Helpful Links & Resources For Clients

The amount of information you receive during your pet’s appointment can seem overwhelming. We just want to make sure we’re helping you out to the best of our ability! Fortunately, there are plenty of reputable sources out there that can answer some of your questions when we’re not immediately available. Use the helpful links provided below for important pet health and safety information. You never know when you might need it!

ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center

Toxic foods, substances, and plants are all around you. How do you know what’s safe and what isn’t? In addition to their hotline that operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, the APCC also offers a guide of poisonous plants, toxic foods, dangerous household products and much more. You can also see the latest news about pet safety.

The American Animal Hospital Association's (AAHA) website dedicated to pet owners. Access dental care guidelines, general information about common pet behaviors, and a whole lot more.

Pet Health Network

A major resource the covers various topics relating to cat and dog health, diseases that may be endemic to your area, general facts, and blog posts.

Indoor Pet Initiative

Offers tips regarding your pet's basic needs, how to address problematic behaviors, training methods and ways you can enrich your pet's environment. Be the best caregiver you can be for your four-legged family member.

Pet Microchip Lookup

This internet-based tool can help you identify the registries or manufacturer of a microchip. The application searches through various company databases, identifying which registries you should contact after a lost pet's chip has been scanned.

United States Department of Agriculture

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) offers guidelines for preparing your pet for travel both inside and outside of the country. This includes information about health certificates, proper traveling and transport practices, and any additional steps you need to take to ensure a safe trip for yourself and your pet.

Trupanion Pet Insurance

Trupanion is our preferred pet medical insurance provider. At your next wellness appointment, we are happy to offer you a Trupanion certificate, offering you 30 days of coverage at no cost to you. (There is a $250 deductible for each eligible condition that occurs during the 30 day certificate period.) This gives you an opportunity to be covered if something should happen, while also doing your own research to ensure what is right for you. We encourage you to do your research on what medical insurance would be the best fit for your pet and lifestyle. To learn more about Trupanion and the details of their coverage, visit

Care Credit

CareCredit knows pets are family too. That's why they offer veterinary and pet financing to help keep your most cherished family members in top shape. From routine appointments to emergency situations or surgeries, the CareCredit card gives pet owners the peace of mind needed to care for pets big and small. The CareCredit credit card gives you the flexibility to use your card again and again for your pet's procedures. Applying is easy! Click here for more information about CareCredit.

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Resources for Area County Residents

Every county is different! Consult with your local animal control to make sure you're complying with local laws and ordinances.

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