Hi, I am Colleen Baylor, D.V.M., the owner and sole veterinarian at Too Much of a Good Thing. I have been a Pennsylvania licensed veterinarian for over 20 years, working in emergency veterinary medicine and general practice. I have worked locally, in Hanover, for the past 14 years.
I have always enjoyed doing surgery and knew there was a need to provide a low-cost option for cat lovers who cannot afford to spay or neuter their cats at regular veterinary prices. Hence, the idea for Too Much of a Good Thing was born.
Too Much of a Good Thing opened its doors in April of 2012. It is a “back to basics” clinic located in an old building in the heart of Littlestown. I do not have a fancy waiting room with coffee and refreshments, but I do offer good, old-fashioned service and genuine concern for your cat. In the past four years, I have spayed or neutered over 10,000 cats.
Too Much of a Good Thing is a family run business. The staff consists of myself and my two children, when they are not in school. I have no secretary, so please be willing to leave a message for me when you call. It may take me several days to return phone calls.
I do not have the ability to run pre-anesthetic blood testing, so if you would like to have that done, you may want to pursue that at your regular veterinarian. All cats are put under general anesthesia and female cats are monitored with a pulse oximeter during the surgery. All cats are also given an injection of pain medication which is included in the cost for the surgery.
Besides the spay/neuter services, I also offer basic vaccines (FVRCP and Rabies), Feline Leukemia/FIV testing, deworming, flea treatment, and ear mite treatment. I will do appointments for vaccines only (i.e. without a spay or neuter) if you are willing to work around my spay/neuter schedule. I will also schedule house calls to vaccinate large numbers (>8) of cats (house calls available for PA clients only…I am not licensed to practice in Maryland).