Glaucoma is a disease of the eyes that can occur suddenly in cats and can swiftly lead to blindness if left untreated. Today our Gaithersburg veterinary ophthalmologist explains more about this painful condition and the treatments available for cats suffering from glaucoma.
Comprehensive Veterinary Care in Gaithersburg
We provide a comprehensive range of veterinary services at Veterinary Referral Associates. We go above and beyond to ensure that your pets receive the high-quality care they deserve.
Here For Your Pet When They Need It Most
Our team offers all the specialty veterinary services your pet needs to stay healthy for a long, long time.
Meeting All Your Pets' Health Care Needs
Our team offers all the specialty veterinary services needed for emergencies. Our dedicated vets provide quality, compassionate care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Welcome To Our Advanced Veterinary Facility
At Veterinary Referral Associates, our services come with years of experience and a dedicated passion for animals.
Welcome to Our Gaithersburg Animal Hospital
Veterinary Referral Associates is a full-service pet hospital in Gaithersburg and the surrounding areas. We provide comprehensive medical services for cats and dogs.
From internal medicine and surgery to physical therapy, our broad and varied service offering can meet all of your pet’s health needs in one place.
We look after the companion animals of Gaithersburg. We have earned a reputation for providing high-quality care with a compassionate touch over the years.
Our team of Gaithersburg vets proudly uphold the AAHA's veterinary excellence standards!
Comprehensive care for your precious pets.
Your pet can help as part of our Blood Donor Program.
Address & Hours
Veterinary Referral Associates proudly serves patients in Gaithersburg and beyond.
Hospital Hours24 Hours A Day. 7 Days A Week. 365 Days a Year.
Tips & Advice From Our Team
Our informative blogs feature helpful tips and advice from our Gaithersburg vets. They keep your pets healthy and happy, whether need advice on parasite protection or information on common illnesses.
The moist outer layer on your cat's eye protects it by washing away dirt and debris. If your kitty's eyes have started to water excessively, or if your feline friend is squinting, it could be a sign that there is a more serious issue. Today, our Gaithersburg vets explain a few reasons why cats' eyes might water.