Listed below you will find links to a number of websites that we think may be beneficial to you and your pet. They have all been reviewed by our staff and we feel that the information these sites provide is both accurate and useful to you as a pet owner. We hope you'll make time to visit some of these as they are our favorites. And some of them are just for FUN!
If you're looking for a great organization to support, you should really check out Storybook Farm. We don't know of place that is using our special bond with animals in a better way. Storybook Farm provides hope to some very special kids. We hope you'll click on the link above to find out more.
This is a website that is provided by VIN, the Veterinary Information Network. VIN is an international online veterinary community and the information on Veterinary Partner is excellent. You can find information here on nearly any problem experienced by your dog or cat.
While we hope that you never experience the anguish of having a lost pet, we also know that it does happen frequently, and the time to prepare is now. HomeAgain offers a great service that you can count on to be there when you need it most. Ask us about getting your pet microchipped today. It's quick and easy, and the time to do it is now.
Want the freedom of outdoor play without having to put up a fence? Want to leave your dog out in the yard and know he'll stay there? Dog Watch can give you that. It's a great underground/invisible fence system. Dr. Brawner has used it with multiple dogs over the past 10 years and loves it!
PetVet Animal Health Center has been and will continue to be supportive of art and education in our community. The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Arts is a wonderful part of this community and we are proud to support them. If you haven't visited JCSM you should make a point to do so. And one more hint - their café offers one of the best lunches in town.
We like Pete. He's one cool cat. Don't know Pete? Check out his website.
A Parent's Resource for Raising Happy Kids with Healthy Pets. This site is sponsored and run by Novartis Animal Health. There is a lot of good information here. Take a look, we bet you'll learn something new today.
A very good educational website about heartworm disease in cats. If you have a cat, and don't have him or her on a heartworm preventive, please take a look at this website. It may very well make you rethink that decision.
This is the website for the Companion Animal Parasite Council. There is a ton of good information here regarding parasites that may infect your pets and to which your family may be exposed.
Want to learn more about heartworms and their effects on your pets (yes, this includes you, cat owners!)? Check out the website of the American Heartworm Society!