White Oaks Veterinary Clinic understands just how important it is to do research, whether you have questions about general pet care or you want to learn everything you can about a diagnosis your one of your pets got.
Many owners research diseases so they can make informed decisions about their pets’ health. They may want to look into other treatments or better ways to care for their pets. Some just want to know what they should expect, especially if they didn’t receive good news.
No matter what you are looking into, you need to realize that the internet, though a wealth of information, is also filled with plenty of false information. For this reason, we want to make sure our owners find the most accurate information possible.
Here is a list of reliable sources to help you with your research:
Web MD Conditioning of Positive Pet Behavior
Great Pets Training and Behavior
University of Pennsylvania Radiation Therapy
Cancer Treatment in the Companion Animal
An Overview of Cancer in Animals
Binky Bunny House Rabbit Community
Thinking About Getting a Pet Bunny?
For the multi-species family: Dogs, Cats, Birds, and Bunnies in One House.
Gingivitis and Stomatitis in Dogs and Cats
Oral Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention
Preventative Care: Tooth Brushing
A Complete Library of Dental Care for Pets
Benefits of Cryoprobe in Veterinary Dermatology
IRIS Urine Collection in Dogs and Cats
VDI-TK Canine Cancer Blood Panel
Just For Kids teaches the importances of Heartworm Disease Prevention
Learn about Heartworm Disease at the American Heartworm Society
Emergency and Critical Care
New Guidelines for Veterinary CPR
Guide to Safety @ Pet Poison Helpline: 1-800-213-6680
Tips About How To Prepare for Disaster
Veterinary Medicine Online – What Sites Can You Trust?
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Educational Resources for Veterinarians and Pet Owners
Companion Therapy Laser: Videos
Penn Pet Loss Resources: for pet owners seeking in-home euthanasia and/or a supportive community
An extensive collection of articles as they relate to Hormone and Endocrine for Dogs
International Renal Interest Society: Understanding Kidney Diseases in small animals
Learn more about Feline Diabetes
Feline Chronic Renal Failure Information Center
Pets Welcome-Places to stay with pets.
Home Again: How Pet Microchipping Works
AKC information for Dog Owners
Common Diseases of Pocket Pets
The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP)
Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets
Hill’s Pet Nutrition: Prescription Diet
Pet Food Labels: Unraveling the Fine Print
Pet Toys and Supplies
Sammy Snacks (now Ancestry Pet Food)
Revolutionary Bionic pet toys for all types of chewers
Fleabusters® Rx for Fleas Plus® Flea Powder
Learn more about medical and keeping information for a wide variety of reptile friends.
The Ultimate Bearded Dragon Resource
Why Should I Spay or Neuter My Dog?
Vaccinations and Wellness
Top 10 Signs your dog may be sick
Did you know dogs are den animals? Find out more about crate training your puppy.
Stubborn old dog syndrome or sensory decline of your senior pet?
Information for Cat Owners about Cat Friendly Practices (CFP)
Life stressors of cats: how to make your cat more comfortable when stress occurs
CATegorical Care: An Owner’s Guide to America’s #1 Companion
American Cat Fanciers Association
If there is anything else we can do, don’t hesitate to call us at (405) 330-0676. We are here to help you and your pets in any way we can!