The online veterinary article database from Veterinary Partner is a great resource for information about pet health. Veterinary Partner makes it easy to find articles from veterinary experts about wellness care, behavior, weight management, and more.
Access the Veterinary Partner database to find the subject you are looking for. Simply enter a word or words in the search box that describes the subject you want more information about. For example, you can search for topics such as vaccinations, aggression, nutrition, etc. If you want to browse the entire database, select a topic and/or species to find the pertinent articles.
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American Heartworm Society
The American Heartworm Society is the leading source of information on heartworm disease. The AHS covers the basics of the disease, including diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
Companion Animal Parasite Control
CAPC keeps you up to date with the latest information on how to protect your pets from fleas, ticks, and parasites. In addition to articles from leading veterinary experts, they offer a nationwide map that tracks the prevalence of parasites.
Veterinary Oral Health Council
The Veterinary Oral Health Council’s mission is to inform pet owners on how to improve the oral health of cats and dogs. Their website has useful tips on how to keep your pet’s teeth and gums free of disease.
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine (Tufts University) Pet Nutrition
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine provides answers to the frequently asked questions about overall pet nutrition. There is advice on choosing the best diet and ingredients for your pet, and help for animals that are struggling with maintaining a healthy weight and diet.
Cummings Veterinary School Behavior Clinic (Tufts University)
The Tufts Behavior Clinic at Cummings Veterinary School specializes in preventing behavior issues in both cats and dogs. The clinic conducts a variety of consultations to reach a diagnosis and treatment plan for your pet’s behavior problems.
Tufts University – Pet Loss Hotline
Tufts University’s Pet Loss Hotline offers support to those who are grieving over a lost pet. The hotline volunteers can also send a personalized packet of information for the caller for additional support.
Articles and information regarding reptiles, lizards, and snakes.
Information and supplies for handicapped pets.
Information about dogs in wheelchairs.
Walk About Harnesses
Custom fit harnesses and boots for your pet.
Therapeutic & Rehabilitative Products for your dog.
Prosthetic, Brace, and Adaptive devices for your pet.
Assistive and Rehabilitative pet products
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