Bad breath in dogs commonly occurs but can signal health issues. Today, our South Wilton vets will explain the potential causes of your dog's bad breath and how you can treat and prevent it.
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.
Hip dysplasia, a condition where a dog's hips form incorrectly, can affect any breed. It can cause pain and discomfort during activities or movement. Our South Wilton vets discuss the causes, signs, and treatment options of hip dysplasia in dogs and how surgery can help treat it.
Athletes commonly suffer from CL injuries, but did you know that dogs can also experience a similar type of injury? In today's post, our South Wilton vets explain the symptoms of ACL injuries in dogs and the surgeries that are performed to treat this painful knee injury.
If you're seeking an uncommon, clever, and loving friend, rats can be a great option as pets. They are fun-loving, low-maintenance, clean, and don't need much space to thrive. Our vets at South Wilton can offer valuable information on the benefits of having a pet rat and why you should think about adopting one.
It is quite common for dogs to develop cataracts, which can lead to blurry vision and eventually, blindness. However, with the help of surgery, sight can be restored. Our vets at South Wilton are here to provide information on cataract surgery for dogs and what to expect during the procedure.
Your pet has been scheduled for an endoscopic examination. The goal of this procedure is to assist your veterinarian in making a diagnosis of the disease causing your pet's clinical signs of vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss, abdominal pain or swelling, or loss of appetite. Today, our South Wilton vets go into more detail on endoscopies.
Our dogs are at a serious health risk because of dog obesity. You may have a little too much weight on your dog if they seem extra cuddly. Today, our South Wilton vets explain how you can tell if your dog might be overweight, and what you should do.
Wondering how you can cure your dog’s chewing problems for good? Our vets in South Wilton offer some tips on how to help your dog develop better habits.