We've compiled some useful links about various topics.
The internet is a great place to find information on almost any topic.
However, many Web sources are not reliable. In fact, they may perpetuate miss leading to outright false information.
To help you search for accurate "evidence based information" on pet health issues, follow the link below.
Both dogs and cats are prone to having worms, ticks, and fleas. Some of these parasites are zoonotic (transmissible to humans, particularly children). The following website has useful information.
There are many inherited diseases in most breeds of dogs. The Canine Inherited Disorder database is useful to breeder or potential pet owners in search of the perfect family pet.
Some owners carry pet health insurance. Most of our clients choose Petsecure. For more information follow the link below.
The passing of family pet can be a devastating event. The following site is useful to help both adults and children cope with bereavement.
Humane societies perform an important function by ensuring animals are adequately cared for, and re-homed when necessary. The following links to Moose Jaw's and Saskatchewan's societies.
Fitting your pet with a microchip ensures lost pets can be returned to their owners. Eidap microchips are now read universally, allowing for the identification of your pet all over the world.
Leash laws dictate that dogs and cats be kept indoors or confined. Although this prevents many injuries and limits spread of disease, it can be stressful to the pet. The following site helps owners enrich their pet's environment.