Helpful Links to Credible Pet-Related Information
We know that our clients use the Internet to find helpful information about caring for their pets. However, easily accessible information is not always accurate and credible. That’s why we’re happy to direct you to information that comes straight from credible sources. It’s very easy for just about anyone to post untested information on the internet that could, in fact, be harmful for your pet. Therefore, we have put together a list of websites that we know and trust. Also, be sure to come to us first if you have questions about your pet’s health. We’re here to help you, and we enjoy educating our clients!
The Indoor Pet Initiative – Courtesy of the Ohio State University, the Indoor Pet Initiative helps pet parents provide the best care for their indoor companions.
Cornell Feline Health Center – The Cornell Feline Health Center is dedicated to advancing research in feline medicine and improving feline welfare with scientific breakthroughs.
The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine – Offers extensive information about internal medicine and health care for pets. Includes various articles, media, and other resources to help pet parents understand their companions’ needs.
Pet Health Network – The Pet Health Network is an invaluable source of important information about dogs, cats, and exotic pets, animal diseases, parasites, and much more.
Dogs and Ticks – Via the Pet Health Network, learn more about ticks, how they spread Lyme disease, and how you can prevent your pet from becoming infected.
The American College of Veterinary Nutrition – Your pet’s nutrition is extremely important. See frequently asked questions, nutrition resources, and more to help you make the best decisions regarding your pet’s diet.
Frostbite in Dogs and Cats - A thick fur coat is not enough to protect your pet from frostbite. Here are some tips for keeping your pet safe and recognizing the telltale signs of frostbite.
Pet Partners - Pet Partners is focused on promoting and advancing the human-animal bond and furthering research on the physical and mental health benefits that result from spending time with animals. For over 40 years, Pet Partners has led the way in offering the first "comprehensive, standardized training in animal-assisted activities and therapy for volunteers and healthcare professionals."
Did you know that there are veterinarians with advanced degrees in veterinary behavior? Contact us at (734) 464-6281 for information to help your dog or cat overcome behavioral challenges.
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CattleDog Publishing: The Legacy of Dr. Sophia Yin – Learn about low-stress handling and proper restraint techniques from Dr. Sally Foote DVM, CFBC-IAABC, who is dedicated to carrying on Dr. Yin's legacy of low-stress handling.
We have been bringing our pets here since the 1970's and would never think of going anywhere else. The staff is so compassionate and caring for both the animals and their families.
Wonderful staff! Excellent service all the way around! Most of all our Murray loves going there! Highly recommended!
Levan Road Veterinary Hospital has the area's best vets and staff around (the Livonia area). I would highly recommend this practice to my friends and anyone else who needs a caring staff for their beloved pets
Dr. Fleming and the staff are SO Wonderful. Such caring and compassionate. We had to put our beloved fur-baby to sleep and they stayed open late so our family could come say good-bye.
I have been taking my dogs to Levan Vet for 19 years now. The staff is very caring and friendly. It is obvious how much they care about the animals they are treating.