Welcome to A Cat Hospital. If you live in Henderson or the surrounding Las Vegas areas in Nevada, then you have chosen the perfect place for your cat veterinarian. Since 1986 our Las Vegas cat clinic has held the honor of being the first cats-only veterinary facility in Nevada. Dr. Trish Auge, Dr.
Heather Zamzow, and Dr. Brian McAllister are licensed veterinarians with special feline experience and the expertise to provide quality and experienced health care for your cats.
A Cat Hospital is a full service animal hospital for feline emergencies as well as less urgent medical services, surgical procedures, dental care and cleanings, plus vaccinations and examinations. In addition to offering knowledgeable and skilled cat care, we make our our Las Vegas cat clinic comfortable, accessible to the whole family, and a soothing environment where your cat can feel at ease, while being cared for by our cat loving doctors and feline friendly team members. Our entire team is experienced in diagnosing and treating all types of conditions and health care from newborn kittens to senior care. We are proud to be a scruff-free hospital and cat whis-purr-ers!
Everything we do at our Las Vegas cat veterinarian facility is carefully designed to keep your cat happy and healthy. During your initial appointment at our cat clinic, our cat veterinarian will conduct a thorough examination of your feline companion and provide any needed cat vaccinations. We also recommend to spay and neuter to prevent unwanted pregnancies and protect the future health of your cat. Yearly wellness examinations should include cat dental check-ups and updates on all necessary cat vaccinations. We can offer advice on behavioral issues such as aggression, shyness and litter box aversion.
As your cat ages we are careful to conduct evaluations for diabetes and hyperthyroidism, and will help you deal with senior cat care aging issues like arthritis. Should your cat ever become ill or injured, our facility is fully equipped with diagnostic and treatment capabilities. We offer digital x-ray services, internal medicine, on-site lab facilities and ultrasounds to assist in the diagnostic process. If cat surgery is required, our cat veterinarian will often use laser surgery to reduce pain and speed healing.
We offer grooming services to keep your cat looking handsome or beautiful. Our cat boarding facility is here to keep your cat comfortable and cuddled while you're away. We also offer a full line of cat pet products at our clinic so you won't have to travel far to find just the right cat care necessities. Our special cat care products include shampoos and conditioners, medications, cat foods, grooming brushes and cat foods.
Make an appointment to see the Las Vegas cat veterinarians that are focused on your cat's needs.
A Cat Hospital, we treat your cats like the valued family members they are.
Call us at 702-454-4400.
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