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Pet Dental Care for Preventative Care

What's one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to manage oral conditions in pets? You guessed right: preventive dental care. Instead of waiting for oral diseases to happen so Read More

How to Care for Senior Pets

Pets Need Special Care as They Age Cats and dogs become "old" usually when they're only about seven to eight years of age. That short span of time from when they Read More

How to Prepare Your Cat for Surgery

As a pet lover, receiving news that your cat needs to undergo a surgical operation can be shocking and scary. However, surgery is often necessary to keep your pet healthy Read More

Spay and Neuter

Spaying or neutering your pet is important to your pet’s health. These procedures also help control the pet population and limit overcrowding in shelters. At Glastonbury Animal Hospital in Glastonbury, Read More

Signs Your Pet Has Allergies

Just like humans, pets can suffer from allergies, including seasonal pollen allergies, food allergies, and more. As a pet owner, you should keep an eye on your animals and watch Read More

5 Signs It May Be Time to See a Vet Dermatologist

5 Signs It May Be Time to See a Vet Dermatologist Have you seen your cat or dog endlessly scratching or licking themselves? If so, your pet may be suffering from Read More

Toxic Ingestion

Toxic Ingestion Modern life includes a wide range of chemical substances that can be hazardous to the health of pets. When your pet ingests a toxic substance, pet owners must be Read More

Can Pets Get Seasonal Allergies Priority

Can Pets Get Seasonal Allergies? Allergies are no fun for humans or pets. If your pet is exhibiting some of the signs of an allergic response, contact our team at Glastonbury Read More

Cat Declawing Alternatives

Cat Declawing Alternatives Cats make great pets. They are very independent, which makes them a great pet for busy people. Unfortunately, there is a downside to having a cat. Cats love Read More

Pet Wellness Care for All Ages

Pet Wellness Care for All Ages Young pets, old pets, big pets, and small pets, companions come in many ages, sizes, and forms. No matter your pet’s age, Glastonbury Animal Hospital Read More

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