Today, we have numerous amounts of health resources and information available to us online. Not only can we research diseases, diet recommendations, and the newest in human healthcare but we can also look this information up for our pets as well. But how do you know the information you are receiving is accurate? It is important to understand that websites may provide inaccurate, incomplete or just plain wrong information.
Anytime you have a question about your pet’s health or care, the first place to find information is through your veterinarian. The staff and/or veterinarian will be able to provide you with or direct you to the information. If need be doctors will consult with other veterinarians who either specialize in a particular field or whom have experience in a rarely seen case.
Here at ARKLE Veterinary Care, we believe that client education is important to helping to keep you pet happy and healthy. We have provide a few links for you to be able to find more information about your pet’s health. These sites are trusted sites in the veterinary community.
Lifelearn On-line Library provides information from behavior concerns to diseases and medications. This is a great resource to learn more information about your pet’s medical conditions. For those who like more of a technical language check out Veterinary Internet Network (VIN) Library.
For new puppy owners, you can find answers to commonly questions at our PUPPY PAGE.
For new kitten owners, you can find answers to commonly asked questions at our KITTEN PAGE.