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Hi, my name is Bosco! I am owned by Drs Mike and Sandy, and am the spokesdog for the practice. We are a full service small animal hospital. In addition to Dr. Sandy's special interest in small animal dentistry, Dr. Mike and Dr. Sandy provide a full range of services in general medicine and surgery, take x-rays, run blood work, and provide prescription diets for nutritional problems. We help out pets and their owners in all kinds of ways. Please call us and see if we can't help you with your pets' health.

That being said, we do believe that the health of the mouth of cats and dogs has been sadly neglected in the past, and we would like to rectify that. How can a pet be truly healthy if the teeth and gums are diseased? I like having a clean mouth, and am sure glad that my owners pay attention to my teeth. Dr Sandy has performed root canal procedures on three of my teeth, so that (despite my clumsiness), I didn't have to lose them.


April 2016: Dr Waugh was recently interviewed by the Bruce & Hobbs Radio Show! Bruce & Hobbs is a local, national and international radio broadcast! Check out the interview on the link below to learn more about the health of your pet's teeth


https://soundcloud.com/bruce-hobbes/bruce-hobbes-podcast-sandra-l-waugh-windsor-veterinary-dental-services


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Dr. Mike McIntire, Dr. Sandra Waugh
Windsor Veterinarian | Windsor Veterinary & Dental Services | 802-674-2070

2326 US Route 5 North
Windsor, VT 05089

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