Flanders Veterinary Clinic
270 US Rt 206 South Suite 301
Flanders, NJ 07836


About Us

Flanders Veterinary Clinic was established in 1994 by owner and practitioner Nicholas L. Minervini, DVM. With its origins as a local house call practice, concentrating primarily in the care of small animals(cats,dogs,ferrets and pocket pets). Flanders Veterinary Clinic initially opened its doors in a store front in the Village Mall on Route 206. From its inception Dr. Minervini's primary focus was to provide his patients with high quality,compassionate veterinary care while educating his clients with the knowledge that would enable them to be the best pet owners possible. Unable to accommodate its growing clientele, Flanders Veterinary Clinic was relocated to 270 Route 206 in Bartley Square in October of 2005. Dr. Minervini continues to practice at this location with his two associates, Dr. Kim A. Slade,DVM and Dr. John C. Lovell III,DVM. Flanders Veterinary Clinic is a state of the art facility providing full medical,dental and surgical services. An in-house laboratory, digital radiology center and the option to have ultrasonography performed on the premises allow doctors to perform diagnostic testing quickly and efficiently. The convenience of an in house pharmacy and fully stocked prescription diets coupled with a pleasant, accommodating and knowledgeable staff makes Flanders Veterinary Clinic the optimal choice for your pet's health care needs. Please contact us today to learn more about Flanders Veterinary Clinic.
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Know the Signs of Poisoning in Dogs and Cats: Signs of poisoning in dogs and cats can range tremendously based on the underlying poison. If you think your dog or cat has been poisoned, call your veterinarian or Pet Poison Helpline at 800-213-6680 immediately for assistance! ( There is a $39 per incident fee) When it comes to poisoning, the sooner you treat your dog or cat, the better the outcome. While this list is not exhaustive or complete, some common signs of poisoning generally include: Gastrointestinal signs: Vomiting Diarrhea Drooling/hypersalivating Inappetance Nausea Internal bleeding: Coughing of blood Vomiting blood Pale gums A racing heart rate Weakness or lethargy Collapse Kidney failure: Halitosis (“uremic” breath) Inappetance Vomiting Diarrhea Excessive thirst or urination Absence or decreased urination Liver failure: Jaundice/icterus/yellow discoloration to the gums Weakness or collapse secondary to a low blood sugar Dull mentation, acting abnormally Vomiting Diarrhea Black-tarry stool (melena)

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HOW TO BRUSH YOUR DOG'S TEETH Dr. William Rosenblad Dentistry Oral Medicine BRUSHING TEETH Dental disease (especially periodontal disease) is the most common disease in our canine companions. It is also one of the most preventable and treatable diseases. Fortunately, we can reduce or even prevent dental disease by feeding a crunchy diet, appropriate chew treats and toys and daily tooth brushing.

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