Helpful Links on Various Pet Health Topics

The Internet is a treasure trove of information, but a lot of the information may not be accurate. To save you time, we’ve gathered some trustworthy sources for you to use to learn about all kinds of topics related to pet health and veterinary medicine. If you have any ideas you’d like to suggest or have some links you’d like to share with us and other pet parents, let us know!

Trusted Sources

National Animal Poison Control Center

National Animal Poison Control Center
This website offers extensive information about common poisons and toxins and how they can affect our pets. Browse their information-rich library, links to other helpful websites, and consider keeping their phone number handy just in case you need immediate advice.

USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
Get the latest information about animal diseases, pet travel rules and regulations, and much more.

Choosing a New Puppy

Choosing a New Puppy
Keep this starter guide handy if you’ve recently introduced a new puppy into your home. It could alleviate a lot of headaches, and perhaps give you some extra confidence in raising this new addition to your family.

The Heartworm Society

The Heartworm Society
This website is dedicated to all things heartworm. Learn about how heartworm disease is transmitted, how it affects dogs and cats differently, and more. This is a valuable resource that every pet parent should keep on hand.

Great Dogs

Great Dogs
Brian Kilcommons and Sharon Wilson are animal behavior and training experts. Their website offers videos and tips on house training, handling aggression, preventing accidents in the house, and more.

Rainbow Bridge

Rainbow Bridge
If you’ve lost a pet or know someone who has, this website can offer comfort, grief support, and a way for you or a loved one to memorialize their beloved pet.

CareCredit

CareCredit
For pet parents who are in a difficult financial situation, we recommend learning about CareCredit and how it can help you manage exorbitant medical costs for your pet. It may be the solution you need.