Cat Boarding Is Now Available
Cat Boarding is now up and running at Littleton Animal Hospital! Located in a sunny, private area of our newly-expanded hospital, the facility offers elevated resting areas, private litter box areas, and daily playtime with members of our staff.
The new exam room is also complete! Check out photos below.
We're Expanding Our Facility & Adding Cat Boarding!
Littleton Animal Hospital is growing! Please pardon our dust while construction takes place.
Features of this exciting expansion project will include:
- An additional 2,000 square feet of space
- Cat boarding condos (NEW SERVICE!)
- A new exam room
- Larger, revamped retail area
Our cat boarding facility will be located in our bright, new, sunny space, away from the hustle of daily appointments. The cat condos have elevated resting areas, private litter box areas, and can accommodate multiple cats if you have siblings that want to vacation together.
We are excited to enhance our facility, and the experience for our clients and patients. We plan to start taking reservations for cat boarding beginning April 1, 2016. Check back here for updates!
New Veterinary Laser & Blood Lead Testing Equipment
Companion Cold Therapy Laser and Magellan LeadCare II Blood Lead Testing Equipment Advances Our Services
We are thrilled to share that Littleton Animal Hospital now has the Companion Cold Therapy Laser, which will allow us to perform advanced laser therapy treatments for our canine and feline patients. Our veterinary technicians are also taking continuing education courses leading to certification in laser therapy.
We are excited to offer this service, which is very beneficial for many inflammatory conditions. Laser therapy helps treat pets with chronic conditions, acute conditions, post-surgical pain and even weight loss. Learn about our laser therapy services for dogs and cats.
Lyme Disease Update
Lyme disease is highly prevalent in our area. It is caused by an organism called Borrelia burgdorferi, which is spread by the deer tick. We see many dogs with clinical signs of the disease and many more test positive for exposure to Lyme disease.