Feline corneal sequestrum is a serious threat to the health of your cat's eyes, but early detection and treatment can help restore your cat's pain-free vision. Here, our Newtown vets discuss the causes, signs, and treatment of this painful eye condition in cats.
Providing the Quality Care That Your Pets Deserve
24/7 Emergency Care in Newtown, Connecticut
Emergencies tend to happen when we least expect them. At Newtown Veterinary Specialists, we're here for you and your pets when you need us most.
Meeting All Your Pets' Health Care Needs
Specialty Veterinary Services in Newtown
We offer advanced veterinary services by board-certified veterinary specialists in a wide range of specialties, from internal medicine and surgeries to oncology and ophthalmology.
Quality, Compassion, Knowledge & Service
Newtown Veterinary Specialists is a full-service animal hospital that provides comprehensive emergency and specialty services for cats and dogs in Newtown and surrounding areas 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. From surgery and emergency care to ophthalmology and internal medicine, our highly trained vets are here to help your pet achieve optimal health.
Specialized Eye Care
Welcome to Our Newtown Pet Hospital
Newtown Veterinary Specialists is a full-service animal hospital that provides cats and dogs in Newtown, Fairfield County, Hartford County, Litchfield County, and surrounding areas with comprehensive veterinary services.
From emergency care and surgery to ophthalmology and advanced cancer care, our diverse range of specialty service offerings can meet all of your furry companion's needs when they need it most, 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
We care for Newtown’s companion animals and have established a reputation over the years for professional, quality, and advanced veterinary care with a friendly touch.
Whether you are taking your pet to see us for emergency treatment, or you have been referred to us by your primary care vet, we will treat your pet with compassion and care.
It is a place where you find sincere people dedicated to their profession.
Everyone was so kind and reassuring. Our Lucy was very well taken care of!
Very caring, honest, and professional staff.
At Newtown Veterinary Specialists, our surgeons are able to perform complex surgeries for cats and dogs.
At our Newtown veterinary hospital, our highly trained vets are able to help restore and maintain the health of your pet by performing a range of complex and routine veterinary surgeries.
A few of the emergency and medical surgeries our vets perform include soft tissue surgery, orthopedic surgery, TPLO surgery, and more.
Tips & Advice From Our Team
Whether you need advice on common cat and dog illnesses or tips for keeping your pet safe during the summer heat, our helpful blogs can provide you with informative tips and useful advice from our Newtown vets to help keep your furry friend's tail wagging.
Color dilution alopecia (CDA) is a genetic skin condition that affects dogs bred to have coats that appear blue or light fawn (Isabella). CDA can leave your dog with patchy hair loss, and uncomfortable, itchy skin. Today, our Newtown vets explain the causes of CDA, which breeds are affected, and how it can be treated.
Pleural Effusion in dogs is a condition that reduces the space available for the lungs to expand within the chest cavity, making breathing difficult for your pup. Today, our Newtown vets discuss the symptoms, causes, and available treatments for this serious condition.