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Cat Poisoning Symptoms

Cat Poisoning Symptoms

While cat poisonings are relatively rare, they do happen. From household cleaners to toxic house plants, here's more from our South Wilton Veterinary Group vets on substances that are poisonous to cats, and what to do if you suspect your cat has been poisoned.

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Getting Your Cat Fixed: When and What To Know

Getting Your Cat Fixed: When and What To Know

If you have adopted new kitten, or adult cat, you may be wondering if you should get your new fur-baby fixed. Our South Wiltonvets explain why having your cat spayed or neutered is beneficial for your cat and your community.

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Periodontal Disease In Dogs

Periodontal Disease In Dogs

Oral health care is important for dogs, but many aren't given the dental care they need to be healthy. In this post, our South Wilton vets talk about periodontal disease in dogs, including how to prevent it.

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Ear Hematoma Surgery in Dogs

Ear Hematoma Surgery in Dogs

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. 

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How often do you take a cat to the vet?

How often do you take a cat to the vet?

Regular veterinary checkups and preventive care are important for helping your cat live a long and healthy life— but exactly how often should you take a cat to the vet? Here, our South Wilton vets explain.

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Constipation in Dogs

Constipation in Dogs

Constipation is a common complaint seen in our canine patients at South Wilton Veterinary Group. Today, our South Wilton vets discuss the symptoms and causes of constipation and how to help a constipated dog.  

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Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

Urinary tract issues in cats can cause your feline friend severe discomfort, and in some cases can be life-threatening. Today, our South Wilton vets discuss the symptoms and causes of feline urinary tract disease and infections.

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Why is my dog scratching?

Why is my dog scratching?

Itching, scratching, or licking their skin are signs that your dog might have a skin condition known as dermatitis. Today, our South Wilton vets explain some common causes of skin problems in dogs and how you can help your pet feel better. 

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Ear Infections in Dogs: Symptoms & Treatment

Ear Infections in Dogs: Symptoms & Treatment

Ear infections are quite common in dogs, especially if they have long, floppy ears or like to swim. Most ear infections are easy to treat if caught early. Today, our South Wilton vets discuss common symptoms of ear infections in dogs and what to do if your pup has an infection. 

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Ear Infections In Cats: Causes & Treatment

Ear Infections In Cats: Causes & Treatment

Ear infections are relatively uncommon in cats, but when they do occur they can cause your kitty some serious pain and can lead to further issues if left untreated. Today, our South Wilton vets explain some of the causes, symptoms, and treatments for ear infections in cats.

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