The internet is a wealth of information – so much so that sometimes locating quality websites can be challenging. That’s why our staff has taken the time to find a few links to share with you that we think you’ll find helpful:

Veterinary Partner

The Veterinary Partner website provides pet owners with information about general pet health and care, nutrition, behavior, first aid and emergency preparedness, medications and various medical conditions. Whatever you’re looking for, if it’s information that will make your pet happier and healthier, you’ll find it here! Try browsing around in the Pet Connection with nationally syndicated pet expert and author Gina Spadafori. You can even submit your question to be answered by a veterinary professional.

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Home Again Microchips

Do you have a plan in place should your pet become lost? Microchipping is a simple, minimally invasive way to permanently identify your pet so that if he or she ever wanders off and is delivered to a nearby shelter or humane society, you can be reunited again. Learn more about this innovative identification method at the Home Again website.

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ASPCA Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants

This is a comprehensive list that has been assembled by the ASPCA and contains plants that have been reported as having systemic effects on animals and/or intense effects on the gastrointestinal tract. Please note that the information contained in this online plant lists is not meant to be all-inclusive, but rather a compilation of the most frequently encountered plants. If you believe your pet has encountered a toxic plant, you should contact your family vet immediately.

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ASPCA Disaster Preparedness

The best way to protect your pet in the event of an emergency situation is to be prepared ahead of time. The ASPCA’s Disaster Preparedness website contains a wealth of information on what to do in the event of a sudden illness, natural disaster or other type of emergency. Learning how to prepare, respond and recover from such an event can vastly improve the chances of a positive outcome for your animal companion.

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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Toxic Plant Database:

There is a broad spectrum of common plants that, while perfectly harmless to humans, are toxic when consumed by companion animals. To protect your animal family member, this website provides a comprehensive list of all poisonous plants and a brief description of each.

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ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center

This is an excellent online resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The ASPCA’s Animal Poison Control Center provides a helpful quick reference list of common plants that are known to be poisonous to pets. It also provides further information regarding symptoms and the degree of toxicity.

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Morris Animal Foundation

The Morris Animal Foundation is a nonprofit organization that invests in science with the ultimate goal of advancing and improving the health of animals. The Foundation is a global leader in funding scientific studies for companion animals, as well as horses and wildlife. The website contains a wealth of information about the organization as well as a number of valuable resources for animal lovers. You can also learn more about how you can support this worthy cause.

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American Kennel Club

Founded in 1884, the AKC® and its affiliated organizations advocate for the purebred dog as a family companion, support the advancement of canine health and wellbeing and work to protect the rights of all dog owners as well as promote responsible dog ownership. The American Kennel Club website provides a wealth of information and resources for owners, future owners and breeders as well as detailed information about each designated breed.

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Cat Fancier’s Association

The Cat Fancier’s Association is the world’s largest registry of pedigreed cats, recognizing 42 pedigreed breeds ranging from the ever-popular Persian and Siamese to the rare Chinese Li Hua. The Cat Fancier’s website contains detailed information about each breed, educational resources for cat care needs and schedules for upcoming events. There’s even a kid’s section that contains fun and informative content designed especially for the little ones.

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Cardiac Education Group

The Cardiac Education Group is a group of board-certified veterinary cardiologists from both academia and private practice that offers independent recommendations for the evaluation and treatment of canine and feline heart disease. The group is committed to providing resources and information on the diagnosis, treatment and management of heart disease and heart failure in dogs and cats in order to promote early detection and diagnosis with greater accuracy and confidence. Click the link to learn more.

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The VetOvation team provides laparoscopic and endoscopic equipment along with training to veterinarians interested in adopting this technology. Their goal is to help practices adopt technology that can improve patient outcomes and attract new referrals. This equipment is not always about smaller incisions, but safer surgery with better visualization and better outcomes. VetOvation is the company that provides Triangle Veterinary Hospital with all laparoscopic needs. In fact, the website even features a picture of Dr. Miller performing a laparoscopic procedure. Click the link to learn more.

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