At Foothills Veterinary Hospital our approach to veterinary medicine revolves around comprehensive, competent, and compassionate care. Our veterinarians and staff strive to prevent, diagnose, and treat whatever ailment your cat may be facing. We will listen, and communicate, with owners to make sure they understand their cat’s health concerns, and how to make the best choices for their cats.
Cats are very good at hiding illness. Most cats will become less active, less interactive, and may eat a bit less. Symptoms of disease in cats is usually very subtle. If you see any minor changes in your cat’s behavior, it may be a sign of illness, so don’t hesitate to call our Hospital.
Through communication and trust we have built many great relationships with our clients, and we value the long-term mutual respect we have with them. That mutual respect allows us to partner with clients to provide the best care for their cats.
Our dedication to our client community and the highest quality of medicine are why our Hospital is so respected across the veterinary community. American Animal Hospital Assocaiation Hospitals such as Foothills Veterinary Hospital, LLC, are ranked among the top 12% of veterinary practices nationwide for quality of care.
Comprehensive Feline Medicine
At Foothills Hospital, we believe that preventive medicine is the best way to keep your cat healthy for years to come. We recommend annual or bi-annual examinations depending on the age and health of your cat. Wellness examinations establish a baseline of health for your pet by evaluating body weight, heart and lung function, eye sight and eye health, the abdomen, skin, lymph nodes, and ear health and hearing.
During your cat’s wellness exam, we will also screen for underlying conditions such as heart murmurs, periodontal disease, kidney disease, abdominal masses, or hormonal imbalances. Our veterinarians will also discuss your pet’s lifestyle and address any questions or concerns you may have about nutrition and diet, exercise, supplements, and other preventive steps important to your pet’s long-term health.
At Foothills, we take client education very seriously. Your cat’s annual or biannual wellness exam is a perfect opportunity to update you on the most current protocols and advancements in veterinary medicine. Each year, the recommendations and standards for core vaccinations are updated, and we are here to help you learn about which vaccines your cat needs to prevent common illnesses and diseases.
Foothills Veterinary Hospital has a full library of brochures and articles available with helpful information on the topics listed below. In addition, Foothills Veterinary Hospital offers the following in-house health services for cats of all ages, breeds, and is capable of handling any of the following procedures:
- Allergy Testing
- Annual Wellness Exams
- Bathing and Hygiene
- Behavior Evaluations
- Cancer Treatments
- Dental Care
- Diagnostic Imaging
- Emergency Care
- Flea & Tick
- Homeopathic & Nutraceuticals
- Kitten Care
- Laboratory Testing
- Laser Therapy
- Microchip Identification
- Pain Management
- Parasite Prevention/Treatment
- Preventive Care
- Senior Care
- Spay or Neuter
Emergencies After Hours
If you happen to call after 5:00 pm on a week day, or after 1:00 pm on Saturday, we will refer you to Pets Emergency Hospital - 406 587-3996, a 24 hour emergency clinic nearby. Dr. Kathy Quigley is a part-owner of Pet's Emergency Hospital.