Trusted Links

Carver Street Animal Hospital 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.

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This is a website to help you with questions you may have concerning your pet's health and well-being.
www.veterinarypartner.com

Pet Poison Control
www.petpoisonhelpline.com
800-213-6680   -   $39.00 fee

Deciding on the type of food to feed your pet can be a challenge now a days with all the choices and advertising that is out there.  This link may provide you with a brief guide to help you choose the best food for you and your pet.
WSAVA guide

Indoor cat and also dog enrichment and behavior help
www.indoorpet.osu.edu

Independent website to review pet insurance.
www.petinsurancereview.com/dog.asp

This link will give you good ideas for estate planning for your pets.  If this is a concern for you please check out the following site.
pet trust overview

Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants
http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/.../

Have you ever been concerned about explaining to your child about loosing a pet?  The link below will take you to the most popular books to help make it easier for you and your family.
http://childrensbooks.about.co...

 



 

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