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Middlebury Animal Clinic offers a variety of services. We are dedicated to providing high quality veterinary medicine, client education, and developing long-term relationships with you and your pet.
Nutrition & BehaviorWe can help you tailor a diet to meet your pet’s individual needs to ensure a longer and healthier life. Behavioral problems are the leading cause of pet abandonment. It is our goal to make sure this doesn’t happen to you! Many behavioral problems can be improved and cured with proper training and occasionally medication.
WellnessOne of the most important things you can do for your pet is regular yearly exams and vaccinations. Each pet has unique needs depending on their environment and activity level. At your pets yearly visit a thorough head to tail exam is done by a Veterinarian.
SurgeryWe offer a wide array of surgical services for dogs and cats. Spays (ovariohysterectomy) and castrations are done on a routine basis to help control the pet population. There are also many health benefits to these procedures such as reducing the risk of cancer, less behavioral problems and also decreased skin and allergy problems.
Puppies and KittensPuppies and kittens all need vaccines to prevent against serious and deadly diseases. We recommend your new pet come in for their first visit at six to eight weeks of age to start on vaccinations and check for intestinal parasites. A full exam will be done by a veterinarian at each puppy or kitten visit and flea/tick and heartworm prevention will be started.
SeniorsTaking care of your “Senior Pet” is different than taking care of a young, active dog. We recommend yearly exams and bloodwork on your senior pets starting at six to eight years of age depending on size and breed. The bloodwork monitors liver and kidney function, does a complete white blood cell count, red blood cell count, checks for diabetes and thyroid diseases just to name a few.
Radiology and UltrasoundRadiographs (commonly known as X-Rays) are needed to diagnose many medical conditions. We have a state of the art digital radiograph machine that allows us to transfer your pets x-rays to computer tablets for viewing in the exam rooms with the owners. We also have ultrasound technology that allows us to detect pregnancies and common abdominal illnesses.
DentistryDental health is very important for the overall wellness of your pet. Yearly dental screenings are done during your pet’s wellness examination. The veterinarian will determine the stage of dental disease and may recommend a dental cleaning. Most pets will need their teeth cleaned several times in their life, but some much more often.