Additional Pet Services in New Milford, CT

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Pet Behavior Consultation

A behavioral consultation is usually an hour long meeting. In addition to a comprehensive discussion of behavioral difficulties, a full physical examination and assessment of medical records and conditions are undertaken. Treatment alternatives for your pet, including herbal formulations and pharmaceuticals, behavioral modification, and training, are explored as needed.

Pet Cold Laser Therapy

Laser therapy (photobiomodulation therapy) is a noninvasive and fast-acting treatment that uses light energy to reduce inflammation and pain while also speeding up the healing process.

Laser treatments can be repeated as often as necessary once an injury or ailment has been diagnosed. Treatment frequency can be reduced as the situation improves, as directed by the doctor. After the problem has been treated, some conditions may no longer require laser therapy. Other illnesses, on the other hand, may necessitate long-term or even lifelong treatment to support and maintain pain alleviation.

Cold Laser Therapy Indications

  • ACL Surgery (post op.)
  • Anal Gland Conditions
  • Arthritis
  • Bite Wounds
  • Burns
  • Decubital Ulcers (bedsores)
  • Fractures
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Hot Spots
  • Iliopsoas Strain
  • Intervertebral Disc Disease
  • Lyme Disease
  • Mastitis
  • Myelopathy
  • Myositis (muscle inflammation)
  • Soft Tissue Injuries
  • Spondylosis
  • Tendonitis
  • Wound Healing

Pet Euthanasia

Our euthanasia service is one of the most critical services we provide to owners whose dogs are terminally sick or suffering. The decision to euthanize a pet is always a painful one, and we will spend time with you long before that decision is made to ensure that your pet has the best possible quality of life.

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Pet Nutritional Counseling

It’s critical to make sure your pet eats a healthy, well-balanced diet. Our staff at Valley Veterinary Hospital is well-versed in the nutritional requirements that your pet requires, from the time they are a little puppy/kitten to their senior years.

Maintaining a healthy weight and diet is crucial for your pet’s general health and can help prevent a variety of major medical problems.

Patients with chronic diseases such as kidney disease, diabetes, osteoarthritis, and others may require prescription diets. Our team can assist you in selecting the ideal diets for your pet so that he or she can live a long and healthy life.

Allow our team to assist you in developing the ideal diet plan for your pet.

A Commitment To Quality And Empathy In Veterinary Care

Our veterinarians, technicians, assistants, and front staff work together to provide both you and your pet with a compassionate and professional experience. From the initial phone call, it is our goal to make sure you feel that your concerns are addressed, you are well informed, and that your pet receives the best care.