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Read our Fairfield, NJ veterinary blog to get tips and advice that can help you keep your pets happy and in optimal health.

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Should I get my dog vaccinated?

Should I get my dog vaccinated?

Preventive care is designed to protect your pup against a variety of potentially life-threatening diseases. Here, our vets in Fairfield, NJ share a standard puppy and adult dog vaccine and booster shots schedule and discuss how vaccinations help protect your furry friend.

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Anesthesia for Dogs

Anesthesia for Dogs

Most dogs are given anesthesia when they are spayed or neutered, and the majority of them will require it at least once throughout their lives. Our four-legged pets, like us, may require anesthesia as part of a surgery or procedure. Today, our Fairfield, NJ vets discuss what you should know about anesthesia for dogs.

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Aural Hematomas in Cats

Aural Hematomas in Cats

If your cat has an ear hematoma you might wonder how to help. Today, our Fairfield, NJ vet team shares more about what causes aural hematomas in cats, symptoms, and treatment options. 

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The Cost of Owning a Dog

The Cost of Owning a Dog

Dogs can certainly steal our hearts away and become treasured members of our family, but that love and loyalty come at a very real price. Before taking on the responsibility of making a dog part of your family, be sure to consider these points from our All Creatures Great and Small Animal Hospital vets about the average cost of owning a dog.

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Are pet wellness plans worth it for routine care?

Are pet wellness plans worth it for routine care?

Cat and dog wellness plans are 'packages' that include routine vet care services offered at a discounted rate. Today, our All Creatures Great and Small Animal Hospital team discusses the benefits of wellness plans, and some things to take into consideration.

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What does ringworm look like on a dog?

What does ringworm look like on a dog?

Ringworm is a fungus that is similar to athlete's foot, contrary to popular belief. It produces spores, which are infective seeds that are extremely resilient and difficult to eradicate from the environment. Ringworm can infect the skin of any animal, including dogs. Our Fairfield, NJ veterinarians discuss ringworm in dogs and how to recognize it.

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Puppy Vaccination Schedule: What Shots Puppies Need & When

Puppy Vaccination Schedule: What Shots Puppies Need & When

Repeated appointments for your puppy's vaccines can seem inconvenient, but our Fairfield, NJ vets firmly believe that following the vaccination schedule below is the best way to help protect your pup's health now and throughout their lifetime.

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Signs of Infection After Spaying/Neutering a Dog

Signs of Infection After Spaying/Neutering a Dog

Spaying or neutering your dog is a big decision, and you might be worried about the complications that could arise. Although the chances of a complication are slim, our Fairfield, NJ veterinarians discuss what to expect after spaying/neutering your dog and the signs of complications or infection to look for.

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Signs of Pain in Dogs

Signs of Pain in Dogs

It can be concerning to see your dog suffering from pain or discomfort. In this post, our Fairfield, NJ vets explain how dogs tend to handle this, how they show pain or discomfort, and how to know when your dog is suffering and when they might require urgent care. 

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The FVRCP Vaccine for Cats

The FVRCP Vaccine for Cats

Our vets in Fairfield, NJ believe that prevention is critical to helping your cat live a long, healthy life. That's why we recommend all cats receive the FVRCP vaccine to protect them from serious feline conditions.

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Welcoming New Patients

All Creatures Great and Small Animal Hospital is now seeing new patients! Our Fairfield, NJ vets are trained to provide care for a wide range of companion animals including cats, dogs, birds, reptiles, rodents, and more. Contact our veterinary clinic today to schedule your pet's first appointment.

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