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My cat won't eat, is this an emergency?

My cat won't eat, is this an emergency?

It can be a stressful situation if your cat is refusing food. Is it a temporary upset stomach or a veterinary emergency? Here, our Newtown vets share some common reasons why cats stop eating, and how to tell if it’s an emergency situation.

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Constipation in Cats: What To Do

Constipation in Cats: What To Do

Constipation in cats can be a sign of an underlying health issue and could cause your cat severe pain or discomfort. Today, our Newtown vets discuss some of the causes of constipation in cats and when a trip to the emergency vet may be necessary.

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Signs Your Pet Needs Emergency Care

Signs Your Pet Needs Emergency Care

Pets, like people, can sometimes suffer from conditions that require immediate emergency veterinary intervention. Today, our Newtown vets discuss symptoms that require emergency care and some basic first aid steps you can take. 

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Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) in Cats

Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) in Cats

Although cat urinary tract infections are rare compared to the occurrence of UTIs in dogs, older cats can experience a host of other urinary tract issues that cause similar symptoms. Today our Newtown vets discuss the causes, symptoms, and treatment for urinary disorders in cats. 

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The Best Dog Food for Dogs with Allergies

The Best Dog Food for Dogs with Allergies

Just like humans, dogs can develop allergies to many things around them, including their food! In this post, our Newtown vets suggest our top dog foods for dogs with food allergies or intolerances. 

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What You Need to Know Before Bringing Home a Sphynx Cat

What You Need to Know Before Bringing Home a Sphynx Cat

Sphynx cats make unique pets and have been popular since the breed was introduced in the 1960s. However, they require a lot of extra, specialized care. Today our vets from Newtown Veterinary Specialists go over what you should know before purchasing or adopting a Sphynx.

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Is My Cat Overweight? Signs, Symptoms & What To Do

Is My Cat Overweight? Signs, Symptoms & What To Do

Although your feline friend might look cute and "fluffy" with a few extra pounds, carrying extra weight can be detrimental to your cat's overall health. Here, our Newtown vets offer advice on how to tell if your cat is overweight and how you can help them reach their optimal size. 

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Plants That Are Toxic to Cats

Plants That Are Toxic to Cats

There are lots of garden and house plants that are toxic to felines. Today our vets in Newtown share the most common plants that are toxic to cats and tell you how you can protect your cat, and the symptoms you should look for.

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Help! My Cat Keeps Vomiting

Help! My Cat Keeps Vomiting

Every cat will vomit once in a while however, severe or frequent vomiting could be a symptom of a more serious condition. Here, our emergency vets in Newtown discuss the reasons for cat vomiting and when you should take your kitty to the vet.

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Dehydration in Dogs - Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Dehydration in Dogs - Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

At Newtown Veterinary Specialists we often see dogs suffering from dehydration, which occurs when their bodies lose more water than they take in. Today our Newtown vets discuss the symptoms of dehydration in dogs and how it can be prevented.

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