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Our name has Changed from Windsor Veterinary & Dental Services to Windsor Pet Dental, PLC as of April 2019-

In April 19, 2019. our general practice was sold to Dr. Susan Kissel and the name of the new practice: Mt. Ascutney Veterinary Services. Our dental practice, now owned by Dr. Sandy Waugh is operating at the same location as Mt. Ascutney Veterinary Services. Both practices share the same phone number 802-674-2070. If you're interested in speaking with us about veterinary dentistry for your pet, please ask to speak with our dental team. You can also E-mail us at: wvds@vetsinwindsor.com

Dr. Mike has served the Windsor Community for over 35 years. Enclosed is a letter he wrote:

To my clients, colleagues and friends,

I want to thank you for all your years of support and comradeship while I had the pleasure of providing medical care for your pets. I will be retiring from private practice on April 19th and will no longer be seeing patients. Dr. Susan Kissel is buying my part of the practice and will be providing excellent medical and surgical care for your pets. The new name her practice will be Mount Ascutney Veterinary Services while my wife, Dr. Sandra Waugh, will continue her dental practice as Windsor Pet Dental. The phone number for both practices will remain the same at 802-674-2070.

I look forward to seeing you again at the clinic as I will be helping Dr. Susan when asked or working with Dr. Sandy in her dental practice. Thank you once again for giving me such a memorable career, it has truly been delightful.

-Dr. Mike


We are still welcoming referrals for our dental practice.


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


We are now on FACEBOOK click the icon to keep up to date with our dental clinic 

We now have our own dentistry educational videos on YouTube. (Click the Icon for the link)


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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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Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Dental consults only by appointment

Sunday:

Closed

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