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.

West Nile Virus

*A recent article (Austgen et al. Experimental Infection of Cats and Dogs with West Nile Virus, EID, Vol. 10, no.1 Jan 2004) in the journal Emerging Infectious ...

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Veterinarians serve family-health role in suspected zoonoses

Photo by Dr. Radford Davis Dr. Radford Davis, an authority in zoonoses, is not particularly worried about catching any diseases from his dog, Midnight.

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Clostridium difficile Becoming more Common in North America

What Is Clostridium difficile?Some strains contain genes that allow them to produce toxins. It is the toxins, not the bacteria themselves, that make a person or ...

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Plague and How Avoid It in You or your Companion Animals

In April 2011, a dog in New Mexico’s Sante Fe County was diagnosed with plague. Many people think plague is a disease that was only present hundreds of years ag ...

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