Our goal is to educate pet owners with essential knowledge about pet health concerns and pet care. In addition to our own website, we would like to share the following entertaining and educational websites concerning pet wellness. The links are grouped into several categories to provide quick access to information you find most important.
If you know of any additional links that you find instructive, please let us know! We are always seeking to provide notable resources for our pet parents and patients.
General Pet Information
The following links provide some good general information on pets.
When you are traveling out of country - including Hawaii, Mexico and Alaska there are many different requirements for entry with a pet. These regulations change on a very rapid basis and the United States Department of Agriculture is the primary agency that monitors and controls animal travel in and out of the USA.
Please read through this website very carefully to ensure that we have the time to meet all the rules and regulations. Some tests required waiting periods between vaccines and some countries require vaccines that are not normally given to your pet.
In addition Airlines companies have their own rules and they are not always the same, Sometimes it is to cold or to hot for your pet to travel in cargo and delays can happen. A letter of acclimation may be required and we comply with the AVMA recommendations of temperatures not to exceed lower than 45 degrees Fahrenheit nor higher than 85 degrees Fahrenheit during air travel; and that transportation time at the terminal facilities does not exceed more than 45 minutes (with temperatures residing between 45 degrees Fahrenheit to 85 degrees Fahrenheit).
Provides visitors with essential information about dog breeds, including how to choose the correct dog for your lifestyle. Also offers information about the responsibilities of dog ownership.
A pet-specific hotline for poison-related emergencies.
Even the most responsible pet owner could leave the garage door open or forget to close the gate, resulting in a lost pet. Micro-chipping your beloved pet could be the difference between having your pet returned and not being able to find them. While it is estimated that nearly 3 million pets in shelters are euthanized annually, some of those animals are pets whose owners were unable to find them.
We are a pet memorial center located in Reno, NV. We have a veterinarian on staff and an on-site crematory. Each relationship is unique, every love is special. Our team will help guide you towards what is right for you, your pet, and your family.