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Dental health is key to the overall well-being of our pets. Until April 15, at Mayfield Veterinary Clinic we can help you brush up on oral healthcare and prevention of dental disease. Together we can achieve a healthier smile for your furry friend.

 

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At Mayfield Veterinary Clinic, we are happy to provide you with the option to browse and shop for your pet, all from the comfort of your own home!

 

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Vet House Calls

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Dog Services

Check out the variety of dog services Mayfield Veterinary Clinic offers!

 

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Vaccinations

There are so many diseases in our area that can cause major health issues for your cat. We vaccinate for a few reasons.

 

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Welcome to Mayfield Veterinary Clinic in St. Stephen

Welcome to Mayfield Veterinary Clinic, where your pets and other animal companions will receive the best care and attention available. In business since 1987, we have served the people of New Brunswick and Maine with pride and dedication.

With 3 doctors on staff and a dedicated and caring staff of assistants and volunteers, you can be assured that your little furry friends will be treated with professionalism, gentleness and a whole lot of love.

We look after your domestic pets along with a history of working with the local farming community on maintaining the health of their working animals – both small and large – as well as livestock. Visit us today, and learn how you can give your beloved animals years of health and happiness.

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Paw-liday Gift Ideas for Your Dog Without Breaking the Bank

Most homemade pet treats are pretty easy to make (some don’t even require baking), and you probably already have the ingredients. Whip up some treats, put them in a festive tin and you’re good to go. Just be careful to read ingredient labels first. For example, some peanut butter manufacturers have recently added xylitol, which is toxic to pets.

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Cats with Claws

Every part of an animal’s body has a purpose, and when it comes to our feline friends, their claws are no exception. They use them as a way of experiencing the world around them; to hunt, to learn about their environment, and to protect themselves in times of stress or danger.

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