Useful Links and Resources
|ASPCA Poison control information
Get the most up-to-date pet care information from ASPCA experts in behavior, nutrition, poison control, veterinary medicine and the human-animal bond.
|Veterinary Oral Health Council
The Veterinary Oral Health Council awards its Seal of Acceptance to oral health products that meet pre-set standards for retarding accumulation of dental plaque and disease
|American Veterinary Dental College
AVDC is the clinical specialist organization for veterinary dentists. Includes position statements, information for veterinarians and pet owners, and a list of certified veterinarians in your area
|American Heartworm Society
Working to lead the veterinary profession and public in the understanding of heartworm disease.
|Companion Animal Parasite Council
Working to foster animal and human health, while preserving the human-animal bond, through recommendations for the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control of parasitic infections.
|Cat watch newsletter
CatWatch is an extraordinary newsletter from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, is devoted to cats and those of us caring for them.
|Cornell Feline Health Center
Information for cat owners and veterinarians, including fact sheets covering several conditions and syndromes.
Original online guide for treatment of diabetes in cats. Cat diabetes discussion board, diet information, and diabetic cat treatment info.
|Dog watch newsletter
DogWatch, the extraordinary newsletter from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, the newsletter for dog people.
|Whole dog journal
Nutrition, training and grooming advice for a healthy dog. Whole Dog Journal reviews dog food, dog toys, and dog health and care products as teaching positive canine behaviors
|Dog breed information
Dog Breed Information, Purebreds, Hybrids, Mixed Breeds, Dog Care, Dog Training, Pictures, Breeders, Rescues, Find the Right Type of Dog or Other Pet.
|Association of avian veterinarians
Advancing and promoting avian medicine and stewardship.
|Harrison Bird Diets
Because the single most important thing you can do for your bird is to feed it right. Harrison's Bird Foods is a family of certified organic, formulated diets that have been with your bird in mind.
SMALL MAMMALS, REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS
|American Ferret Association
Working to promote, protect and provide constant and up-to-date information for your pet ferret.
|House Rabbit Society
House Rabbit Society is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that rescues abandoned rabbits and educates the public on rabbit care.
|Oxbow animal health
Specializing in rabbit, cavy nutritional needs. Includes a library of informational articles.
|Association of Sugar Glider Veterinarians
Dedicated to the advancement and promotion of sugar glider medicine and stewardship through educating and supporting the veterinary community and those they serve.
|Association of Reptilian & Amphibian Veterinarians
Promoting the conservation and humane treatment of all reptilian and amphibian species through education, captive breeding, and habitat preservation.
|Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians
Advancing the veterinary care of ferrets, guinea pigs, rabbits, hamsters, rats, mice, chinchillas, hedgehogs, and other exotic companion mammals.
PET LOSS & BEREAVEMENT
|Veterinary Wisdom Pet Parents
End-of-life decisions are always hard to face. We hope the wisdom gathered here will comfort and guide you as you plan a loving, meaningful way to say good-bye.
|Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement
The APLB is a nonprofit association of concerned volunteers who are experienced and knowledgeable in the tender subject of pet death.
GENERAL PET SITES
|American Veterinary Medical Association
The AVMA is a not-for-profit association representing more than 85,000 veterinarians working in private and corporate practice, government, industry, academia, and uniformed services. The AVMA acts as a collective voice for its membership and for the profession.
|AAHA Americian Animal Hospital Association
AAHA has established a reputation for its dedication to professional development, hospital accreditation standards, and excellent education programs.
|Healthy Pet.com (AAHA)
Pet care resources from the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) featuring articles, blogs, ask-a-vet, adoptable pets, community events and more.
Several journals of veterinary medicine with contents available on subscription as well as veterinary news, veterinary conferences and veterinary discussion
A CareCredit medical credit card gives you and your family a payment option for healthcare expenses for both your human and animal members
This was our second visit to All Pet Animal Hospital, and I was again impressed with the helpfulness, friendliness and compassion shown by each and every staff member. I did not have an appointment, but they very willingly fit me in to see the doctor. I cannot imagine entrusting any of our pets to any other vet.
I have used All Pet since 2002 and also visited their 616 S Pike Rd RT 356 Sarver PA 16055 location - 724-295-9933 They are the most pet friendly staff I have ever encountered in the last 35 years as a pet owner. Dr. Person and Dr. Bennett are awesome.
Dr. Bennett is WONDERFUL!!! A great animal lover who takes the time to explain what is going on. I am not that tuned into animal health and had to relay information to my wife. Dr. Bennett photocopied a page out of his animal doctor book for her, I was shocked that he took the time to do that. He then actually showed me the skin scrape under a microscope.
Dr. Bennett took his time with my bird and I feel he did a very through exam. I was satisfied with Dr. Bennett’s concern and his explanation.
I felt as welcomed being a new patient as if I was an old friend. Dr. Bennett was extremely knowledgeable regarding my bird and his situation. Thank you so much for helping me & Jacob, he is doing so well!–Christine Palewski & Jacob
Very friendly, neat, clean and extremely reasonable.
I checked around for a vet that was close, had good hours and was reasonably priced. I was also very impressed by the entire staff and the genuine affection they showed to my new puppy!
I chose this hospital because of the recommendation of The National Aviary.
Dr. Bennett came highly recommended by the reptile keepers at the Pittsburgh Zoo. Everyone was great I felt my tortoise had the best care available.
My experience was vey positive, every person I met was warm, caring, and knowledgeable. So happy to have a great vet nearby home!
Dr. Bennett is one of the kindest people both to my cat AND me!
Dr. Person is detailed and thorough…very good first impression!
Dr. Bennett went above and beyond! Although he had to refer us to a specialty care facility for Primo’s surgery, he has become and will remain our new vet! He was kind, caring and honest…first vet out of 4 that I actually feel comfortable taking my “baby” to. I can’t thank you enough!–Jayme and Primo Wilder
I think your staff was one of the nicest staffs I’ve ever met. I thank you guys for taking care of my puppy!
Thank you for taking such good care of me during my “healing time” after surgery. Sometimes I would get scared and bark a lot, but you always found a way to make me feel comfortable in the end. You are all so kind and so nice to me. Thank you!
–Love, Rocky Schaerer
There are no words to convey our gratitude for your kindness and skill. Things looked bleak for our Grufa Girl, but thanks to all of you (and the powers of prayer) we get to have our girl with us for some additional time. Thank you hardly seems adequate!