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ACL Surgery in Dogs - Everything You Should Know

ACL Surgery in Dogs - Everything You Should Know

The dog's cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) is frequently referred to as the dog's ACL or 'cruciate'. This connective tissue joins the upper and lower leg bones at the dog's knee and may become injured. Today, our Westport vets discuss ACL surgery in dogs and the different types that your pet may need.

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Cat Dental Health - What Every Owner Should Know About Cats Oral Hygiene

Cat Dental Health - What Every Owner Should Know About Cats Oral Hygiene

Did you know that the health of your cat's mouth can have an effect on their overall health? Our Westport vets discuss cat dental health and everything that you need to know about caring for their oral hygiene.

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How to Take Care of a Kitten: Complete Guide

How to Take Care of a Kitten: Complete Guide

Caring for a new kitten especially if they are newborn and without a mother can be a lot of work, but the bond that you form and the feeling you get from being there from the very beginning is irreplaceable. Today our Westport vets share information about how to take care of a new kitten and a guide to what to expect along the way.

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CT Scan For Dogs

CT Scan For Dogs

When a dog has experienced specific types of injuries or symptoms then your vet may recommend diagnostic imaging to assist in diagnosing and treating your pet. Our Westport vets discuss veterinary diagnostic imaging and the uses and benefits of CT scans for dogs.

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Feline Leukemia Virus: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Prognosis

Feline Leukemia Virus: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Prognosis

Although a diagnosis of Feline Leukemia Virus can be emotionally devastating, it is important to realize that cats with FeLV can live normal lives for prolonged periods of time. Our vets in Westport share some important information about Feline Leukemia Virus as well as the symptoms and prognosis for cats living with this infectious disease. 

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How to Get Rid of Bad Dog Breath

How to Get Rid of Bad Dog Breath

It's no secret that we expect a dog's breath to smell to a certain degree, especially since we ever go as far as referring to bad breath as dog or puppy breath even in humans. Here, our Westport vets discuss the possible causes of bad breath in dogs and what you can do to treat it and prevent it from reoccurring.

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Can My Cat Catch a Cold?

Can My Cat Catch a Cold?

While we may not see it often, it is entirely possible for cats to get common illnesses just as humans and other animals do. Here, our Westport vets talk about how a cat can get a cold, what the signs are and how you can help relieve their cold symptoms.

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How to Know if Your Cat Is Overweight

How to Know if Your Cat Is Overweight

If your cat is a little rounder than the average feline then you may feel light-hearted about it, making subtle jokes and cuddling with the extra weight. Unfortunately, an overweight cat is nothing to joke about as that extra weight can greatly affect their overall health. Today our Westport vets talk about how you can tell if your cat is becoming overweight, how it can affect them and how to help manage their weight.

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Why Does My Dog Need a Urinalysis?

Why Does My Dog Need a Urinalysis?

Sometimes your vet may look to additional testing in order to check on the health of your dog, one of the diagnostic methods they may use is urinalysis. Here, our Westport vets talk about why they might recommend urinalysis for your dog and how they perform this type of diagnostic testing. 

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Understanding Blood Tests for Dogs

Understanding Blood Tests for Dogs

Blood work can reveal a lot about your dog's health. In this post, our  Westport vets explain why blood work is important for dogs, when your pet will need blood testing and what results mean. 

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