The following are links to partners and other websites you may find useful...
Ohio Valley Pet Cemetery and Crematorium
Veterinary Pet Insurance: The First Step Toward Peace of Mind
Petfinder: Find a homeless pet today!
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
The Louisville Chapter of the American Red Cross is now offering pet first aid training, click here to learn more.
Alley Cat Advocates
A non-profit organization whose mission is to provide the
humane treatment of unowned cats in our community.
Faithful Companions provides families and individuals with burial
and memorial services for their beloved pet
Veterinary News Network
A national network of veterinarians and selected affiliate reporters
who use VNN to broadcast local news stories about current issues
and advances in animal medicine.
A virtual interactive memorial home for your departed fur baby.
If you are interested in researching the subject of pet health insurance, visit www.petinsurancereview.com to read reviews from pet owners who have invested in health insurance, compare coverage and rates from multiple insurers and get free quotes. You can find additional helpful information at www.pet-insurance-info.com, or www.mypetcover.com.
Following is a list of national pet health care companies that some of our clients have had experience with, along with links to their respective websites:
Embrace Pet Insurance – www.embracepetinsurance.com
Pet First Healthcare – www.petfirsthealthcare.com
Petplan Pet Insurance – www.gopetplan.com
Pets Best Health Insurance – www.petsbest.com
Purina Care Pet Health Insurance – www.purinacare.com
Shelter Care Pet Insurance – www.sheltercare.com
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) Pet Insurance – www.aspcapetinsurance.com
Trupanion Pet Insurance – www.trupanion.com
Veterinary Pet Insurance (VPI) – www.petinsurance.com
Click here to read what the veterinary professionals of the American Animal Hospital Association have to say about pet medical costs and pet health insurance.
For information on vaccination recommendations of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) go to www.healthypet.com and click on the link “Canine Vaccine Guidelines”.
To find information on your pet’s potential breed-related problems, visit the CIDD – Dog Breeds List online.
As in humans, your pet’s lifestyle can affect how his or her body ages. Do you want to know your pet’s real age? Visit www.dogage.com for your dog’s real age or www.catage.com for your cat’s real age.
Are you interested in rescuing a needy purebred? Click here for a list of purebred rescue groups.
Adopt a homeless pet at www.petfinder.com.
Broadbent Wildlife Sanctuary
For Information About Pet Burial and Cremation Services:
Faithful Companions Pet Cremations
Ohio Valley Pet Cemetery
For Pet Loss Support
Chance’s Spot Pet Loss and Support Resources
American Veterinary Medical Association Pet Loss Resources
The Association for Pet Loss & Bereavement
Rainbow Bridge Pet Loss Support
Pet Loss Grief Support
Our hospitals maintain the highest standards of equipment, diagnostics and medical protocol set forth by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).
For educational articles please visit the AAHA Pet Care Library
For instruction on how to give your pet medication, brush your cat’s teeth and other very helpful information when it comes to caring for your cat, click here to visit the Cornell University Feline Health Center website.
If you need the assistance of a rescue organization to find or place a healthy animal, click here for a list of animal rescue organizations and groups in Kentucky.
Visit your public library and read about your specific type of reptile, or visit www.veterinarypartner.com for some really good articles about husbandry