The websites listed below are excellent resources for veterinary as well as general topics for your pets.
Companion Animal Parasite Council offers valuable information for pet owners on zoonotic diseases (diseases that can be passed between animals and people) as well as information on various other parasites. Please click herefor more information.
The ASPCA offers a poison control hotline. You can visit their site for more information by clicking here.
Dogs and Ticks provides in depth information about tick-borne diseases, the signs and symptoms related to them, and an interactive map that shows prevalence. To visit the site please click here.
Pet Health Network is an extensive resource for pet owners. It allows you to search for any topic you wish to learn more about, such as behavior, chronic diseases and tips for pet owners. You can visit their site by clicking here.
Cornell University offers recent research, diagnostic testing, and resources on a wide variety of animals, including cats and dogs. Feel free to visit their site for updates on infectious diseases by clicking here.
AAHA provides owners with many resources, including microchip look up, Pet Health Library, and information on general health and safety. You can visit their website by clicking here.
Own a cat? The American Association of Feline Practitioners offers cat owners information on a wide array of topics, including general health, dentistry, welcoming a new feline into the family, and countless others. Please click here to visit their site.
The Catnip is a newsletter for cat owners, published by Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. This is a great resource for anything cat health and behavior related. Please click here to visit their site.