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B.C

Favorite Links

  • AAHA – The American Animal Hospital Association website, has an extensive library of pet health information.
  • Animal Behavior Network – Pet behavior information and specialist consultations, we can sign you up for their free online behavior course.
  • CVBC-  Your veterinarian’s role in pet’s dental care
  • MyVetStore – Our webstore – sign up to order pet food and supplies online, with home delivery if you like.
  • Pet Food Nutrition – Pet Food Nutrition Information
  • Selkirk Veterinary Hospital Facebook Page
  • Veterinary Partner – Veterinary Information Network’s information site for pet owners.
  • Indoor Pet Initiative– The Indoor Pet Initiative (IPI) provides a foundation for pet owners and veterinarians to create plans tailored to promote thriving that are based on the soundest, most up-to-date science available.
  • AAFP– The American Association of Feline Practitioner’s website has a wealth of information for cat owners such as behavioral tips.
  • The Cat Community- The Cat Community aims to build a group of cat caregivers who want to provide the very best care for their cat. Powered by feline veterinarians, the community provides you with credible, valuable, and reliable educational information.

Nutrition Information

  • Hills Pet Foods – Nutritional Information, and information on Hills diets and treats.
  • VMD Medi-Cal Pet Food – Nutritional Information, and information on VMD Medi-Cal Petfoods and treats

Organizations

  • AAHA – The American Animal Hospital Association website, has an extensive library of pet health information.
  • College of Veterinarians of British Columbia – Contact information for the B.C.V.M.A.,and information about current pet healthcare issues in B.C.

Pet Loss and Grief Support

Poison Control

  • Poison Control Centre – Information on the symptoms of poisoning with various different types of toxins, plants, and chemicals.For a fee (payable by credit card) it is possible to consult directly with a toxicologist about your pet”s symptoms.

Training and Behaviour