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Contact Person: HENRY D WATSON

Animal hospital services, pets and other animal specialties

Services we Provide:
Veterinary Services

Address / Location(s):

ABERDEEN, Mississippi, 39730
(662) 369 4083
United States

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While traveling from Kentucky to Florida for the winter in our motor home, our 26 pound 9 year old cat Otis became very sick. We stopped at the COE campground for the night, and in the morning we could not go on with Otis. We decided that we would take him to a Vet and if we had to have him put to sleep, we could drive him back home to Kentucky to bury him. We called Dr Watson on the phone and he took us in within the hour. He examined Otis and found he had 105 temperature and a severe Balder infection. He gave him a shot and had us give him medicine three times a day. He said to call him back if we needed but that we could continue our journey and that he should be better in a few days. His charge was very reasonable. Now a week later out cat is back to normal, purring, sleeping, eating, and what ever cats do. Would have been a sad trip without Otis. Hope this message get to him since I don't have his email address. Bill & Brenda Schwalm
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