If your dog requires an x-ray diagnostic test (also known as a radiograph), you might be wondering how their appointment will go. Here, our Fairfield County vet team will walk your through what to expect when you take your dog in for an x-ray, what x-rays are used to diagnose and any risks might be presented by an x-ray test.
Welcome to our Fairfield County Veterinary Hospital
The vets at South Wilton Veterinary Group provide veterinary services for cats, dogs, and exotic pets.
From routine exams, vaccinations, and parasite prevention to dental care, and internal medicine, we can help you support your pet's life-long health and well-being.About Our Hospital
Pet Wellness Plans
Keep your pet healthy with our comprehensive Wellness Plans that include vaccinations, exams, and parasite prevention.
We care for your pet's oral health, from dental exams and cleanings to procedures and surgeries.
From your puppy's or kitten's first months to caring for senior dogs and cats, we provide compassionate specialty care.
Exotic Pet Care
We care for your exotic pet's unique needs, from wellness consultations to detecting health issues.
What Clients Are Saying
This is an amazing facility - the doctors are so caring and knowledgeable. The service is wonderful. I travel an hour and half just for there exceptional quality care.
Our South Wilton Vet Blog: Pet Care Tips & Advice
Read our blog for helpful information on veterinary treatment and at-home care for cats, dogs, and exotic pets in Fairfield County.
Anemia in dogs is often a symptom of another serious health issue. Today, our vets at South Wilton Veterinary Group will walk you through the different types of anemia you might find in your dog, what their causes are, their symptoms, and the treatments that are available to you to help your pup get back to their healthy happy selves.