While you may think of your feline friend as big, cute and cuddly, even just an extra few ounces can make a long-term difference to your cat's health and well-being. Here, our Groton vets explain how you can tell if your cat is overweight.
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Excessive scratching, licking and itching in your dog is a sign that they may have a skin condition called dermatitis. Here, our Groton vets explain what might be causing their skin problems and how you can help treat them.
There are two different options available that can help make your cat or dog's healthcare easier to afford, pet insurance and healthcare plans. Here, our Groton vets discuss the benefits of each option and help you learn their differences.
Heartworm disease is a health condition that could be potentially life-threatening to your pet. It is often most found in cats, dogs, and ferrets and could lead to serious health problems such as severe lung disease, heart failure, and damage to other organs. In this blog our Groton vets discuss how you can help prevent your pet from developing this dangerous disease.
Ticks are responsible for spreading a range of diseases that could be dangerous to the health of both pets and people. Today, our vets in Groton discuss the ways ticks thrive, the signs you have to watch for, and how you can protect your pets and family from these external parasites.
Bringing a sample of your pet's stool into the vet every year for a fecal exam is an excellent way to protect your pets and family from intestinal parasites. Our Groton vets discuss how fecal exams provide your vetrinarian with the opportunity to check for these parasites before they can cause further damage.
Out of all the external parasites fleas are the most common. If fleas go too long without treatment they can cause infections and other severe diseases. Today our vets in Groton share with you the early signs of fleas, and the actions you should take if your pet has them.