Manchester Veterinary Clinic

156 Spencer Street
Manchester, CT 06040

(860)646-5170

www.manchestervetclinic.com

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This library is from the Veterinary Information Network or VIN. VIN is the world's first and largest online veterinary community. New articles for pet owners are added weekly by the experts at VIN and provide our readers with the most current veterinary information available. Although at Manchester Veterinary Clinic we only see dogs and cats, we are excited to bring you a full library of pet medical information on a variety of species. To get there, simply click on that cat or dog, then use then look for for your species link.

 

Feces Eating in Dogs and Cats

Eating feces, known as coprophagia, can be an extremely distressing issue for dog and cat owners. Whether it’s the pet’s own feces or someone else’s, the act it ...

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Dog Toys Are Fun! (Right?)

Isn’t it adorable when little puppies grab onto a rope toy and swing it from side to side, bashing themselves in the head and shoulders, growling fiercely with ...

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Gum Can Kill your Dog? GUM? Seriously?! Oh, and GRAPES, too? Great! Just great!

Let’s try the forest – serene communion with nature, right? Nope. Bears can take a chunk out of your hide, trees can fall on your head, and if you nibble the wr ...

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An Answer to Cancer?

A research veterinarian with a background in oncology and aging crossed the country earlier this year to visit Rottweilers in their homes to try to understand w ...

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