Rusty Firepaw spends a quiet moment with Dr. Toumayan
You are a partner with Dr. Toumayan in providing the best possible care for your cat. To help us best serve you and your cat: Call for an appointment. This allows us to set aside time to fully evaluate and address your cat's needs. Bring your cat to the clinic in a carrier. Our practice is located on a busy and street, and we want to minimize the risk of escapes and accidents. Tell us your concerns. You know your cat better than anyone. Keep track of how long a problem has been going on and how often it occurs.If possible, we ask that you be present for your cat's initial examination and for the assessment of any new medical issue. Bring records from your previous veterinarian. We'd like Doctors notes, lab results, x-rays if any and a list of all medications. This is especially important for second opinions. Bring in your new kitten within a week. We can check for genetic problems, infection (cats are very good at hiding an illness), diseases like feline leukemia that can be passed from mother to kitten through the placenta, and for internal and external parasites (it really isn't fun to bring home a new cat that has fleas and then passes them to all your other pets).
Expect to pay for services in full. If finances are a problem, we can help you apply for Care Credit.
New clients can save time by bringing a completed New Client Form (PDF format) to your first visit.
A few tips (PDF format) to prepare your cat for visiting us. These can minimize the stress most cats experience during travel.