Helpful Links

The staff at the Animal Hospital is here to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have about your pets needs. We have provided the following informational website links associated to veterinary medicine and pet health care.
Dog Related Links
  • The American Kennel Club’s list of dog breeds from A to Z. www.akc.org
  • New puppy information. A guide to help you with everyday issues and concerns at home and guidelines for what to expect at your next veterinarian visit. www.canismajor.com
  • The Senior Dogs Project is devoted to looking out for older dog’s medical issues and needs. www.srdogs.com
Cat Related Links
  • The Cat Fancier’s Association has information on cat breeds, cat care, cat shows, and much more. www.cfainc.org
  • The Feline Health Center at Cornell University contains information on medical topics relating to cat health care. Great informational and u2018how to’ videos can also be found here. www.vet.cornell.edu/fhc
General Pet Health
  • Home Again pet recovery. Information on microchipping your pet, reporting lost or found animals. www.homeagain.com
  • The National Poison Control Center can be used for any animal poison-related emergency. www.napcc.aspca.org
  • Choosing the right companion for your lifestyle can make for a long and fulfilling relationship between you and your pet. This quick questionnaire may help in the decision-making process. www.purina.com
  • A variety of behavior problems and issues can surface themselves when owning a pet. A variety of problems such as feline house soiling, barking dogs, or aggression just to name a few can be researched here. www.greatpets.com
  • Companion Animal Parasite Control (CAPC) is a non-profit organization of veterinarians and parasitologists dedicated to protecting your family and pets from parasites and zoonotic disease. www.petsandparasites.org
  • The Indoor Pet Initiative from Ohio State University Veterinary School provides information on enriching the lives of indoor cats and dogs. www.indoorpet.osu.edu
  • The Veterinary Information Network (VIN) is one of the largest veterinary communities on the web. Pet owners can utilize this valuable, reliable information on a variety of topics and specific diseases. www.veterinarypartners.com
Pet Loss
  • The Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement. Losing a pet can be a difficult experience. In this website, you can find inspirational stories, grief counseling resources, a hotline phone number, and many other resources. www.aplb.org
  • Rainbow Bridge is a support website when you have lost a beloved pet. www.rainbowbridge.com
  • American Veterinary Medical Association. This is a great site to learn about a variety of topics and the latest subjects in veterinary medicine. www.avma.org
  • American Association of Feline Practitioners. The AAFP is an association that veterinarians can join and the website keeps you up to date on the latest information regarding cat topics and health issues and treatments. www.catvets.com
  • American Animal Hospital Association. This is the standard of excellence for veterinarian hospitals worldwide. This website will show you the standards each veterinary hospital needs to achieve to be part of this association. www.aahanet.org
  • The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). The ASPCA promotes humane principles, prevents cruelty, and helps to alleviate fear, pain, and suffering in animals. www.aspca.org
  • The Humane Society of the United States. The nation’s largest animal protection organization targeting inhumane treatment of animals. www.humanesociety.org
Pet Nutrition
  • Hills Pet Nutrition. The global leader in pet nutrition. Information can be obtained for all Hill’s pet foods, including prescription diets. www.hillspet.com
  • Royal Canin. Premium dog and cat food, where the animals’ nutritional needs come first. Get information about all Royal Canin formulas, including prescription diets. www.royalcanin.com/us
  • Wellness. Provides your pet a healthy, happy, long life through the power of natural nutrition. High-quality dog and cat food for any stage in life. www.wellnesspetfood.com
  • Purina Veterinary Diets. Specialized nutrition to help manage a health condition. All the specialized formulas for your dog or cat can be researched here. www.purinaveterinarydiets.com
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