Pet insurance is a great option to make caring for your pet affordable, and ensure that they receive the care they need, when they need it. With most pet insurance plans, you pay the veterinarian upfront and are reimbursed by your insurance provider after filing a claim. To compare pet insurance provider options, visit Pawlicy Advisor.
Here are some reputable resources and web sites that we recommend as valuable sources of information:
The AVMA Task Force on Canine Aggression and Human-Canine Interactions is available to help pet owners, schools, as well as local and state leaders develop effective dog bite prevention programs.
An excellent Bartonella informational brochure for cat owners from National Veterinary Laboratory on feline and human disease caused by Bartonella infections.
Canine Epilepsy Network is an useful resource for all who are concerned about canine seizures.
Companion Animal Parasite Council is a great source of informative and practical information on external and internal parasite threats to your pet.
Emergency Care topics and tips from the AVMA
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Money Tips for Caring Pet Owners from the AVMA for advice on preparing for and managing the potential costs of veterinary care.
Visit LymeInfo.com for great information on canine Lyme disease, risk factors, and the importance of tick control and vaccination as tools in helping prevent this disease so endemic to our region.
General Pet Care Tips from the AVMA
Pet Food & Product Recalls/Alerts from the AVMA
Pet Poison Helpline (1-800-213-6680) for information regarding pet poisons & toxicity counseling.
YourDogsHeart.com for education and information on canine heart diseases.