Helpful Links to Trusted Pet Health Resources

Looking for more information about hyperthyroidism in cats, your pet’s nutrition, or even what substances are poisonous to pets? These helpful links connect you to trusted pet health resources online to ensure you’re getting accurate, veterinarian-approved information. And if you have questions about anything you read, don’t hesitate to reach out to us and we’ll be happy to help!

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Pet Health Resources

General Health

Veterinary Partner – Veterinary Partner is a comprehensive library with topics on just about every pet health topic you can think of.

Cornell Feline Health Center – Looking for cat-specific research and information? The Cornell Feline Health Center has you covered.

American Association of Feline Practitioners’ Cat Friendly Homes – Interested in learning more about Cat Friendly Practices and how you can reduce your cat’s stress at home? Check out the AAFP’s website.

Back to Play – Patients receiving Librela will often feel better!  It's important that your dog slowly increase activity level and build back muscle mass.  For videos of exercises, see Read more about Librela's 3 Phase Back to Play Fitness Plan.

Pet Poison Control

ASPCA Animal Poison Control – Check out the ASCPA’s resource on pet poisons to learn more about toxic substances for your pet. If you think your pet has ingested a toxin, call (888) 426-2235 for expert advice from ASPCA (a consultation fee may apply).

Pet Adoption

Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter – If you’re looking to adopt a pet or get involved with volunteering for an animal shelter, consider FAAS. Our very own Dr. Michael Miller has served on the board of this worthy organization for years.