Learn how to make a safe and edible Easter basket for your cat!
Why bloodwork is an important part of your pet’s healthcare plan. When is bloodwork needed? During sick exams or visits. Bloodwork can help determine the cause of your pet’s illness. As a pre-anesthetic screening. Bloodwork helps us determine if it is safe for your pet to undergo anesthesia. If we note any problems we can … Read moreBloodwork and your pet!
Is your feline friend peeing outside the litterbox? Here are five tips to help with urinary problems in cats. One of the most common complaints we get from cat owners is that their cat is peeing outside the litter box. Inappropriate urination can be a sign of serious health problems in cats. So how do … Read moreIs Your Cat Peeing Outside the Box? Litterbox Tips for Cats
The pancreas is a very important organ that is located on the right side of the abdomen next to the stomach. The pancreas produces enzymes to help break down food and hormones such as insulin, which helps regulate blood sugar. These enzymes are activated when food is ingested. When pancreatitis occurs, the digestive enzymes are … Read moreWhat Is Pancreatitis?
You may notice lumps or bumps on your furry friend that happen to pop up. If so, it’s always a great idea to have those bumps checked and make sure they are nothing serious. It’s a good idea to keep track of when they first appeared, the size of them and if they have changed … Read moreThe Most Common Skin Masses On Pets
Have you ever wondered why we recommend you bring a fecal sample to your pets annual exam? Yes, this recommendation is messy and smelly, but it is a very important part of your pets annual wellness screening. Fecals allow us to test for intestinal parasites. These parasites can be a huge health concern for your … Read moreFecal Tests: Poop is Important!
Now is the time when people are traveling a lot more due to summer break and time off! If you want your family pet to be included in your travel plans, here are a few tips for a successful trip. Firstly, know where you are going and what regulations that specific destination state/country has for … Read moreTips For Traveling With Your Pet
February is dental month at Clinton Veterinary Hospital. We offer discounts on all dental services during February to highlight the importance of maintaining your pet’s oral health. Dogs and cats should both have their teeth examined annually. Dental cleanings should be scheduled as necessary based on this exam. Some pets may just need a dental … Read moreFree dental consults at Clinton Veterinary Hospital in Clinton, CT 860-669-5721
December 15th, 2016 These are a few of our favorite things! We asked our staff to pick one thing that their pets could not live without. Here are their answers. We hope this blog might help provide some inspiration for holiday gifts for pet lovers and their owners. (Full disclosure- we are not supported by, … Read moreOur favorite pet toys and treats at Clinton Veterinary Hospital in Clinton, CT