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.
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
Every time, I truly mean daily, that I look at and speak to Skylar I think of your practice and pray a heartfelt thank you for keeping her alive. The surgery and after-care were and continue to be paramount.
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.
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.