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Green Mountain Veterinary Hospital

48 Treat Hill Rd
Manchester Center, VT 05255

(802)362-2620

www.greenmountainvet.com

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Welcome to Green Mountain Veterinary Hospital!

 

Green Mountain Veterinary Hospital is more than pet care! We take pride in our compassionate approach to veterinary medicine, one that blends traditional practices with gentle techniques for the most comprehensive animal care in the region.

 

Patients of Green Mountain Veterinary Hospital enjoy comfort and quality in our state-of-the-art facility and new surgical suite! Preventive care is the foundation of our wellness program - your pet receives a customized plan to promote wellness and enhance the human-animal bond. 

 

  

 

Dr. Treat has used this diet with his dogs for 3 years now with great results.

Interested in the raw diet? Give it a try!

 

BARF - Biologically Appropriate Raw Food

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Excellence in Veterinary Medicine

 

Our professional team is dedicated to providing advanced skills with the most current innovations in the field of veterinary medicine. Your animal companion receives the finest care because our staff is highly trained and certified in their area of expertise - their passion for superior veterinary medicine leads to the highest quality care for every patient.

We practice internal medicine and surgery using the most advanced technology and techniques, enhancing your pet's overall health and recovery from illness or injury. Managing illness or receiving routine services, your animal companion is always treated to the highest quality veterinary care.

For excellence in veterinary medicine practiced with warmth and compassion, visit Green Mountain Veterinary Hospital.

Outpatient Clinic in Londonderry

 

 We also offer services in Londonderry, VT for the convenience of those clients near the mountain.  We do well visits, sick pets, vaccinations, prescription pick-ups and more.  Call the office today to discuss your pets needs and see if our South Londonderry office on Hearthstone Lane might be a good fit for you. Please be aware it is the 2nd left turn.

 

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Clinic News

 

We are proud to announce Dr. Robert Treat Jr., has recently been certified in Animal Chiropractic Care.   

Chiropractic is a drug-free approach to pet health care. Call us for more information or to schedule an appointment.


Come work with us! We are expanding our practice: seeking an Associate Veterinarian.

Please submit resume via email or call (802)-362-2620

 


 

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