TLC Pet Vet Animal Hospitals - Michigan

National Organizations/Pet Medical Sites

American Hospital Association

American Veterinary Medical Association-Care for Pets:

This is a good general information site for all pet owners.
www.avma.org

ASPCA:
Includes poison control information
www.aspca.org

Healthy Pets:

A general information website from the American Animal Hospital Association.
www.healthypet.com

Veterinary Partner.com:

An excellent veterinary medical website with an extensive library resource.
www.veterinarypartner.com

Behavior and Training

Choosing a Trainer- Choosing the right trainer is a very important decision that can affect your relationship with your pet for life. This is a great guide from the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior to get you started off right.

Finding Help for a Behavior Problem - Behavioral problems are among the most common reasons for a pet to lose its home. Read this guide from the American Veterinary society of Animal Behavior.

Humane Society of the United States:
www.hsus.org

Veterinary Cancer Society:
www.vetcancersociety.org

Pets With Diabetes:
www.petdiabetes.com

A great site for pet dental information:
www.petdental.com

General Pet-Related Sites

An excellent site for families with pets and children:
www.growingupwithpets.com

American Boarding Kennels Association:
www.abka.com

Promotes animals helping people to improve health, independence and quality of life:
www.deltasociety.org

For those looking for a lost pet, or for a pet to adopt: www.petfinder.com

Dogs

The American Dog Trainers Network: A resource for dog training.
www.tonypassera.com

How to Love Your Dog: A children's guide to dog care.
www.loveyourdog.com

Dog breed information from the American Kennel Club:
www.akc.org

Cats

Cat Fancier's Association: information on cat breeds, cat care and cat shows:
www.cfainc.org

Cornell Feline Health Center: An excellent site for feline medical information.
www.vet.cornell.edu

Feline Diabetes:
www.felinediabetes.com

Exotic Pets

An excellent library of articles concerning exotic pets (rabbits, rodents, ferrets, birds, and more) is available through HealthyPet.com: www.healthypet.com

Rabbits:
www.rabbit.org
www.arba.net

Iguanas, snakes and reptiles:
www.anapsid.org

Birds:
www.theaviary.com

Parrots:
www.parrotpages.com

Ferrets:
The American Ferret Association: www.ferret.org

Traveling With Your Pet
www.petvacations.com
www.dogpark.com
www.traveldog.com
www.petsonthego.com

Pet Insurance
www.petinsurance.com
www.petcareinsurance.com
www.petshealthplan.com
www.petassure.com

Pet Loss Information

A pet loss support group through the Hennepin County Humane Society:
www.ahshc.org

Pet Loss Hotline:
Information provided by Cornell University.
www.vet.cornell.edu

Veterinary Specialists

Michigan Veterinary Specialists
Oakland Veterinary Referral Services
Michigan State University Veterinary Hospital

Miscellaneous

Pet Microchip ID - HomeAgain
Without proper identification, 90% never return home:
public.homeagain.com

Invisible Fencing:
www.invisiblefence.com

Did you know? The adult Bearded Dragon's (Pogona vitticeps) primary diet is leaves (mixed dark, leafy greens) and flowers (yellow/white color). Juvenile Bearded Dragons eat insects and some flowers and salad.

 

Michigan Avenue Animal Hospital
706 W. Michigan Ave.
Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197
734-482-8171

Eastpointe Animal Hospital
18243 E. Nine Mile
Eastpointe, Michigan 48021
586-777-5300

Canton Animal Hospital
43439 Michigan Avenue
Canton, Michigan 48188
734-397-7779

Luv-N-Care Animal Hospital
24020 Southfield Rd.
Southfield, Michigan 48075
248-559-7900

Northville Animal Hospital
16795 Northville Road
Northville, MI 48168
Ph: 248-348-2220
Fax:248-348-0369