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Celebrating Seniors

You may have heard the saying ‘age is not a disease’ and at Manitou Animal Hospital we want to share this message with you. When pets age and cross into their Golden Years, it doesn't mean a decline in quality of life or comfort. Make sure to book an appointment today and ask us about our senior pet care. There are so many steps we can take to keep your senior pet happy and healthy!

 

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Adult Pet Care

Bringing your pet in for an annual diagnostic and wellness checkup can help reassure you that your pet is healthy. Learn more about how to care for your adult pet!

 

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Full-service vet hospital proudly serving Kitchener & surrounding areas for over 25 years

 

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Welcome to Manitou Animal Hospital in Kitchener

Manitou Animal Hospital strives to provide high quality, up-to-date medical and surgical care for our patients.

Your experience at Manitou Animal Hospital will begin and end with a qualified veterinary technician. We are better able to assess your situation and can answer many of your questions. We separate ourselves from other vet clinics with the services we can provide for your pets in our hospital, including ultrasound diagnostics.

We’ve been proudly serving Kitchener and surrounding area for over 30 years and we pride ourselves on our long lasting client/patient relationships and strive to build new relationships every day.

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Senior Pets

The senior stage of a pets life can be a wonderful, but sometimes difficult time. It’s difficult that pets age so much faster than us. Common things we see in our senior pets include slowing down, difficulty getting around, decreased hearing and sight, sometimes a decreased sense of smell.

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Halloween Anxiety with All the Trick or Treaters

The ringing of the doorbell and the sound of little people coming up to the house on Halloween night is lots of fun for the most of us, however, can cause your pet to be quite anxious or even look for ways to escape.

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