After your dog's surgical procedure, you can play an important role in helping them to fully recover. Proper post-op care is essential to help them get back to their daily life as soon as possible. Today, our Newtown vets share some advice on caring for your dog after surgery.
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 cardiology, 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
Cardiology Pet 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.
Our dog swallowed something he should not have. We took him in the middle of the night, the staff and vets were really professional and nice. They laid out the options, gave us the range of possible treatments, potential risks, and potential costs very clearly. We had a positive outcome for the dog and it was a very good experience. Both vets who we spoke to were terrific as was the support staff.
The Specialists, technicians, and entire staff are top-notch! We have a multi-pet household and have been to this hospital many times throughout the years; every visit was met with kindness, professionalism, and exemplary medical care; absolutely incredible veterinarian group!
It is a place where you find sincere people dedicated to their profession.
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.
From toys to grass, feces, and roadkill... some dogs will eat anything. If your dog eats things they shouldn't, there may be a good reason to be concerned. Today our Newtown vets look at why some dogs eat inappropriate things and provide tips on how to stop this problematic behavior.
A dog's cranial cruciate ligament (CCL), often called their ACL or 'cruciate', is the connective tissue that joins the shin bone to the thigh bone and can become painfully injured or torn. Today, our Newtown vets explain some of the surgeries used to treat a torn ACL in dogs.