Posts in Category: The Surgical Suite
Almost all pets will undergo surgery at some point in their lifespan. While anytime surgery happens it can be a little stress-inducing, understanding canine surgical procedures can help put pet owners a little more at ease. New Haven Pet Hospital would love to share a little about dog surgery and common canine surgical procedures at our facility.Continue…
Whether your pet has to undergo an emergency or planned surgical procedure, there are always concerns. Pet owners are right to question the risks, and our staff is always ready to discuss how we approach surgery and post-operative care. In order to meet a successful outcome, a complete recovery period is essential. Helping them heal after a pet’s surgery isn’t always easy, but that’s why we’re here!Continue…
When you get a new pet or if you’re thinking about adopting one, you may be wondering if you need to spay or neuter them. At New Haven Pet Hospital, we believe that spaying or neutering your pet is one of the greatest gifts you can give, and the benefits of this procedure are worth it. Time and again, we see both our pets and our community thrive with this safe and effective procedure. Let us tell you why.
Okay, so maybe it’s not really an age-old question; but any dog owner who has been up at 1 AM Googling why their pooch is limping has probably pondered the difference between the two conditions: Hip dysplasia or luxating patella?
So what, then, is the difference? Let New Haven Pet Hospital fill you in.
Hip Dysplasia or Luxating Patellas: Different Parts
The main thing that differentiates hip dysplasia or luxating patellas is the fact that they affect totally different joints.