Veterinary Partner: Questions about your pet? This
link will connect you with the world's first and largest online
veterinary database and community. Veterinary Partner provides reliable
information for pet owners from Veterinary Information Network. VIN is
an online community of veterinarians providing consultation from board
certified professionals advising your local veterinarians.
International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS):
- Interested in locating a veterinary
acupuncturist? IVAS can assist you in finding a certified veterinary
acupuncturist practitioner in your area.
Montana Pets on the Net: Looking for a new friend?
Montana Pets on the Net lists pets available at Montana humane societies
and shelters, as well as statewide events.
Cat Info-Common Sense, Healthy Cats: Interested in learning more about what food to feed your cat? This informative site provides insights into feline nutrition, health and rescues.
Electronic Zoo: Need additional pet-related resources?
The Electronic Zoo provides categorized veterinary medical and
animal-related information on the Internet.
Dog Owner's Guide: Love dogs? This online magazine for
dog owners provides all kinds of information about living with dogs. The
site's features include breed profiles, training tips, health
information, book lists, and hundreds of articles.
The Argus Institute at Colorado State This site
provides information and grief support from Colorado State University,
including dealing with pet loss, coping with sick companion animals, and
responding to children's needs during the loss of a pet.
Petloss.com: Petloss.com is a gentle and compassionate
website for pet lovers who are grieving over the illness or death of a
beloved pet. Here you will find personal support, thoughtful advice, as
well as many additional links.
Janet & Binky's Table of Canned Cat Food Nutritional Information: Calm Animal Care recomends that diabetic cats be supplemented with and eventually changed over to low carbohydrate canned foods. This is a page showing several different brands and the percentage of calories from carbohydrates; we'd like diabetic cats to stay below 10%.
Pawsitive Performance Canine Physical Rehabilitaton Canine Rehabilitation is a collaboration of two highly educated and licensed professions, physical therapy and veterinary medicine in Helena, Montana.This team approach ensures that your dog will receive the best of both worlds—the veterinary and the physical therapy knowledge and expertise.
Support and information for families of dogs with Degenerative
Degenerative Myelopathy is a disease
that causes a progressive paralysis in the hind limbs, usually in
German Shepherd dogs, but other breeds can be affected as well. There
is not a cure, but there has been some success with using nutritional
therapy, pioneered by Dr R.M. Clemmons at the University of Florida,
in slowing the progression of the disease. Exercise and acupuncture
are helpful as well.