Taking your dog to the vet for preventive veterinary care is one of the best things you can do to help your dog live a long and happy life. Today, our Danbury vets explain how often you should bring your dog to the vet.
We highly recommend vaccinating your dog, the benefits your dog gets from their vaccinations greatly outweigh the risks. In this post, our Danbury vets talk about the importance of vaccinating your dog and share some of the more common reactions dogs can get from their vaccines.
In this blog, our Danbury vets share the details of neutering you should know, including what to expect after your male cat's procedure, such as recovery and behaviors.
Getting your dog spayed or neutered is a big decision, which is why you may be worried about any rising complications that could arise from it. Thankfully, the risk of any complications is very low. Today, our Danbury vets share signs that you can recognize if your dog is developing an infection after being spayed or neutered.
Are you wondering what neutering or spaying your dog actually requires? When you should it be done and what risks are involved in the procedure? Here, our Danbury vets help you understand the basics of spaying and neutering your dog.
You are preventing more than just the birth of unwanted kittens when you get your cat spayed or neutered. You are also protecting them from some serious health conditions. Today, our Danbury vets discuss the best age to have your kitten fixed as well as the benefits of having your cat spayed or neutered.