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We are committed to providing you with the latest in pet health information. This information and the below links are for educational purposes only to help you understand your pet’s healthcare needs. Please contact us directly for specific concerns about your pet.
Google has made it easy and fast to find health-related information. Although much of it is valuable, sometimes it may be inaccurate or out of date. You need properly documented and approved information to make the best choice for your pet. Please visit the links below to get peer-reviewed information on your pets health. We will be periodically updating this page with helpful tips and tricks from our own Broadway staff!
The American Animal Hospital Association was founded to ensure that hospitals are meeting the highest standards in patient care, medicine, preventative care, anesthesiology, and every aspect of a veterinary hospital. Only 12% of hospitals are accredited, and we work hard and are proud to be one of them!
Anapsid.org is your go=to guide for all things reptile. Learn the best lighting, husbandry, diets, and more to help keep your reptiles healthy and happy.
Learn what foods, plants, or medications are toxic to pets. Did your pet ingest something they shouldn't have? Call the specialists at ASPCA to find out how to proceed with getting them treated in a timely manner. *Please note that there is a consultation fee to speak with a specialist.
Visit Hill's website to do your research on what foods are appropriate for your pet and get helpful information on diet recommendations based on your pets age. They make a wide range of prescription and non-prescription diets to help your pet live their best life. They also have many other helpful links on general pet wellness.
Microchipping is a safe and effective way to increase your pets chances of making it back home if they get lost. On average, a pet with ID is 52% more likely to be reunited with its owners than a pet who has not been microchipped. Home Again Microchips have reunited more than 1,000,000 pet owners since their beginning.
Royal Canin was founded by a veterinarian with species specific health at the fore-front of their mission. They offer diets that are tailored to your pets needs, whether that be kidney concerns, urinary concerns, or just a well-balanced diet for your otherwise healthy animal.
The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) founded the Global Nutrition Committee (GNC) in 2010 with the initial task of developing global nutrition guidelines, which were first published in 2011. The goal of these guidelines is to help the veterinary healthcare team and pet owners ensure that dogs and cats are on an optimal nutrition plan tailored to the needs of the individual dog or cat. They also have wonderful resources on demystifying pet food labels and how to read a label and understand what you are looking at.
Traveling or moving with your pet out of state or out of the country? Check with APHIS to find out the specific requirements for your current location and destination to ensure that you don't have any hold ups! Most travel requires updated vaccinations and a certificate of veterinary inspection with a doctor prior to travel.
Veterinarian written, peer reviewed, and highly recommended articles on all things pets! You can find links and articles explaining most illnesses or treatments such as congestive heart failure, diabetes, heartworm, giving subcutaneous fluids, and more. These are the articles our doctors send you home with after a visit for informational home-reading.