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Pets Eating Problems - Why Won't My Cat Eat?

Pets Eating Problems - Why Won't My Cat Eat?

Our Groton vets know that cats have a well-deserved reputation for being picky eaters. So, if your cat is refusing to eat, it may be difficult to find an obvious reason. Here are a few of the most common reasons why your cat isn't eating and when you should book a vet appointment.

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How Long Can You Leave a Dog Alone?

How Long Can You Leave a Dog Alone?

As nice as it would be to stay home with your adorable dog all day long, this isn't always possible. If you are having to consider leaving your dog alone for long periods of time, you may be wondering how long is too long. Here, our Groton vets explain how long you can leave your pup alone and what they do while you're gone. 

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Rabies in Cats

Rabies in Cats

Rabies is a very dangerous virus that can also be quite contagious among animals, including cats. Here, our Groton vets explain the impact that the rabies virus can have on cats including its symptoms, its prevention and how common the illness is in our feline friends.

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Does My Dog Need a Rabies Vaccine Every Year?

Does My Dog Need a Rabies Vaccine Every Year?

Rabies is an incredibly serious disease that is fatal if contracted by a dog. Having your pooch vaccinated against rabies is the best way to protect both them and your family. Here, our Groton vets explain more about this very important vaccination as well as how often your dog needs their booster.

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Can a Dog Have a Reaction to the Bordetella Vaccine?

Can a Dog Have a Reaction to the Bordetella Vaccine?

Here, our Groton veterinarians provide some guidance on the common reactions to the Bordetella vaccine as well as what to do if you notice a serious reaction in your dog.

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Should I get my indoor cat vaccinated?

Should I get my indoor cat vaccinated?

While skipping your indoor cat's vaccinations may be a tempting prospect, cat and kitten vaccinations are just as important for felines that stay at home as they are for those that venture outside. Here, our Groton vets explain why vaccinations for indoor cats are so important.

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Can a Vaccinated Dog Get Rabies?

Can a Vaccinated Dog Get Rabies?

While there is a very small chance that your vaccinated dog will contract rabies if exposed to the disease, rabies vaccinations don't guarantee 100% protection. Here, our Groton vets explain rabies and what to do if you suspect that your dog may have been exposed to this serious illness.

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Cat Urinary Tract Infections

Cat Urinary Tract Infections

While our Groton vets see way fewer urinary tract infections in cats than we do in dogs, there are still a number of other urinary tracts diseases and conditions that can frequently affect older cats. Here, we explain more about urinary tract infections and other diseases in cats.

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What Does a Vet Do During a Routine Checkup?

What Does a Vet Do During a Routine Checkup?

Routinely schedule wellness exams - or vet checkups - can help to give your pet the best possible chance for a long, happy and healthy life. But, what does a routine exam entail? Here, our Groton vets explain what happens when you bring your pet in to see us for a routine checkup.

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Common Cause of Diarrhea in Dogs & How to Stop it

Common Cause of Diarrhea in Dogs & How to Stop it

There are very few symptoms that are more distressing than when our dogs develop diarrhea, Here, our Groton vets explain some of the most common causes of diarrhea in dogs and what you can do to help resolve this uncomfortable issue.

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