The internet is a wealth of information – so much so that sometimes locating quality websites can be challenging. That’s why our staff has taken the time to find a few links to share with you that we think you’ll find helpful:
American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) seeks to enhance the abilities of veterinarians to provide quality medical care to companion animals, to enable veterinarians to successfully conduct their practices and maintain their facilities with high standards of excellence, and to meet the public’s needs as they relate to the delivery of small animal veterinary medicine. The AAHA website contains information about membership, accreditation, a store and a comprehensive library of resources.
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) is a nonprofit association representing more than 82,500 veterinarians working in private and corporate practice, government, industry, academia, and uniformed services. The AVMA acts as a collective voice for its membership and for the profession.
Whether you’re a prospective student, a clinician or a researcher, or are seeking clinical services for your pet or farm animal, you’ll find an innovative and supportive environment at Ohio State’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Established in 1885, the College has graduated more than 7,200 veterinarians and our alumni practice in all 50 states and 59 countries. Their comprehensive referral Veterinary Medical Center admits more than 35,000 animal patients each year representing a wide range of species, including companion, farm and service animals. Learn more by visiting the website.
The Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences has a more than 90 year history of educating leaders in veterinary medicine. Their graduates have been dedicated to having a positive impact on the veterinary medical profession in the State of Texas and beyond. From leading edge discovery in the laboratory to dynamic classroom experiences and the compassionate care provided in our Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, their faculty are committed to emphasizing the important role that veterinary medicine plays in improving animal, human, and environmental health.
The College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University takes seriously its obligation to meet the needs of society in addition to clinical services and education. They have expertise in public health, biomedical and comparative medical research, ecosystem and environmental management, and the multiple facets that compose our complex global food system. CVM also supports key animal health programs conducted by both the Michigan Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine is proud to be affiliated with more than 20 American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)-accredited schools of veterinary medicine. This extensive network of affiliations makes it possible for their students to receive superior education while completing their clinical training in the United States. Their website was designed to provide information about their educational program leading to a DVM degree, descriptions of their facilities and curriculum, and answers to frequently asked questions.
The Veterinary Partner website provides pet owners with information about general pet health and care, nutrition, behavior, first aid and emergency preparedness, medications and various medical conditions. Whatever you’re looking for, if it’s information that will make your pet happier and healthier, you’ll find it here! Try browsing around in the Pet Connection with nationally syndicated pet expert and author Gina Spadafori. You can even submit your question to be answered by a veterinary professional.
Gem City is a dog training club open to all members of the community. They support many dog rescue organizations and hold events for all dog breeds – purebred and mixed breed. To encourage rescue, they provide certificates for one-half off the first class taken when a dog is adopted. Obedience classes from puppy to advanced are offered to the public at their training facility where they train the handler so his or her dog can be a better family pet and companion.
Robyn’s Nest is a non-profit animal rescue and adoption organization located in Miamisburg, Ohio. It is operated by Robyn McGeorge, a registered veterinary technician who graduated with an associate of applied science in veterinary technology in 1994 from Raymond Walters College, University of Cincinnati. She has worked at the same small animal practice since graduation and created Robyn’s Nest June 17, 2005. Robyn’s Nest is an organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of animals through rescue, adoption, and education.
Homeland K-9 Dog Training Academy promises to transform your dog’s behavior in JUST 5 DAYS or your money back. They offer comprehensive dog training for the Dayton and Cincinnati areas. The website claims that once you learn the Academy’s approach to training you’ll be able to transform your dog into a desirable, well-behaved member of the family. Visit the Homeland website to learn more about how they can help and to watch actual videos of training sessions.
Unleashed Agility is a canine agility training facility located in West Chester, OH offering agility classes from the basic beginner level all the way up to the most advanced competition classes. Only positive training methods are used. Unleashed Agility offers agility group class instruction as well as private sessions. Visit their website to learn more about their programs, class schedule, policies and fees and more.
Pups Grow Up, LLC offers training classes for dogs of all ages. They specialize in helping people and pets communicate with kindness. The facility features professional trainers are nationally certified by The Certification Council of Professional Dog Trainers and are professional members of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers. They are highly experienced in training pets, their people and other animal care professionals. Check out the Pups Grow website for more information.
Wagging Tails Pet Services LLC is proud to offer our pet sitting and other transportation services for the southwest Ohio region including Miamisburg, Centerville, Springboro and surrounding areas (South of Dayton). Owned by Allison Schepers, a loving and dedicated individual, we offer quality services at an affordable rate. Do you need someone to check in on your pet while you are at work? Maybe you need to attend a special event and your pet requires attention. Going out of town for a couple of days or a vacation and you need to leave your pet at home? For those occasions we offer friendly services that are comfortable for your pet all in the safe confines of their own homes.
Healing Ears One Dog at a Time
Pets’ ears are delicate and vascular. It can take weeks or longer to get an ear injury to heal because of the persistent ear flapping. This repetitive motion tends to reopen the injury by forcing blood down through the already compromised tissue. The No Flap Ear Wrap is designed with a skeletal system sewn in including a strong plastic spine to stop the wrap from sliding back. This keeps the ears isolated and protected while they heal.
Uses include recovery from hematomas and post-surgery healing, preventing small hematomas from growing sometimes avoiding surgery, healing of knicks and cuts to the ear flap, cheatgrass prevention, and much more.