Manchester Veterinary Clinic

156 Spencer Street
Manchester, CT 06040

(860)646-5170

www.manchestervetclinic.com

Resources

 

Dogs

  

New Puppy

Spay Home Care

Neuter Home Care

Diet-Induced Heart Disease

Cats

Feeding Your Cat

Feline Diabetes

Spay Home Care

Neuter Home Care

Declaw Home Care

Dogs & Cats

Intestinal Parasites

 

Coccidia

Giardia

Hookworms

Roundworms

Tapeworms

Whipworms

Ectoparasites (Topical)

 

Got FLEAS?? Get Advice!!

Still Got FLEAS?? Get Advice!!

The Truth About Ticks!

Earmites

Demodex

Scabies

Videos

 

Cat Home Care

Cat Medical Information

Getting Your Cat To The Vet

Dog Home Care

Dog Medical Information

New Puppies and Dog Training

Local Pet Services

K9 Training & Behavior

Feline Behavior 

Boarding

Pet Sitting

Groomers

Daycare 

Additional Pet Links

 

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.

 

California to require clarity in pet health insurance policies

A bill regulating the pet health insurance industry has all but passed in California, with some predicting it could reach Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk by next week. ...

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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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Form and Function: Choosing Healthy Pets

Now, the default state for most riding horses born with male parts is gelding (castrated male). Generally, it’s much easier to convince a half ton animal to go ...

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Taking Pains for your Pet's Happiness

The primary goal of biology is to keep the species going. Nature doesn’t care if we are happy, have toys, or shiny teeth. Nature wants animals to eat, survive, ...

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