Animal Hospital of Waterville

We will treat your pet as if it were our own.

Hours

Doctor's Hours:
Mon, Tue, Fri - 8am to 5pm
Wed, Thu - 8am to 7:15
Sat - 8am to 3:30pm
Emergencies after these hours will be directed to AEC (Lewiston) or EMEC (Brewer)

 

The Office is Open:
Mon, Tue, Fri - 7am to 6pm
Wed, Thu - 7am to 8pm
Sat - 8am to 5pm
For patient drop off & pickup, medicine & supply pickup, scheduling, etc.

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For Puppies At Age:

6-8 weeks
Physical exam, fecal test, vaccinations for distemper virus, parvovirus, parainfluenza, adenovirus, and medication for treatment of intestinal parasites.

9-12 weeks
Physical exam, fecal test, vaccinations for distemper virus, parvovirus, parainfluenza, adenovirus, leptospirosis, and lyme disease. Rabies vaccinations can be given at 12 weeks of age or older.

13-16 weeks
Physical exam, fecal test, vaccinations for distemper, parvovirus, parainfluenza, adenovirus, and leptospirosis, lyme disease, medication for treatment of intestinal parasites. Other vaccines such as kennel cough can be given depending on the risk for your dog.


For Adult Dogs:

We recommend yearly physical exams, updating of needed vaccines and blood tests for the screening of diseases such as heartworm and lyme disease.


cat rabies noteFor Kittens At Age:

6-8 weeks
Physical exam, fecal examination, vaccinations for panleukopenia (distemper) virus, calcivirus, chlamydia, and rhinotracheitis, testing for feline leukemia/feline aids virus, and vaccination for these viruses if your cat is at risk, treatmentment for intestinal parasites

12 weeks and 16 weeks
Physical exam, vaccinations for panleukopenia (distemper) virus, calcivirus, rhinotracheitis, vaccination for feline leuemia virus, vaccination for rabies, fecal examination. Other vaccines such as bordatella, (kennel cough) may be given depending on your cat's risk.


For Adult Cats:

We recommend yearly physical exams, updating vaccines as needed and blood tests for the screening of diseases.


Vaccination recommendations are based on your individual pet's requirements and may be changed or modified as the risks change throughout your pet's life. All vaccinations that are used for cats are nonadjuvanted. The Veterinarian will discuss what vaccines are recommended for our pet during the physical exam.