The following links are to various organizations, companies and sources for information that pet owners or potential pet owners may find useful. If you have any questions about the information you find below, please feel free to contact us.

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Pet Healthcare and General Medical Information

Veterinary Partner

A partner website to the veterinary information network. This site has information on many medical conditions of pets as well as information on basic care of dogs, cats and exotic animals. Information is written by and reviewed by veterinarians.

Growing Up With Pets

Growing Up With Pets is an educational program devoted to bringing parents a resource for information and advice on how to help them foster strong, healthy relationships between their children and their pets.

Companion Animal Parasite Council

The mission of the CAPC is to foster animal and human health, while preserving the human-animal bond, by generating and disseminating credible, accurate and timely information for the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control of parasitic infections.

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Be a Tree

The Be a TreeTM Program is a fun and interactive presentation for children that teaches them how to read dog body language and be safe around dogs.

Regulatory and Associations

Ontario Veterinary Medical Association

The Ontario Veterinary Medical Association is the professional association representing veterinarians in the Province of Ontario. Their Pet Owner’s page has information on becoming a veterinarian as well as a great deal of information on pet ownership including downloadable versions of the Dog Owner’s Handbook and the Cat Owner’s Handbook

Canadian Veterinary Medical Association

“The CVMA is the national body representing and serving the interests of the veterinary profession in Canada. The Association is committed to excellence within the profession and to the well-being of animals. It shall promote public awareness of the contribution of animals and veterinarians to society.”

American Association of Feline Practitioners