• Meet Coco

    Posted 02.09.15 in Blog, News | Comments (0)

    This is Coco.  Coco is a Chocolate Lab puppy who was born with a deformity of his front paw.  The breeder was unable to sell him and was considering euthanasia until a family heard of his situation.  They immediately fell in love and adopted him.  He is doing great in Puppy Kindergarten here at Neffsville Veterinary Clinic!!!  We wish Coco and his family many wonderful years together.


  • Staff Holiday Lunch

    Posted 12.17.14 in Blog, News | Comments (0)

    The Neffsville Veterinary Clinic staff and doctors had a fantastic time at our holiday lunch.

    Our first activity was…LUNCH! Everyone brought a pot luck dish to share. Some of the most popular dishes were DuAnn’s Taco Salad and Jodi’s Chicken/Bacon Wraps.

    Next, we played our SECRET SANTA game. Secret Santa is an NVC tradition. Most of the staff were able to guess who their secret santa was within the first few guesses, and then there was Dr. Hockenberry, Courtney, and Sherri who had a bit of trouble.

    Rather than purchase holiday gifts for our doctors, the NVC staff decided to make a monetary donation to TADSAW (Train a Dog Save a Warrior).

    The Mission of TADSAW (Train a Dog Save a Warrior) is to provide for the training of a Medical Alert Service dog for any wounded warrior, active duty or veteran, surviving with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Military Sexual Trauma, (MST), and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), in order to restore and improve the warrior’s quality of life with a canine ‘Battle Buddy’, at no charge to the warrior.

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  • Lisa Vet Tech WeekThis week is National Veterinary Technicians Week.  We appreciate the hard work of each of our Veterinary Technicians and Inpatient Nurses here at Neffsville Veterinary Clinic.  The nurses and technicians work very hard to make sure our patients live a long, happy, and healthy life.

    We asked Lisa Dumansky (Inpatient Nursing Coordinator and Certified Veterinary Technician) a few questions about her career choice.

    What made you decide to become a Veterinary Technician?  

    Growing up I always knew I wanted to work with animals.  Initially I went to school to become a veterinarian, but decided I wasn’t committed to going to 4 years of vet school.  After receiving my Bachelor’s degree and working for a couple years, I decided to go back to school to earn my Veterinary Technician Certification.

    What school did you go to?  

    Lone Star College in Tomball, Texas

    How long did you go to school?

    4 years for my bachelor’s degree and 2 years for my Associate’s Degree to become a Certified Veterinary Technician 

    What are some duties of your position?

    Taking radio-graphs, performing blood draws, placing IV catheters, administering medications, administering and monitoring anesthesia, assisting in surgery, educating pet owners.

    What is the hardest part of your position?

    It is never easy to see someone’s pet in pain.  The job can also be very physically demanding.

    What is the most rewarding part of being a Veterinary Technician?  

    Helping pet owners to give the best care possible to their pets.


  • 006We had a great time last night at our Fall Dentistry Seminar. Thanks to all the clients that came out! This complimentary seminar given by Dr. James Doman is very informative. Clients that attended the seminar went home with a goodie bag including a complimentary bag of feline or canine Prescription Dental Diet t/d food as well as a 10% off voucher for their pets upcoming dental procedure. Dental health is very important to our pets overall health, please consider attending a future Dentistry Seminar.







  • Bark For Life

    Posted 09.29.14 in Blog, News | Comments (0)

    Bark PhotosSeveral of our staff members and doctors participated in The American Cancer Society’s Bark For Life event that was held this past Saturday at the Manheim Township Park.

    The Neffsville Veterinary Clinic team raised over $1,500.00 with a combination of staff/doctor donations and Kid’s Day Proceeds.

    Planning for the 2015 Bark For Life event is underway!! We encourage our clients to come out and join this fantastic human-canine event next year.

    We are very proud to support such a great cause!

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    On Saturday, September 13 we held our 2nd Neffsville Veterinary Clinic Kid’s Day Event. We had 37 children attend this event. The kid’s (ages 7-12 years old) participated in Games, Crafts, Pet CPR, Microchip Demonstrations, Teddy Bear Surgery, Tours of the Clinic, Doctor Examination Demonstration, and much more.

