Thanks to vaccines, we can prevent numerous diseases in dogs and puppies. This makes vaccination schedules an essential component of their long-term healthcare. Our Westport vets discuss which shots your puppy or dog needs, and when they'll require them, in this post.
If you have to bring your pet to your vet's for diagnostic imaging, you may have a lot of questions: How are X-rays, ultrasounds and CT scans used on dogs and cats? What is the process? Do they have to be sedated? Our Westport vets explain the ins and outs of routine diagnostic imaging procedures for dogs and cats.
Our vets in Westport recommend pets receive appropriate vaccinations as they play an integral role in keeping your pet healthy throughout their life. In this post, we discuss why and when pet vaccines should be administered, the dangers of not being vaccinated, and more.
Have you noticed your dog has come down with a non-productive, dry cough? If so, your canine companion might be suffering from Kennel Cough. In this post, our Westport vets share some information about this highly contagious respiratory disease in dogs - and what to do if your dog is coughing.
While the rabies virus is especially dangerous for cats, it is entirely preventable. Our vets in Westport explain the costs, scheduling and side effects related to getting your cat vaccinated against rabies.