To help you understand why your dog or cat may need a CT scan or PET scan our South Wilton vets explain a little about what PET/CT technology is used for and what you should expect when you take your four-legged friend in for a CT/PET scan.
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
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
Caring and compassionate doctors who take time for the parents of the fur baby. I still can't believe Tino, a ferret... as they know him... survived a pitbull attack.
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.
If your pup is booked to have an x-ray appointment (also called a radiograph), you may be curious about how the appointment will work and how you can prepare yourself and your dog for it. Here, our South Wilton vets explain what you can expect when you bring your dog to us for an x-ray.
Sugar gliders can be excellent and rewarding companion pets. However, these clever, curious and social marsupials require a significant amount of specialized care, nutrition and plenty of socialization time to make sure they stay healthy and happy. Here, our South Wilton vets explain some of the considerations you should have if you're thinking about having a sugar glider as a pet.