Pet Owners Newsroom
Effective January 1, 2012 – Dogs, cats and ferrets in Washington are required to be vaccinated against rabies. WAC 246-100-197 (3)
Dental health for your animal
Pseudoephedrine can be deadly to pets
Sweetener Xylitol toxic to dogs
AVMA’s Disease Precautions for Outdoor Enthusiasts and Their Companion Animals - This reference guide is intended to be a general guide about diseases that outdoor enthusiasts (such as campers, canoers/kayakers, backpackers and hikers) and their companion animals may encounter.
Advice on the safe use of flea and tick products in pets - AVMA
At-home hospice care offered for pets - by ERIC WILKINSON / KING 5 News
Internet info doesn't replace reliable veterinary care - USA Today
Tips for choosing the right day care for your dog - Chicago Tribune
Veterinarians Warn Pet Owners about Summer Plants and Substances Poisonous to Dogs and Cats
Web site launched to create greater awareness of diabetes in pets.
Zoonotic disease risks for hunters - General guide about zoonotic diseases that hunters and their hunting dogs may encounter.
Cold Weather Tips
The WSVMA wants DVMs and pet owners to be ready for the upcoming winter. In the wake of last winter, here are some cold weather tips for keeping your clients and pets healthy. (more)
Resources on horse issues for owners
The Horse.com. The electronic version of The Horse Magazine, The Horse.com, has an article on its web site about horse neglect.
American Horse Council
The American Horse Council in conjunction with USDA, sponsored a June 18 forum on unwanted horses. The news release is available under Newsroom/Publications. Also at the "Newsroom/Publications" link on AHC's web site, horse owners can order a care and handling handbook for $10, Care and Handling Guidelines for the Horse Owner.
American Veterinary Medical Association FAQ’s
British VMA: Avian Influenza In Cats And Other Mammals
Center for Disease Control
Pandemic Flu Resources
Facts About Canine Influenza
Washington State Veterinary Medical Association
8024 Bracken Pl SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065
Phone: (425) 396-3191, FAX: (425) 396-3192, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org