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Our Windsor veterinarians share helpful tips and insights on how to keep your pets healthy and happy. 

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Why should I get my dog vaccinated?

Why should I get my dog vaccinated?

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.

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Providing Your Cat With The Best Possible Care

Providing Your Cat With The Best Possible Care

At New England Veterinary Center & Cancer Care we know that you want to do everything you can to ensure that your feline friend lives a long, happy and healthy life. So how often should you take your cat to the vet for a checkup? Here's what our Windsor vets recommend... 

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Dog Illness Symptom Checker

Dog Illness Symptom Checker

Our Windsor vets understand how difficult it can be to decide whether your dog needs to see a vet. So below we share a few common dog illnesses and a list of troubling symptoms to help you decide whether it's time to call your vet.

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Vaccine Reactions in Dogs - What Pet Parents Should Know

Vaccine Reactions in Dogs - What Pet Parents Should Know

Our Windsor vets believe that the benefits of getting your dog vaccinated far outweigh the risk of reactions to the vaccines. That said, some dogs do react to getting their shots. If your dog has a vaccine reaction, here's what might happen and what to do.

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Parvo in Puppies

Parvo in Puppies

Parvovirus is an extremely contagious, often deadly, virus that spreads through contact with infected dogs or contaminated objects. Our Windsor vets share important facts about parvovirus that you need to know to help keep your pup healthy.

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Kitten & Adult Cat Vaccination Schedule

Kitten & Adult Cat Vaccination Schedule

When it comes to doing all you can to help your cat live a long and healthy life, vaccinations play a key role. Today's post from our Windsor vets can help you understand which vaccinations your cat needs and when. 

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Veterinary Radiation Therapy – Benefits and Side Effects

Veterinary Radiation Therapy – Benefits and Side Effects

At New England Veterinary Center & Cancer Care in Windsor CT our vets offer veterinary radiation therapy as a treatment option for dogs and cats with various forms of cancer. Today we discuss some of the benefits and side effects of this cancer treatment option. 

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What is Lymphoma in Cats & How is it Treated?

What is Lymphoma in Cats & How is it Treated?

Lymphoma is a type of cancer commonly seen in cats that affects specific white blood cells called lymphocytes. In today's blog our Windsor vets explain the types of lymphoma seen in cats, how they are diagnosed and how they are treated. 

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Ultrasound For Dogs & Cats

Ultrasound For Dogs & Cats

Your vet says that your pet needs an ultrasound, but why? How will an ultrasound help? Our Windsor specialist vets explain how ultrasound scans are performed on pets, and when ultrasound imaging is used.

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Causes, Symptoms & Treatments for Cushing’s Disease in Dogs

Causes, Symptoms & Treatments for Cushing’s Disease in Dogs

Cushing's disease can lead to serious, sometimes life-threatening conditions and illnesses. Our Windsor vets explain the causes of this condition, in addition to common symptoms and treatments.

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