Helpful Veterinary-Related Links
This is the closest emergency hospital to us. Familiarize yourself with their location and immediately take your pet there in an emergency. No need to call first as they are open and fully staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
An excellent site sponsored by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA); Moving? Find an AAHA certified hospital through this site and be confident that they adhere to the high standards you have become accustomed to at The Family Pet Hospital.
Great source of feline information from the American Association of Feline Practitioners. Check out the Feline Behavior guidelines. Also, PLEASE READ the disaster preparedness brochure entitled “Saving the whole family” by linking into the AVMA disaster link on the home page.
Has helpful information on the AeroKat Feline Aerosol Chamber.
Good tips, great pictures, shopping, chat rooms.
Reliable educational information for your cats.
Planning, preparation, and positive reinforcement are the keys to successful socialization of your kitten.
More great information on Cold Laser Therapy. This link also contains a page on Laser Therapy for cancer treatment.
These pesky pests are not just annoying. They also transfer diseases that are serious and can be deadly. Learn how to protect your pets and your family members against these critters.
This is a wonderful organization designed to help owners care for and cope with the last days and months of a beloved pet’s life.
Use this site to check for the latest recalls on pet foods and treats.
A quick reference for toxicology (or call 888-426-4435) if you think your pet ate anything poisonous. Your vet has a great deal of information but this site is constantly maintained to stay up-to-date on the newest chemicals and chemical mixes. It is always best to prepare your veterinarian with exactly what (and how much of it) your pet ate and with a poison control case number. [Also, speak to a veterinarian before inducing vomiting in your pet as some toxins can cause more harm if brought back up.] You will need your credit card – there is a $65 consultation fee (well worth it considering it may help save your pet’s life). You will get your case number from the operator; write it down and give it to the vet so they can reference it and start the recommended treatment immediately upon your arrival.
Keeping your home and yard safe for your dogs and or cats!
Here is some great traveling tips for you as you plan your Summer fun!
A site sponsored by Veterinary Information Network, a group of veterinary specialists frequently consulted by Dr. Valas for opinions on your pets’ conditions. The information on this site is truthful and based on facts, not opinions. Drug information (uses and side effects) can also be found.
If your pet was recently diagnosed with a certain disease and you want to know more about it follow this link
If you want to know more about potential side effects, uses and contraindications of the medications your pet is taking, follow this link
Learn all about this amazing way to solve many of our pet’s painful conditions from the founder of the technique known as veterinary orthopedic manipulation (VOM)which is used to effect a neuroanatomical adjustment. Dr. Valas has been using this technique for over three years and has saved many pets from painful expensive surgery. Dr. Valas’ VOM technique will also greatly improve the comfort and mobility of our senior pets.