How is Monkeypox Spread? Pox viruses are airborne like Covid 19 but the viral load required to make someone sick is much higher so they generally require prolonged contact in a confined air space – generally. It is MUCH easier to get Monkey Pox from contact with the secretions from the skin lesions. If the… Read more »
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We were nominated in both Bucks and Bucks/Montgomery this year. If you are happy with the care you receive from our team, please vote for us in all four links below. You can vote once per day from multiple email addresses. Voting ends 10/18 at 11:59PM. Thank you for your support! Courier Times: Best of… Read more »
Current Protocols In order to protect clients, staff, and our pet patients, Newtown Vet is operating through curbside services. Clients are currently not permitted in the building, so staff will be in contact over the phone throughout your visit. Food and medication pickup is also available curbside. If you have questions about our appointment process… Read more »
Hello from Newtown Vet! As medical director, I wanted to alert the Newtown Vet family to a new toxicity that is on the rise in dogs and cats due to the increased availability of sago palm plants from some large retailers.
Dear clients, As you may already know, Hill’s Pet Nutrition has issued a voluntary recall/withdrawal of select canned canine diets due to elevated Vitamin D levels caused by a supplier error. No dry dog foods, cat foods (both canned and dry), or treats were affected. Hill’s Pet Nutrition has reported that “while vitamin D is… Read more »
As the holidays approach, we tend to get wrapped up in the festivities and forget that our homes can contain huge risks for our pets if we aren’t careful. Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine shared a helpful article outlining some of the main hazards pet owners should look out for during the end-of-year… Read more »
NEWTOWN, PA – In honor of a long-standing relationship with the Trenton Thunder and their beloved golden retrievers, Newtown Veterinary Hospital unveiled an exam room dedicated to the team and their pups on Tuesday, January 28.
Although every single one of Newtown Vet’s patients is special to us, occasionally, we’re lucky enough to care for a pet that’s making an impact in the world beyond his immediate family. Harry Minsky, a lifelong patient at Newtown Vet, was one of those pets. In September of this year, Harry ended his battle with… Read more »