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Online Website Resources

%CLIENT_BUSINESSNAME% is aware of the vast amount of information available on the internet.  Our team has taken the time and evaluated the following sites.  We trust the information the listed websites provide to you, our client, and member of our family.

Veterinary Association websites:
dogresources.pngAmerican Animal Hospital Association
American Board of Veterinary Practitioners
American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
American Kennel Club
American Veterinary Medical Association
Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges
Center for Veterinary Medicine- U.S. FDA

Health Information websites:

Veterinary Partner provides information about animal health, medications, therapies, surgery, behavior and safety. Maintained by VIN (Veterinary Information Network) the world's largest veterinary database.

Pet Care TV has an entire library of online education for you to view at home. From flea/tick control tips to bringing home a new puppy.

EPet Health portal has a library of information about various medical conditions and other pet related topics. This portal also provides Hamiton Animal Hospital clients with access to their pet's medical and vaccine records. Just provide us with your email to link to our database and easily sign up.

**At the bottom of each of our web pages located under 'Exclusive Content', select the Veterinary Topics tab for access to a variety of client pet education topics.

Behavior websites:

Indoor Pet Initiative is a project by The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine that helps owners and vets understand the stresses of indoor pets and how to provide a healthy indoor environment for them.

Ultimate Puppy Toolkit has everything you need to train and raise your puppy to avoid future behavior issues and have a happy relationship with your new pup. It has structured training schedules and great advice.

Clean Run contains products for training, agility, play and other needs of your pets

Parasite websites:

Pets and Parasites is a client education site by the CAPC (Companion Animal Parasite Council) that provides information on external and internal parasites associated with dogs and cats.

Center for Disease Control supplies information on zoonotic disease of our pets that may also affect us. View CDC recommendations for keeping a healthy pets and healthy family.

American Heartworm Association provides updates on heartworm disease as well as recommendations and distribution maps.

Dogs and Ticks is a colorful, interactive website that offers helpful information on tick identification, diseases, maps of disease prevalence and ways to keep your pet protected from ticks

Nutrition websites:

Balanceit is a program run by board certified veterinary nutritionists, designed to help owners create complete balanced homemade diets that may be used for individual cases including specific health conditions.

The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center Nutrition Support Services has information on how to properly feed your pet as well as how to make an educated decision on what diet to feed.

Dog Food Advisor has a breakdown of ingredients and comparisons of most over the counter diets you may find. They also offer information on how to properly feed your pet, up-to-date reviews and articles on pet foods and the most recent pet food recalls.

AVMA has a list of recalls reported to the veterinary community.

Cat websites:

International Cat Care covers just about any topic you may have questions about regarding the mysteries of our feline companions. They are an educational charity focused on supporting the knowledge and understanding of cats among vets, owners and cat care professionals. Also check out their instructional videos on YouTube: iCatCare

Indoor Pet Initiative is a project by The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine that helps owners and vets understand the stresses of indoor living for our pets. Many feline topics are covered discussing how to create a low stress, happy, indoor environment for your cat to avoid problems such as scratching and urinary issues.