Countryside Veterinary Services consists of a large team of experienced kitten vets, technicians, and administrative staff. Here at our veterinary office, we are fully committed to our relationship to our clients and their pet kittens. During the first 6-8 weeks of your kitten's life, we recommend bringing them in for a physical examination and any necessary vaccinations. The sooner they become acquainted with our vets, the easier future visits will be for both you and them.
Please contact our vets at (920) 968-3322 or make your appointment online. For your convenience, our kitten vets can also stop out to your location to examine your kitten. Please see all kitten vet services below:
Kitten Spaying & Neutering
Our veterinarians also provide kitten spaying and kitten neutering services. During your kitten's first several exams, we will discuss the appropriate age to bring them in to be spayed or neutered. Prior to us performing the procedure, we will be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have.
There are many health and behavior benefits to spaying or neutering your kitten. In the case of a female, some of these include cancer of the reproductive system, lessened chance of breast cancer, infected uterus, or an unwanted pregnancy. Likewise, in the case with male kittens, roaming and fighting behavior is greatly reduced. Male kittens will also have less urges to spray or mark their urine.
In addition to spaying and neutering, we also provide kitten vaccinations to ensure your cat stays healthy through to older adulthood. Vaccinations for your kitten help to prevent common feline illnesses. These include rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, panleukopenia, rabies, and feline leukemia, among others. You should always discuss with your veterinarian the timing and preexisting medical conditions of your kitten prior to a vaccination. Your vet will provide the best recommendations before scheduling an appointment for the vaccination date.
Kitten Vets in Appleton
Countryside's team of kitten vets in Appleton serve the entire Fox Valley community. Our feline health services help to prevent future health risks that will affect your kitten. We recommend bringing your kitten in annually for a checkup. During these exams, we'll discuss any necessary preventative vaccinations or medications to help improve your kitten's health. The sooner our kitten vets can uncover any issues, the better their health will be as they mature into an adult cat.
Our goal is to ensure that your kitten is truly happy and healthy. Is their behavior normal? Have they developed any worrying symptoms? Have they lost weight? Are they constantly crying? Do they have increased body temperature? Are they experiencing diarrhea or vomiting? These symptoms might be signs your kitten needs to see a vet. We can treat common health issues in your kitten. These might include diarrhea, dehydration/constipation, upper respiratory infections (URI), or parasites.
Our veterinarians truly care about the health of your pet, and we treat each pet like family. To schedule an appointment for your kitten, please contact us today at (920) 968-3322, and our veterinary team will be happy to help you.
About Our Kitten Vets
Our kitten vets are proud to serve the Appleton community, and we have been doing so since our opening in 1981. Our veterinary team loves working with cats of all ages. Here at Countryside, our cat veterinarians are fully committed to the health and wellbeing of your kitten. From tabby to Persian, our veterinary staff is here to serve you!