At New England Veterinary Center & Cancer Care we understand that it can be tempting it can be to skip vaccinations for indoor cats, so today our Windsor vets explain why and when you should get your indoor cat vaccinated.
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Good oral health is a major contributing factor to your dog's overall health and well-being, but often our pets don't get the dental care they need to maintain healthy teeth and gums. Today we review some of the most common dental problems seen by our Windsor vets.
From birth to adulthood your kitten will pass a number of milestones, one of the very earliest will be opening their eyes to see the world for the first time. So, when do kittens open their eyes? Our Windsor vets explain.
It's super-exciting to welcome a new puppy into your home, but along with the fun comes the responsibility to care for your new fur baby's long-term health, starting with their first examination. Today our Windsor vets discuss what to expect and what to bring to your puppy's first vet visit.
The signs of chronic pain can be difficult for pet parents to spot, yet dogs suffering from chronic pain experience a serious decline in quality of life. Here, our Windsor vets discuss the causes of chronic pain in dogs, signs to watch for, and treatments that can help your dog live more comfortably.
Routine exams (checkups) for your dog or cat provide your vet with an opportunity to monitor your pet's health, check for early signs of disease, and provide preventive treatments to help protect your pet against potentially life-threatening conditions. Today, our Windsor vets explain the benefits of routine exams for pets.
Our Windsor vets understand that repeated appointments for your dog's vaccines and booster shots can be inconvenient, but keeping your dog's vaccinations up-to-date is the best way to protect your pup against some serious and potentially deadly diseases.