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Manor Veterinary Hospital offers a wide variety of animal services. From routine checkups (preventative medicine) and boarding to diagnostic and surgical procedures, Manor Veterinary Hospital is equipped to handle all the needs of your furry family member.

Preventative medicine

Our goal is to provide life-long preventative care, to ensure long, healthy, happy lives for our patients. When you bring your pet in as a puppy or a kitten, we begin with the basics such as pet vaccinations, nutritional counseling, home dental care, and parasite prevention to include fleas and ticks, heartworms and intestinal parasites.  “Wellness” begins with the love and nurture you provide and continues with the medical advice provided by our team.

Internal Medicine, Dentistry and Surgery

When you bring us a pet with a problem, we provide empathy, understanding, and the experience and resources necessary to help diagnose and solve your pet’s problem. As veterinarians with decades of combined hands-on experience with pets, our doctors have excellent skills and a knowledge base from which to draw as they treat your pets.  We also provide any pet who requires hospitalization with us a comfortable, warm place to rest and recover.  Our Intensive Care Unit is in the heart of the hospital where your patient will receive constant care from our trained staff.  While we do not have 24 hour care, we do work with several facilities for care when we are closed.  We simply transfer your pet for overnight care.

Pain Management

Your pet’s quality of life depends upon the ability to live life, run and play, free from pain. We take this to heart and provide a multi-modal approach to pet pain management. Whether it is management of acute pain due to injury or surgery, or chronic pain from arthritis, we have the compassion, knowledge and skill set to help maximize your pet’s comfort.  As part of our pain management/healing program we offer Harmony Laser Therapy.  “Laser therapy uses light to favor and accelerate the body’s natural healing processes. The laser beam is moved over the skin so that the light energy (photons) penetrates the tissue where it interacts with various molecules (chromophores) that cause different biological effects. It produces a photochemical, photothermal and photomechanical effect.” CELasers

Using state-of-the-art technology, the staff at the Manor Veterinary Hospital has the training and experience to make sure your pets stay healthy and live long, happy lives!