgical procedures. We understand that having your pet undergo surgery can be scary so we do everything possible to put our clients at ease.

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Spay/Neuter

Neutering and castration are the common terms used to describe the surgical procedure known scientifically as orchidectomy or orchiectomy. In this procedure, both testicles are removed in order to sterilize a male cat.

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Dentistry

Dental disease is one of the most common medical conditions seen by veterinarians. Approximately two-thirds of cats over three years of age have some degree of dental disease. The most common problems are due to periodontal disease, gingivitis and cervical neck lesions, also called oral resorptive lesions.

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