Dental health issues can lead to chronic pain and other health problems for your dog. Fortunately, many dental health issues can be avoided through routine dental exams and professional cleaning combined with a little extra care at home. Our vets share the signs of dental health issues in dogs and easy ways to keep your dog's mouth healthy.
Pet Care Know-Hows
On our blog, our South Wilton veterinarians at South Wilton Veterinary Group share helpful tips and information to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.
Reptiles are an excellent alternative for owners looking for companions who are easy to care for, distinctive, or even hypoallergenic. Reptiles are excellent pets, but they have certain requirements that cats and dogs do not. Adopting a reptile entails knowing about its requirements and determining whether it is appropriate for you and your home. Our South Wilton vets list the best reptiles for beginners.
It can be concerning to see your dog suffering from pain or discomfort. In this post, our South Wilton vets explain how dogs tend to handle this, how they show pain or discomfort, and how to know when your dog is suffering and when they might require urgent care.
One of the most common problems that your pet can have is gastrointestinal (GI) upset/diarrhea. But it can be hard to keep track of your cat's bathroom habits. It is important to know that signs and our South Wilton vets can provide information on what to look out for.
An ear hematoma, also known as an aural hematoma, is a blood blister that develops on your pup's ear. Dogs with long, floppy ears that are prone to ear infections are particularly susceptible. Today, our South Wilton vets explain more about ear hematomas and how they are treated.