Resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you think that your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance, call (888) 426-4435. A consultation fee may be applied to your credit card.
Healthypet.com is a great resource for pet owners. Among its valuable information, this web site provides an excellent Pet Care Library and answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
Healthypet.com is a service of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).
Your Online Source for Information about Pet Health, Behavior and Care. Pet Health Network is dedicated to the health and well-being of your dogs and cats.
Training can be a great way to enhance your relationship with your dog. It can also help dogs get along more successfully with their family, other people and other dogs. There are many ways to train a pet, but whatever method you use should be both humane and effective. Newer methods that emphasize positive reinforcement have made training less stressful, more efficient, and more fun.
Click on the link above or our logo to the left to open a printable list of resources.
Indoor Pet Initiative – A web site to help you enrich the life of your dog or cat.
Enter your pets microchip number to access the microchip’s manufacturer name and contact number in order to call and verify that your contact information is current.
The Cornell Feline Health Center is a veterinary medical specialty center devoted to improving the health and well-being of cats everywhere. A great resource for cat owners.
The American Association of Feline Practitioners improves the health and welfare of cats by supporting high standards of practice, continuing education, and scientific investigation. Many sources of information about cats are available online. Finding high-quality, reliable information can be tricky, though. Cat Health Topics are short guides created by members of the American Association of Feline Practitioners to assist your search for online resources.
The PennHIP mission is to develop and apply evidence-based technology to direct appropriate breeding strategies aimed at reducing in frequency and severity the osteoarthritis of canine hip dysplasia. PennHIP incorporates a new method for evaluating the integrity of the canine hip. It is accurate in puppies as young as 16 weeks of age PennHIP also is a worldwide network of qualified veterinarians working together in an effort to better understand the cause, prediction, prevention and genetic basis of canine hip dysplasia.
Dundee Animal Hospital is proud to say Dr. Mark Rusley at the Algonquin location is a certified PennHIP veterinarian.
This is the Application for Hip/Elbow Dysplasia Database, from Orthopedic Foundation for Animals.
Through a diverse mix of high-quality programs and services, AAHA assists veterinary practices in providing the very best in companion animal care. AAHA is the only organization that accredits animal hospitals throughout the U.S. & Canada.
AAHA-accredited hospitals adhere to the highest-quality standards available, which helps ensure the best care for your pet.
Dundee Animal Hospital is proud to be your AAHA-accredited hospital.
The AVMA is a great reference for information about animal health.
“The Global Leader in Pet Nutrition”
Dundee Animal Hospital proudly carries prescription pet diets from Hill’s Pet Nutrition.
The Hill’s Pet Nutrition web site also features valuable information for the pet owner.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition website contains tools to optimize your pet’s weight with the right nutrition and transform the special bond you both share. Is your pet overweight? Pledge today to make your pet healthier & happier.
A world-leading animal health company. Merial manufactures Heartgard and Frontline medications.
Zoetis, formerly known as Pfizer Animal Health is widely considered the worldwide leader in animal health research.
Zoetis is proud to have discovered and developed some of the leading vaccines and prescription medicines that can make pets live longer and healthier lives.
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Pet Travel Information
The Gerald P. Murphy Cancer Foundation is dedicated to helping people live longer and better lives through basic, comparative, and clinical research.
Visit their website to learn more about the foundation, their research, or to make a donation.
The College of Veterinary Medicine provides a great deal of helpful information for pet owners.
The Companion Animal Memorial Fund is a great cause if you’re looking for an opportunity to make a donation. The monies provided to the University are used for educational funding for students and doctors.
Since July 2006, Sherman Hospital started a volunteer project that has incorporated the use of certified therapy dogs to brighten the day of patients in adult and pediatric medicine, telemetry, and orthopedics and neurology. In support of this Sherman Hospital project Dundee Animal Hospital provides the required veterinary services for the therapy dog team, at no cost to the project, or to the therapy dog owner.
Visit their web site to learn more about Sherman Hospital and their Pet Therapy Project.