Your Compassionate Newark Cat Veterinarian

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Although cats are regularly grouped with other pets, like dogs, they're a unique species with distinctive health requirements and behavioral considerations. If you're looking for a veterinary practice with the skills and experience to treat felines of all ages, New London Veterinary Center is the place for you. We're proud to serve as your dependable Newark cat veterinarian, whether your cat needs a routine examination or teeth cleaning. Our team looks forward to meeting you and your pet and starting a relationship you can trust as they age and their needs change.

A hallmark of our office is that we treat every pet who walks through our doors like family. Our staff will treat your cat with kindness and compassion while using fear-free handling techniques to keep them as calm as possible during their visit. Contact us today to schedule your pet's next appointment and learn how we can help improve and maintain their quality of life!


Is a Cat Veterinarian Necessary?

If you're one of the tens of millions of cat owners in the U.S., you know they are one-of-a-kind animals. As your cat veterinarian, we have a marked appreciation for your feline family members and their unique personalities and take great care in treating them. For example, loud noises can make most cats anxious or afraid. At our practice, each examination room is built to help keep your pet calm by reducing noises outside the room.

Above all, our team has in-depth knowledge of cat anatomy and biology. We've worked with countless cats and know how to meet their routine and emergency health needs. One of the additional services we offer is second opinions, which can prove valuable if you receive an initial opinion from a veterinarian who doesn't regularly work with cats.

Our Quality Veterinary Services for Cats

When you bring your cat in for their first appointment, we'll begin by conducting an extensive health exam. Our team will look at their eyes, skin, fur, and ears to get a sense of their overall well-being. Afterward, we'll ask you various questions about your pet. Have you noticed a change in their appetite lately? Is your cat a house pet, or are they allowed outside?

Using the information we collect, our veterinary team will create your cat's personalized treatment plan outlining our recommended services. We encourage you to ask questions about each service and never want you to agree to something without understanding why we've recommended it. Our extensive cat veterinarian services include the following:

  • Preventive Exams & Vaccinations: One of the best ways to avoid potentially dangerous health complications in your pet is through regular exams and vaccinations. Exams allow our team to use specialized instruments to detect diseases and viruses that aren't visible to the naked eye. Additionally, vaccinations give your cat a way to fight off and reduce the impact of viruses and diseases like rabies and feline leukemia.
  • Ultrasound Imaging: One of the most distinct behaviors of cats is to hide any pain. This can make it challenging to know what they're dealing with and how they're feeling. One of the services that we offer is ultrasound imaging. Using ultrasound technology, our team can pinpoint the origin of heart, lung, and GI problems. We can also use ultrasound technology if your cat is pregnant and you want to know their litter count.
  • Teeth Cleanings: Your cat's teeth help them properly bite and chew food. However, like humans, their teeth are susceptible to decay. When left untreated, tooth decay can lead to serious dental problems like infection and tooth loss. To combat these issues, we provide thorough and gentle teeth-cleaning services for cats of all ages. Using anesthesia, we can clean your cat's smile and send them home the same day.
  • Spaying & Neutering: At New London Veterinary Center, we provide skilled spaying and neutering services for cats. Spaying refers to the removal of a female cat's uterus and ovaries, whereas neutering is the removal of a male cat's testicles. Although you may want spaying and neutering to prevent unwanted litters, both procedures can also help reduce the chance of your cat developing certain types of cancers.

A Newark Cat Doctor for You

If you're looking for a veterinary practice passionate about treating cats, New London Veterinary Center is the place for you. We pair years of experience with in-depth knowledge to provide extensive veterinary services for your pet, including vaccinations and teeth cleanings. You can rest assured that our team will treat your pet with the friendliness and respect they deserve.

Whether you have a kitten or a senior cat, our team can meet your pet's unique health needs. Call us or visit our practice in person to schedule your cat's next visit and learn how our Newark cat doctor can help your pet!



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