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The Thompson Veterinary Clinic is a full service animal clinic whose mission is to provide the highest standard of veterinary care for our patients, both small and large. Our dedicated staff strives to provide compassionate, professional, and progressive veterinary services for your dogs, cats, horses, and livestock at our main office in Manistique, our large animal ambulatory service, and at our satellite office located in Munising.
The veterinarians and staff at the Thompson Veterinary Clinic are committed to providing for the health care needs of your small and large animal companions in the Central Upper Peninsula area. Medical, surgical, and dental services, as well as, animal chiropractic and animal acupuncture are available. For the unexpected problems, after hours and emergency care are available(24/7).
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Equine Herpes Virus Information
As of April 8, 2015, the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development(MDARD) has confirmed 4 cases of Equine Herpes Virus -1 (EHV-1). The following link can be used for current and accurate information regarding this situation.
Canine Influenza H3N2:
When infectious diseases make the news it is generally followed by uncertainty and questions about how these diseases will affect us and our pets. The recent outbreak of Canine Influenza Virus(CIV) that has occurred in the Chicago area is no exception. The best way to address these concerns is to educate ourselves about the disease so we can make appropriate decisions about risk of exposure and prevention. A Canine Influenza primer can be found by clicking here. Additional information regarding what we currently know about this outbreak can be found using the below links. Please call our office if you have questions.