Please note: We will be closed from Saturday, December 24th – Monday, December 26th for Christmas! If you have a medical emergency please contact Pieper Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital at 860-347-8387, 730 Randolph Road Middletown Ct. 06457, or VCA Vet Specialist of Ct. at 860-236-3273, 993 North Main Street West Hartford Ct. Have a safe and happy holiday.

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Indoor Enrichment Ideas for Pets During the Winter

Indoor Enrichment Ideas for Pets During the Winter

Indoor Enrichment Ideas for Pets During the Winter   When the weather outside becomes too cold and snowy, it can be tough to find ways to entertain your pet indoors. Spice up their exercise routine with the following fun interactive games and toys to help your...

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Why is Regular Pet Grooming Important?

Why is Regular Pet Grooming Important?

Why is Regular Pet Grooming Important?   Celebrated on November 1, Pet Groomer Awareness Day draws attention to the important task groomers undertake when caring for your furry pal. Regular pet grooming not only keeps your pet looking their best, but it also...

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Veterinary Technicians: Animal Hospitals’ Unsung Heroes

Veterinary Technicians: Animal Hospitals’ Unsung Heroes

Veterinary Technicians: Animal Hospitals’ Unsung Heroes   The National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) observes National Veterinary Technician Week during the third week of October each year to raise awareness of the vital role veterinary...

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How We Keep Your Pet Safe Under Anesthesia

How We Keep Your Pet Safe Under Anesthesia

How We Keep Your Pet Safe Under Anesthesia   When your pet is at the veterinarian, your pet is our number one priority, especially when they undergo anesthesia and surgical procedures. We understand you also are concerned about your pet’s health and safety while...

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Ways To Tell Your Pet Is in Pain

Ways To Tell Your Pet Is in Pain

Ways To Tell Your Pet Is in Pain   Did you know that our furry friends are masters at hiding any vulnerabilities? In honor of Animal Pain Awareness Month, do your pet a favor and learn the following common signs of pain to help them when they need it.   #1:...

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How Do Pet Microchips Work?

How Do Pet Microchips Work?

Wondering how microchips work and if they’re right for your pet? Here’s a look at what goes into this permanent form of identification and how it can help reunite you with your furry friend.

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4 Fun Ways to Have a Cool Pet in the Summer Heat

4 Fun Ways to Have a Cool Pet in the Summer Heat

4 Fun Ways to Have a Cool Pet in the Summer Heat Summertime is full of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, although high temperatures and humidity can make it uncomfortable for your pet. Help your furry pal beat the heat with the following tips. #1: Fill up a wading...

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