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Welcome to the Animal Health Center

We at the Animal Health Center, S.C. are proud to be Watertown’s and Jefferson County’s only accredited member of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). AAHA standards are recognized around the world as the gold standard for quality care in veterinary medicine. Only 15% of the clinics in the United States are able to qualify for this prestigious honor. We offer exceptional care for dogs and cats of all ages for all of their veterinary needs. We pride ourselves in our customer service, and provide you with the full range of care options for your beloved pet. We will give you a copy of the medical record report, along with written guidelines for any treatment.

You can find us at:

1147 Boughton Street

Watertown, WI 53094


Therapy Laser Treatment!


Dr. Gooch and the Animal Health Center continue to offer the latest technology in health care for your pet. Photobiostimulation has the amazing ability to reduce swelling, relieve pain, and speed healing.  This FDA approved technology causes the release of endorphins and stimulates the injured cells to heal at a faster rate. It is easy and relaxing to apply, and the effects can improve the quality of your pets’ life.   The Companion Therapy Laser can treat arthritis, wounds, muscle tears and sprains, bladder infections, lower back pain, and swellings and pain of all types. 


Online Pharmacy!

We have expanded.  Our pharmacy is now available on-line, and the selection and range of medications is huge!  Items are reasonably priced, and will be shipped right to your door.  Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, now you can refill or request medications on your schedule.  Administered by My Vets First Choice at this will offer speed, price, and convenience to help you care for your pet.  Call the office, and we will get you set up right away to help your pharmacy needs.


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Veterinary Medical Acupuncture!

Do you have a family pet starting to struggle with old age or chronic medical conditions?  Do you wish there was something else you could do to help them deal with their conditions?  Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years, because it can help.  Dr. Lisa Nashold is a licensed practitioner of this fine art, as well as being a veterinarian.  The combination of eastern and western medicine can often provide relief and improvement when everything else is inadequate.  Call the clinic today to set up a visit and discuss how these therapies can improve your pets’ life.