Veterinary Specialists in Clinton, CT
We’ve put together a complete veterinary network for your pet.
The staff at Veterinarians in Danbury, CT, is committed to providing their patients with the finest care possible. We offer a one-stop-shop for everything pet-related. Our specialty areas set us apart as Danbury veterinarians in terms of providing quality pet care services in the Connecticut Shoreline Area.
The allergy testing services we provide have no equal. That’s because, in addition to doing all of the tests onsite, we can give them. Next, our in-house pharmacy will fill any prescription given by the doctor.
The most common types of allergies in pets are:
- Flea allergies
- Food allergies
- Atopic dermatitis (allergic inhalant dermatitis)
The most typical symptom of a food allergy is itchy or inflamed skin. Bring them in right away for testing, and we’ll get them started on the road to recovery.
Our oncology services are centered on our diagnostic capabilities. Our specialists can quickly and accurately determine cancer in your pet with ultrasound and blood testing, and biopsy (for skin cancer and tumors). Then, after identifying the disease, we create a therapy strategy that may include:
- Vaccines to boost the immune system
It’s more than just aesthetics when caring for your pet’s skin. Dermatology may provide a significant quality-of-life improvement for your pets. From detecting a cancerous lump to preventing an infestation of fleas on a flea-allergic pet, treating skin concerns can improve your pet’s health and quality of life significantly.
Observing the electrical activity is an easy method of detecting functionality problems and preventing or treating heart disease. Our clinic has sophisticated EKG technology, and our veterinarians are well-versed in reading EKG findings.
The endocrine system is the gasoline in the body’s engine. It includes the thyroid gland, adrenal glands, pancreas, hypothalamus, and pituitary gland (hormone-producing regions of the brain). That means it controls your entire body. As a result, we focus on diagnosing and treating any condition that affects this system.