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Symptoms of Bronchitis in Cats

Symptoms of Bronchitis in Cats

Bronchitis is a serious health issue which can affect your cat, leading to breathing problems, coughing, inflammation of their airways and other symptoms. Here, our South Wilton vets explain how this condition will affect your cat, the symptoms you should watch for, and when your feline companion will need to see a vet. 

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Causes of and Treatments for Kidney Failure in Cats

Causes of and Treatments for Kidney Failure in Cats

Your cat's kidneys play a number of key roles in keeping them healthy. Here, our South Wilton veterinary team explain the causes, symptoms and treatments for kidney failure in cats, as well as the role of your pet's diet in this condition.

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How to Keep Your Cat's Teeth Clean

How to Keep Your Cat's Teeth Clean

Cats can have oral health issues, which means us cat parents need to be proactive about keeping their teeth clean. Our South Wilton vets share a few tips on creating a successful oral health care routine.

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What is a Fear Free Certified Animal Hospital?

What is a Fear Free Certified Animal Hospital?

South Wilton Veterinary Hospital is proud to be a Fear Free certified animal hospital to reduce fear, anxiety, and stress in pets during a veterinary appointment.

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What are the signs that my pet may have fleas?

What are the signs that my pet may have fleas?

Fleas can make your pet miserable and lead to infections. Here, our South Wilton vets share how to spot, treat and prevent fleas on your pets.

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Protecting Your Pet (And Your Family) From Ticks

Protecting Your Pet (And Your Family) From Ticks

Here, our South Wilton vets explain how to spot ticks on your pet, and how to keep ticks away from your pets and your family.

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What vet services do pet insurance and pet wellness plans cover?

What vet services do pet insurance and pet wellness plans cover?

Our South Wilton vets explain the differences between the veterinary services covered by Wellness Plans and those covered by Pet Insurance.

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Why should my pet have a fecal exam?

Why should my pet have a fecal exam?

The best way to ensure that your pet, and your family, are safe from intestinal parasites is by getting annual pet fecal exams done at your South Wilton vet's office.

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