Helpful Resources

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Printable information on popular pet health topics.

  • Resources for Families
    June 28, 2021

    Children’s Resources: Toxicology

    This children’s resource explores the field of veterinary toxicology and includes important information on foods and other household products that are toxic to pets.

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  • Resources for Families
    June 14, 2021

    Children’s Resources: Veterinary Dermatology

    This children’s resource explores the field of veterinary dermatology and includes information on what makes animals itchy, as well as fun activity ideas all about body coverings that you can do at home!

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  • Resources for Families
    April 13, 2021

    Children’s Resources: Dog Bite Prevention

    This resource teaches both children and caregivers how to prevent dog bites by reviewing dog body language, demonstrating how to approach dogs in a safe manner, and listing the Do’s and Don’ts when interacting with a dog.

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  • Resources for Families
    March 31, 2021

    Children’s Resources: Veterinary Behavior

    This children’s resource explores the field of veterinary behavior and includes information on common cat and dog body language as well as a scientific activity for tracking animal behavior called an ethogram!

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  • Resources for Families
    March 08, 2021

    Children’s Resources: Veterinary Nutrition

    This children’s resource explores the field of veterinary nutrition and includes information on the importance of macronutrients and micronutrients in food, as well as ideas for tasty treats for your pet!

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  • Resources for Families
    February 22, 2021

    Children’s Resources: Veterinary Radiology

    This children’s resource explores the field of veterinary radiology and includes medical images of animals as well as an activity for making an x-ray light board right in your own home!

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  • Resources for Families
    February 01, 2021

    Children’s Resources: Veterinary Pathology

    Veterinary pathologists are trained to diagnose diseases by examining tissues, bodily fluids, and analyzing lab results. This children’s resource explores the field of veterinary pathology and includes information about different types of diagnostic tests as well as ideas for recreating a scientific lab in your own home!

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  • Resources for Families
    January 15, 2021

    Children’s Resources: Veterinary Microbiology

    This week’s children’s resource explores the field of veterinary microbiology and includes information about different types of pathogens as well as an activity on how germs spread!

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  • Behavior
    January 15, 2021

    Prepare Your Dog for Post-Quarantine Life

    As restrictions begin to loosen, some dogs may struggle to adjust to life after quarantine. If you’re facing a return to work, here are some ways to make the transition easier.

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