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A series of helpful short videos on dog and cat care.
Learn to manage your pet’s chronic illness to improve their quality of life.
Use our Pet Health Checker tool to help you decide if your pet’s symptoms require immediate attention or if you should continue to monitor those symptoms at home. To get started, click on the dog or cat to identify which type of pet you have, and then enter your pet’s symptom to continue.
In order to travel to other states and internationally, pets are required to have a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI), often called a Health Certificate. This document provides information about your pet’s health before travel, such as showing that your pet is up-to-date on vaccinations and is not showing symptoms of any contagious diseases.
Are you ever approached by your pet while you’re in the kitchen and wonder if you can share with your pet? Hopefully you are aware that there are foods that are dangerous for pets, such as chocolate and gums/candies that contain the artificial sweetener xylitol. But there are some fruits and vegetables that can be a great treat!
Check out these videos on common pet poisons.