AAHA’s Pet Owner Site
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is an international association of more than 42,000 veterinary care providers who treat companion animals. This site has a lot of valuable information for pet owners from behavior and travel to adoption and kids games!
Dental Health Information
Our pets need dental care too! Click this link to learn more about keeping your pet’s teeth pearly white and learn about the benefits of keeping a healthy mouth!
Online pharmacy warning from the FDA
Internet sites that sell pet drugs can be reputable pharmacies. However, others are fronts for businesses breaking Federal, State, and sometimes, International laws….
If you witness your pet consuming material that you suspect might be toxic, do not hesitate to seek emergency assistance, even if you do not notice any adverse effects. Sometimes, even if poisoned, an animal may appear normal for several hours or for days after the incident.
VeterinaryPartner.com is here to support your veterinarian and you in the care of your companion animals by providing reliable, up-to-date animal health information from the veterinarians and experts of the Veterinary Information Network (VIN), the world’s first and largest online veterinary database and community.
You’ve got an opportunity to be a MVPO – a Most Valuable Pet Owner. How can you do that? Educate yourself on proper pet care and pet health problems by asking questions and finding the answers from reliable, trusted sources of information – such as your veterinarian and their staff, or the pages on this site.
FDA website on Pet foods
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates that can of cat food, bag of dog food, or box of dog treats or snacks in your pantry. Learn about how to read a pet food label and what the FDA does to keep your pet safe!
Pet Food Recalls
This is an up to date list of any Pet foods that have been recalled. If you think your pet may have been exposed to a recalled food, please call your veterinarian immediately!
Pet Nutrition Alliance
You know that your pet needs food that will allow him to run, jump, play, and stay happy and healthy, but when you walk down the pet food aisle in the store, how do you know which food is right for your furry friend?
Choosing a pet food and decoding pet food labels can be daunting tasks. Now, an alliance of veterinary organizations have teamed up to bring you the resources you need to demystify pet food.
These organizations, known collectively as the Pet Nutrition Alliance (PNA), have collaborated to promote the importance of nutrition as an essential component of providing optimal health care for healthy, sick, and injured pets. The new PNA website is designed with you–the pet owner–in mind, providing tools and resources that will help you get the facts about pet nutrition.
The website offers a collection of tools for you to use in determining the right nutrition for your pet. Resources include:
- Body and muscle condition score charts
- Pet food recall alerts
- Instructions on how to read pet food labels
- Details on safety and manufacturing of pet foods
- Dog and cat daily calorie requirements charts
- Weight translator tool
- Guaranteed analysis converter tool for comparison of pet foods
- Pet poison guidelines
- Food and treat calculator
- And more!
Your veterinary hospital’s membership in the PNA represents their commitment to ensuring proper nutrition for your pet. By using these resources, you can work together with your veterinarian to keep your pet healthier than ever.
Why wait? Start now! Visit the Pet Nutrition Alliance website to learn more about nutrition for your pet.
Lost pets and Adoptions
Pet Microchip Look up
Any veterinary clinic or shelter can scan a pet for microchip information. If you find a pet, have it scanned, then use this information to help reconnect them to their owner.
Metro Denver Animal Welfare Alliance
The Metro Denver Shelter Alliance is a coalition of more than 25 public and private shelters, rescues and other animal service providers committed to saving pets and fostering responsible pet ownership in our community. Use this link if you have lost a pet, are looking to adopt, or just need some helpful information on your new adoption.
Dog and Cat Training Tips
Seeing behavior modification in action provides a clear picture of the possibilities. Find nearly 100 free videos on behavior and behavior modification here.