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In addition to the Pet Health Care Library, we have provided the following links to websites that provide some great information on a variety of topics related to veterinary medicine and pet health care. We will update this page frequently, and encourage you to send us your ideas on links that you would like to see us add to this page to share with other pet owners.
American Veterinary Medical Association This site is a good starting point to learn more about a variety of topics, including feline injection-site sarcomas and the latest subjects in veterinary medicine
American Association of Feline Practitioners The AAFP is like the American Medical Association for cat doctors, and has lots of good information regarding feline health
American Animal Hospital Association We are AAHA accredited! Click here to find out what that means and for some great resources for pet owners.
Health and Safety
National Animal Poison Control Center This is the website of the National Animal Poison Control Center. It includes a library, links to other sites, and phone numbers for the poison control center.
Heartworm Society Everything you ever wanted to know about heartworm disease can be found here!
West Nile Virus This site is maintained by the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, and has the latest information on the spread of West Nile Virus in the US, as well as information on disease transmission, symptoms, etc.
USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service The USDA maintains this website with information on a variety of animal health related topics, including the latest news on such things as Mad Cow Diseases, foot and mouth disease, and many other things.
218 East Spokane Falls Blvd.
Missoula Veterinary Specialty Clinic
Dr. David Bostwick
205 Ott Road
FELIWAY® mimics the feline facial pheromones (F3) used by cats to mark their territory as safe and secure. Cats that mark their territory with facial rubbing indicate they are happy and comfortable in their environment.
Adaptil® is a synthetic pheromone that mimics the pheromone mother dogs emit after giving birth to help their puppies feel calm and secure. Dogs of all ages recognize this pheromone throughout life.
See Spot Sit Dog School
Hosted at Whitefish Animal Hospital, the Kinderpuppy Course transforms your Super Pup into a Wonder Dog!
Donna Jackson, CTDI