Oakville Animal Clinic: Our sister hospital
conveniently located downtown Oakville just above Lakeshore Boulevard on Kerr Street.
- Farley FoundationHelping people. Healing pets.
- Pet DentalHill’s guide to oral health care in cats and dogs
- Veterinary Dental ForumHelping to advance knowledge, education, awareness and skills in veterinary dentistry.
- Veterinary Oral Health CouncilThis council approves dental products proven to help reduce plaque and tartar in your pet’s mouth.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Rabies vaccination is required for all dogs entering the United States from a country where rabies is present. Specific details of the CDC’s Dog Import Policy are available from: www.cdc.gov/animalimportation/dogs.html
- www.aahanet.orgThis site is similar to the CVMA site. It provides a wealth of information on pet health and is provided by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).
- www.healthypet.comThis site is similar to the CVMA site. It provides a wealth of information on pet health and is provided by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).
- The American Kennel ClubVolumes of great information on dogs.
- The Canadian Kennel ClubA great source of information on dogs.
- Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC)The CAPC fosters understanding and the adoption of the best practices in managing companion animal parasites. For comprehensive parasite information including heartworm updates visit capcvet.org and ncvetp.org
- Dogs & TicksIn 2014 we continue to find positive Lyme tests in our tested dogs (Pets) which is a true indicator of the prevalence- as well other vestor born diseases have been confirmed. The 4Dx test is an exquisitely sensitive test.
- Tick Identification: Black Legged or Deer Tick and Lyme DiseaseThis site out of the University of Rhode Island promotes tick-bite protection and tick-borne prevention by engaging, educating, and empowering people to take action. This TickEncounter Resoure Center (TERC) is comprehensive and very educational.
Pet Trust Fund
- Pet Trust Fund:Pet trust supports companion animal programs at the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) at the University of Guelph. It contributes to the advancement of veterinary medicine and benefits the health and well being of pets and their owners.
- American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to AnimalsGreat information and tips on pet care, poison control and animal news.
- Animal Health CareThis site is sponsored by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association(CVMA). There many topics covered including general health, disease, vaccinations and pet behaviour.
- Animal Health ChannelThe animal health channel provides comprehensive information about conditions and diseases that affects animals. This was developed and is monitored by board-certified veterinarians.
- C.V.OThe regulatory body for the practicing veterinarians in Ontario.
- Cat & Dog DiabetesHelpful information for pet owners to help understand diabetes and help manage this disease with proper diet, exercise and insulin therapy.
- Mississauga Animal ServicesProviding many services within our community including care for lost pets 24/7. Adopt a Pet in NEED.
- Mississauga Oakville Veterinary Emergency HospitalFor emergencies outside of our hospital hours – located on the west side of Winston Churchill Boulevard just above the QEW. 905 829 9444
- Oakville Humane SocietyAdopt a Pet in NEED.
- Ontario Poison Control Centre1-800-268-9017
- Pet Poison Helplineprovides treatment advice and recommendations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week out of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
- The Canadian Veterinary Medical Association
- The Ontario Veterinary Medical AssociationFind out information about The Farley Foundation, SafePet Program and pet ownership.
- TPLO Repair for Cruciate InjuriesInformative website answering all of your questions regarding Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO) for Cranial Cruciate Ligament repair
- Veterinary Information NetworkAn excellent resource for a variety of veterinary conditions. This is an invaluable source of information provided by the Veterinary Information Network (VIN). A unique feature is “Ask a Veterinarian a Question.”
- Why To Spay Dot ComDetailed facts and information on the importance of spaying and neutering your pet.