• Pocket Pets
    A Quick Look at Some of the Most Popular Pocket Pets Pocket pets are small animals that are typically kept in a small enclosure. As their name states, they’re small enough Read more
  • Importance of Annual Wellness Exam
    The Value of a Pet Wellness Exam If you’ve seen a doctor, you’ve likely been scheduled for at least a once-a-year annual checkup. The same applies to pets. More often referred Read more
  • Caring For Your Geriatric Pet
    A geriatric pet requires special senior pet care. Our veterinarian at Trumbull Animal Hospital in Trumbull, CT, can help you provide your geriatric pet with the care he or she Read more
  • Caring For Your New Puppy or Kitten
    If you’re planning on bringing a new puppy or kitten into your Trumbull, then Trumbull Animal Hospital would like to offer you hearty congratulations on the new addition to your Read more
  • Common Food Allergies in Pets
    Having pet allergies is common, and many pets react to a pet food allergy. When your pet needs either a health exam or emergency vet care, it's important to call Read more
  • Holiday Foods that are Toxic to Pets
    The holidays are a time for sharing delicious meals and scrumptious desserts with friends and family. If you have pets, however, you will need to be mindful of the harm Read more
  • Toxic Ingestion
    Many substances, including plants, chemicals, and food can be toxic to pets. If your pet has ingested something toxic, you may need immediate care from an emergency vet. Our staff Read more
  • Questions on Pet Orthopedics
    If you’ve been told your pet needs orthopedic surgery, you have a few questions about your pet’s procedure. These questions compiled by Trumbull Animal Hospital can better understand pet orthopedic Read more
  • How to Prepare For Your First Road Trip With Your Pet
    If you love to travel and take road trips, having your pet with you can make the adventure more enjoyable and an experience that makes pet ownership worth it. Instead Read more
  • Common Pet Problems
    Do you have a pet? If so, you know that they can be a lot of work. Many pets require food, water, exercise, and love. They may also require regular Read more
  • 5 Signs It May Be Time to See a Veterinary Dermatologist
    5 Top Signs It’s Time for a Veterinary Dermatology Appointment As your pet’s skin is covered in fur, it can be more difficult to notice a skin issue on it than Read more
  • Importance of Vaccinating Your Pets
    Just like humans, pets require vaccinations in order to stay healthy. These vaccines are given during regular veterinary visits and are meant to prevent your pet from getting ill. At Read more
  • Leptospirosis
    Pet leptospirosis is a disease caused by a whole family of over 230 species of bacteria. The bacteria love damp wet places. They can live in bodies of water or Read more
  • Needle Scope (Endoscope)
    What Is a Needle Scope and What Is Endoscope? Health care and veterinary care have advanced by leaps and bounds in recent years. Doctors and veterinarians alike now have more tools Read more
  • What Is TPLO Surgery?
    TPLO surgery (Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy) is a popular orthopedic surgery performed by a vet on dogs who have injured the cranial cruciate ligament, which is similar to the human Read more
  • MLS Laser Therapy
    MLS Laser Therapy is one of the most effective laser treatment options for pets suffering from various health issues. It has become a preferred option, especially for pain issues. At Read more
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