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Are you ready to take your pet on vacation?

Preparing for a Safe Fun Vacation Did you ever consider that your pet might need a vacation? The next time you make plans to hit the road, don’t leave your pet behind. Whether you travel fifty or a hundred miles together, both you and your pet will enjoy the company,...

How Can I Keep My Pet Safe In the Winter?

Your pets deserve the best care, so you treat them like family. Just like everyone else you love, you want to keep your pet safe in winter weather. To do that, you don't have to make special arrangements or spend a lot of money on winter weather gear.   It's pretty...

What kinds of pet conditions require emergency care?

When your child is in pain, you’d do anything to relieve their discomfort. We understand that you feel the same urge to do something when you’re a pet parent and your pet needs care. You don’t want them to suffer so you don’t mind dropping everything to take them in...

Is your pet overweight?

When you love your pet, you do what it takes to keep him healthy. That means making sure he gets enough exercise and taking him to the vet for regular checkups. It also means keeping him well fed but not so well fed that it makes him pet overweight. Just like their...

What You Need to Know About Connecticut Dog Laws

At Hebron Veterinary Hospital, we believe it’s important for you to know everything possible about taking care of your dog. We do our part to help you keep your best friend healthy. We also encourage you to keep them legal by knowing and understanding Connecticut Dog...

How Can I Tell When My Dog Has an Ear Problem?

When your dog doesn't feel well, he needs you to figure it out and make everything better. That’s especially important when your dog has an ear infection. Ear problems cause pain, itching, and irritation. If your dog misses out on getting the timely medical attention...

Heartworm Disease and the Importance of Preventative

There’s no nice way to explain heartworm disease. The condition is exactly as it sounds. Affected pets have worms living in their hearts. Cats and ferrets can become infected as well but the disease is most common and more serious in dogs. The Food and Drug...

Holiday Safety for Pets

Make pet safety a big part of your holiday season. The holiday season in Hebron, CT is a perfect time to have fun with your pets. Just like you, they get excited over holiday lights, music, decorations, and food. There’s one big difference. You’re old enough to...

Lyme Disease in Dogs – The Importance of Vaccination

Protecting Your Dog From Lyme Disease Ticks are tricky little creatures. When you give them an opportunity to pass along Lyme Disease to your dog, they're always ready for the challenge. Ticks hang out in the weeds and in wooded and grassy areas in Hebron, CT. They...

Grain-free diet in dogs linked to heart disease

Grain-Free Diet When you love your pet, you do whatever is necessary to keep them healthy. That’s one of the reasons Hebron, CT dog lovers are drawn to new foods which contain some of the non-grain ingredients humans prefer. Unfortunately, the Food and Drug...

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Hebron Veterinary Hospital has been a full service compassionate and quality veterinary care center since 1984. Our office is located in Hebron Connecticut and we serve patients from all around Connecticut and specialize in our local service areas of Columbia CT, Glastonbury CT, Marlborough CT, Andover CT, Bolton CT, Willimantic, Lebanon and Colchester CT.

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