Committed to providing the best care for your best friends

Welcome to Kedron Valley Veterinary Clinic, a full-service veterinary clinic conveniently located in Woodstock, VT. We have been providing pets with quality and compassionate care since 1978.

The veterinarians and staff of KVVC are dedicated to providing the highest quality health-care for your animal companions. Though we have grown, from a small, country animal clinic, to a larger, more modern facility, we take pride in maintaining the friendly, personal atmosphere established by Dr. Lynn Murrell.

We understand that your pet is an important member of your family and we value the long-term relationships we develop with our clients. Please explore our site and find out all that we have to offer. Then give us a call or stop by to set up a tour or appointment!

The doctors and staff of Kedron Valley Veterinary Clinic look forward to working with you to keep your companion happy and healthy now, and for years to come.

 

Pet Health Calendar for July 2017:

July 4 is Independence Day: Join together and celebrate freedom!  Remember that freedom also applies to your pets and keeping them free of fear.  All of our celebrating can be loud and scary for our pets:  Guests and loud voices, Fireworks!  Kaboom!  Follow the links to find information on lowering your pets’ holiday stress by supporting their environmental needs.  In extreme cases medications can help.  Call on us for help.  

ASPCA 4th of July Safety Tips

AVMA July 4th Safety

July Fourth Fireworks: Awesome for Humans, Terrifying for Pets

July 14 is Shark Awareness Day:  Sharks are so much more than the flesh-hungry monsters Hollywood have made them out to be. They are critical to keeping ocean systems healthy.  Without sharks, entire ecosystems can collapse, changing the structure of ocean food webs and threatening our food supply, future security, and the resilience of the entire system to adapt to human changes.

Find out more about these amazing creatures at Ocean Futures Society and the Cousteau Society.

July 15 is Pet Fire Safety Day: In case of a fire emergency you need to have a safety plan in place for the whole family, fur kids included.  Also, what precautions do you take to ensure that your pet doesn’t cause a fire?

Read these articles from The Bark and The Center for Pet Safety on what you can do to up your family safety game.

July 31 is National Mutt Day: Ah! The majestic mixed breed!  The mega-mutt!  How do we love thee?  Have a smile today and read todays Mutts comic strip!

 

 

Additional Resources:

Keeping Children Interested: Tips for Engaging Kids in Pet Care

ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center

 

 

 

 

 

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