Here are some links to other veterinary and medical sites that you might find useful. If you find information on these sites that appears to conflict with anything you have been told at East Hill Veterinary Clinic, please check with us.  Please contact us BEFORE changing any medications or dosages or adding any supplements to your pet’s treatment regime.


Hill’s Pet Nutrition

www.hillspet.com


FDA – Animal Health Literacy Resources

http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/ResourcesforYou/AnimalHealthLiteracy


FDA – Animal Health Literacy, Online Pharmacies

http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/ResourcesforYou/AnimalHealthLiteracy/ucm203000.htm


PetFinder

www.petfinder.com


Toxins

www.vetinfo.com


Hospice Care – Pawspice

www.pawspice.com


UC Davis has a great list of fact sheets, brochures, and newsletters:

http://behavior.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/newsletters.cfm


ASPCA List of Cleaning Products, Medications, Foods Poisonous to Pets:

https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/poison-control-okay-or-no-way


Cat Proof Your Home:

http://www.humanesociety.org/animals/cats/tips/cat_proofing_your_house.html


Cat Communication – Body Language, Vocalisations:

http://messybeast.com/cat_talk2.htm


Cat Man Do

http://catexpert.blogspot.com/ 


Q & A from Seattle Vet:

http://seattletimes.com/html/tailsofseattle/2015199762_veterinary_qa_vaccinations_for_indoor_cats.html

Articles in PDF

The following articles, from East Hill Veterinary Clinic, are in pdf format for you to print out, to use as reference and/or share with others:

Veterinary Library

Veterinary Partner provides you with a full library of pet medical information  from the Veterinary Information Network.  VIN is the world’s first and largest online veterinary community, where new articles are added weekly by the experts at VIN to make sure that our readers have the most current veterinary information available.

www.veterinarypartner.com

VetStem

Since 2005, veterinarians have treated dogs with osteoarthritis and orthopedic soft tissue injuries with stem cell therapy. Initial studies demonstrate that intra-articular administration of VSRCs significantly decreases pain and improves comfort in the majority of cases. Duration of the benefit from a single injection varies from several months to more than one year.

www.vet-stem.com