Winding Hill Veterinary Clinic

1424 South Market St. Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

717-697-4481
In case of an after-hours emergency please contact the following emergency hospital:

Shores Veterinary Emergency Center
835 Sir Thomas Court
Harrisburg, PA 17109
Phone: (717) 798-8500

Rossmoyne Emergency Animal Trauma Center
4930 Ritter Rd
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
Phone: (717) 796-2334

Animal Emergency and Referral Center of York
1640 S Queen St
York, PA 17403
Phone: (717) 767-5355

 

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Over-the-Counter Medications

April 23, 2015

by Dr. Tracy Venier Over-the-counter medications are so commonly used by people for anything from allergy and pain relief to upset stomachs, diarrhea and constipation, but are they safe for our pets? While there are some “safe” OTC medications that can be administered to our dogs and cats, there are also many that can be […]

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Canine Influenza Outbreak

April 22, 2015

The recent outbreak in Chicago by a new strain of Canine Influenza is still under investigation. Cornell University has identified the type of virus strain involved and has found it to be different from the one used in the current Canine Influenza Vaccines (CIV). It is not yet known if these vaccines (CIV) will offer […]

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A Note from Summit Search and Rescue

January 29, 2015

Summit Search and Rescue thanks Community Veterinary Partners and Winding Hill Veterinary Clinic for their continued support. Your financial support along with exemplary veterinary medical care for our K9’s is tremendously appreciated. In 2014 we had over 70 call-outs for our search services. These services are provided at no charge. From toddlers to senior citizens […]

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One Click and You Can Help Animals

December 10, 2014

Help us fill an animal’s food bowl and spread some holiday cheer this season! From December 9th to January 9th, every time we get a like on Facebook we will donate a scoop of food in partnership with Hill’s Pet Nutrition to the Animal House Rescue – an animal rescue in our area. Please help […]

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Thanksgiving Dinner and Your Pet

November 24, 2014

Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away and soon enough you will be sitting down for your big dinner and your pet will place himself next to you and just stare at you—waiting and begging for you to drop just a morsel of turkey on the floor. A poll of petMD readers showed that 56% […]

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Pet Diabetes

November 13, 2014

November is National Pet Diabetes Month. Are your pets at risk? The likelihood of your cat or dog developing diabetes is anywhere between 1 in 100 and 1 in 500 and experts say those numbers are increasing. Diabetes mellitus, the clinical name for “sugar diabetes,” is a disease that affects glucose in your pet’s blood […]

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Pet Halloween Safety Tips

October 29, 2014

Halloween is a holiday that humans and animals can enjoy together. There are many exciting aspects of Halloween but that doesn’t mean there are no risks. See below and read how to have fun while keeping your animal friends safe. CANDY – Don’t feed your pets Halloween candy! Chocolate in all forms, especially dark or […]

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Hot Spots

October 23, 2014

A “hot spot” (also known as pyotraumatic or moist dermatitis) is a skin condition that occurs when an animal constantly bites, licks, or scratches an area of itchy skin. The skin becomes inflamed and infected and often appears as a moist, oozing, reddened area that is painful and very itchy. If there is hair at […]

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Halloween Costume Contest

October 13, 2014

Submit a photo of your pet in a Halloween costume and you could win a $50 gift card!! Halloween is almost here and that means it’s time to get festive. Like our Facebook Page and submit a photo of your pet in his or her best costume through private message on Facebook. We will be […]

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Pet Obesity

October 9, 2014

Did you know that obesity is not just an epidemic in humans but also in pets? According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP), over 57% of dogs and 52% of cats are obese and these numbers are on the rise. Much like humans, obesity in pets can lead to diabetes, heart disease, osteoarthritis, […]

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