Manchester West Veterinary experts provide comprehensive medical care and information for the care of your cat or kitten.
We provide our patients and clients with outstanding medical services.
Doctor Mary Stauder is recognized as a Veterinarian with experience in rabbit care by the Missouri House Rabbit Society - St. Louis.
Special good for months of February and March, 2018.
Keeping up With Your Pet’s Wellness
As the season change it’s important to keep up with your pet’s general well-being. Here a few tips to keep their health in check!
• Keep up with regular visits to the vet
Take your pet to the veterinarian at least once a year for wellness exams. Regular checkups can ensure your pet is up to date on vaccines and can help detect underlying health problems.
• Brush your pet’s hair and clip their nails
The brush you need depends on the breed of cat or dog you have. It is also important to remember to clip your pet’s nails. This will prevent injury to their feet and to surfaces in your home. If you can hear your pet’s nails clicking on the floor, it’s a sign they are too long.
• Brush your pet’s teeth
Keeping your pet’s dental care up to date is one of the most important things you can do for them. A healthy mouth promotes overall wellness. To introduce your pet to brushing their teeth, start slowly and ease your way into it. Stop in and visit us for tips on how to brush their teeth.
• Provide proper exercise
Exercise is important to maintain a healthy body weight and stay strong. The amount of exercise your pet needs depends on their weight, age, and breed. For dogs, take them along on your favorite outdoor activity. For cats, try testing out a jungle gym or laser pointers.
• Provide proper nutrition
Feeding your pet proper nutrition is extremely important. Ask your veterinarian what food is best for their breed, age, and size. Keep your pet's diet consistent to avoid upsetting their stomach.
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Staff, Dvm360.com. "Client Education Tips for National Pet Wellness Month." Dvm360.com. N.p., 15 July 2014. Web. 11 Nov. 2016.
Monday, Tuesday, Friday:
7:30am - 6:00pm
Wednesday - Thursday:
7:30am - 8:00pm
8:00am - 3:00pm
Morning Drop Offs and Late Pick-Ups Available
Manchester West Veterinary Hospital is conveniently located just off Manchester Road (Hwy 100), one mile west of Clarkson Road at 16396 Truman Road, Ellisville, MO 63011.Map
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...The staff was excellent, they are friendly and very organized unlike some places where the office staff actually seem to wonder why all these people with animals keep coming through the door. I've seen two of the vets there, both were great, not in a hurry, answered my questions, and the bill was very reasonable. They also do a follow up call to check on your pet. Nice touch. Sad to say my medical care will never be this good.
If you are looking for a Doctor that will take care of your pet like it was his own, then look no further than Dr. Roberts at Manchester West Veterinary. I can't tell you enough about how great Dr. Roberts is but if you love your pet and you live within driving distance, I suggest you make Dr. Roberts your new Vet because he is the best.
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- 16396 Truman Road, Ellisville, MO 63011
- Text us at 636-271-5561
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- Serving the cities of Ballwin, Chesterfield, Clarkson Valley, Ellisville, Eureka, Manchester, St. Albans, Town and Country, Twin Oaks, Wildwood, Winchester, West County and the greater St. Louis Metropolitan Area since 1993.