    Proceeds from our Kid’s Day Event are being donated to the American Cancer Society’s Bark For Life Event.

    The Bark For Life event is being held on Saturday, September 27th from 9am to 12 noon at the Manheim Township Park.


    Please read the following information from the Bark For Life website:

    “No matter who you are, there’s a place for you at Bark For Life. Each dollar you raise will help save lives.

    Your reasons for walking in the Bark For Life are as unique and special as the story that motivates you. This is your opportunity to not only honor cancer survivors and remember people we have lost, but also to raise funds and awareness to help save lives. Because of your support, we are creating a world where cancer can’t claim another year of anyone’s life. You are helping create a world with less cancer and more birthdays!”

    Event Schedule

    Ceremony Saturday, September 27, 2014 10:00 AM
    Moment of Silence Saturday, September 27, 2014 10:15 AM
    Survivor/Caregiver Lap Saturday, September 27, 2014 10:30 AM
    Closing Ceremony Saturday, September 27, 2014 11:30 AM
    Entertainment & Activities Schedule 11:00 AM Judging of the pets. Small, Large, Best dressed.


  • New Staff Members

    Posted 07.30.14 in Blog, News | Comments (0)


    We welcome Patty, Wayne, and Lucas to the Neffsville Veterinary Clinic Team.  Please check our website for more information about them.

  • 12-NeffsvilleVet-064Benefits of Purchasing Prescriptions from Neffsville Veterinary Clinic

    We stock many medications to treat your pet in case of illness as well as preventative medications to keep your pet healthy. When you purchase medications from our pharmacy, you can rest assured that your pet’s medications were gotten from a safe, trustworthy source and stored under ideal conditions.

    • Our prices are competitive with online pharmacies and the “big box stores”.
    • Purchasing your pet’s prescriptions at Neffsville Veterinary Clinic is convenient and ensures that you are getting a quality product.
    • We know your pet’s medical needs better than an online pharmacy or human pharmacy. We have the knowledge and expertise to know which medication is best for your pet, the correct time to give it, and the appropriate dose.
    • Our skilled staff will fill your prescriptions with care as well as attention to detail and your pet’s specific needs.
    • We maintain a large inventory of veterinary pharmaceutical products and medications so you can take your pet’s medications with you after the exam and instantly begin treating.
    • We will provide you with accurate information about your pet’s medications, including proper dosing information, and to alert you to any potential drug side effects or interactions.
    • We are here if you encounter any problems with your medications. Call and speak to a staff member with any concerns you have.
    • Not all products are created equal. Some less-expensive products available at “big box stores” can end-up costing you more in the long-run by not being effective or causing a life-threatening reaction.
    • We purchase medications from trustworthy sources that do not sell medications from other countries that may not have as strict drug regulations or guidelines as the FDA or EPA.
    • All manufacturer guarantees are in full effect with any product purchased from our clinic, something other pharmacies cannot offer.
    • We offer promotional deals and rebates that are not available through online pharmacies or “big box stores”.
    • Supporting a local business is great for the local economy!



    July 15 is National Pet Fire Safety Day. An estimated 500,000 pets are affected by fires each year and more than 1000 of these fires are started by a family pet.


    The following suggestions will hopefully help keep your pets safe:


    • Secure wires and cords so your pets do not chew or play with them.
    • Do not leave candles unattended, try flameless candles.
    • Have at least 1 smoke detector on each floor of your home and change batteries regularly.
    • Baby-Proof your house (use baby gates and crates to keep young / mischievous pets out of danger when you are away).
    • Use Pet Rescue Stickers
    • Check if your local fire department have pet-size oxygen masks. If they do not, organize a fund-raiser event to raise money to purchase them.
    • Extinguish open flames such as candles, fire places, and appliances.
    • Use protective stove covers
    • Make an evacuation plan including your pets (be sure to use leashes and pet carriers to safely evacuate your pets during a fire)
    • Prepare an emergency kit for your pet (food, veterinary records, medications, photo/description)
    • If you cannot find your pet during a fire leave a door open and call your pet from outside.
    • MICROCHIP your pet! During the chaos of house fires, pets sometimes escape and run away.


    Sources: ASPCA, American Red Cross, VPI, ADT Security Services, American Kennel Club