Today, our Windsor vets answer questions about the costs of hip dysplasia surgery, dogs who need it, and their expected recovery time. Hip dysplasia is a condition characterized by the abnormal formation of one or both of a dog's hips, which leads to pain when exercising or changing position.
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Dogs have what is known as the cranial cruciate ligament (CCL), it is comparable to a human's ACL and helps their knee function correctly. It is also one of the most likely places for traumatic injury in our canine companions. Today our Windsor vets discuss the details of TPLO surgery, dogs who need it, and what to do if your dog jumped before they were fully recovered.
Knowing when your pet is in need of emergency veterinary services can be difficult for many pet owners. Our Windsor emergency vets are here to share some indications that you should head to your closest emergency veterinary hospital.
If your pet has just had surgery you need to stay up to date on how you should be taking care of them, to help them recover faster. Below our vets at New England Veterinary Center & Cancer Care in Windsor discuss the best ways you can take care of your pet to help them recover after surgery.
If you love spending time outdoors in the summer or live in a hot climate especially with your canine companion, you have to be aware of heatstroke. Here you can read what our Windsor vets have to say about heatstroke in dogs, its symptoms, what to do if your pup has heatstroke and how it can be deadly.
You may have heard that there are many foods and objects that can poison your dog, but did you know there are many plants that are toxic to pups as well? Today our emergency vets in Windsor, Connecticut discuss the many plants that are poisonous for dogs, the symptoms you should look for, and how they can be treated.