Bradenton Veterinary Emergency -Also known as BVE, it is a separate practice operating within our facility at night, on weekends, and holidays. They have an amazing staff and provide excellent emergency care.
Vet Care Express – If you need assistance with animal transport for any reason, contact Vet Care Express – the original animal ambulance.
Veterinary Partner – The companion site to the Veterinary Information Network for pet owners. It is an easily-searchable and reliable source of information about common illnesses and conditions found in dogs, cats, and other species as well.
Companion Animal Parasite Council – Florida is a tropical paradise for all of us, including parasites! A very good resource for information about both internal and external parasites that can affect many species, including humans.
Care Credit – For information about, or to apply for Care Credit.
NABP – National Association of Boards of Pharmacy has important information for anyone buying medications on-line for themselves or their pets. Be aware and get informed.
NASC – National Animal Supplement Council is somewhat similar to NABP, but is for over-the-counter supplements. This site is a great source of objective information; some supplements are better than others.
FDA Pet Food Recall – The FDA regularly posts information concerning recalls of pet food and pet products.
ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center -It is your best resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you think your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance, call (888) 426-4435. A consultation fee may apply.
American Kennel Club – The official site for pure-bred dogs.
Southeastern Guide Dogs – Freedom starts right here in Palmetto, Florida.
Cornell Feline Health Center – An excellent source of information for cat owners.
Cat Thyroid Center – Hyperthyroidism is very common in older cats. Learn more about it from our colleague in Ruskin, Florida.
PetLink – Register your pet’s microchip here.
AAHA Microchip Look-up – This site by the American Animal Hospital Association allows anyone to look up any microchip from 14 different participating companies. If you need to verify your own pet or identify a found pet, this site will tell you what company the chip is registered with and how to find additional information.
The rivalry continues! Our doctors are very proud of their schools. Visit these sites to learn about the latest high-tech advances in veterinary care.