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Veterinary Resources

Vista Veterinary Specialists
7425 Greenhaven Drive, Sac, CA 95831
(Off I-5 in the Pocket area)
916-231-4445

(Our Referral for 24/7 Emergency Care)


Pet Poison Helpline

An animal poison control center based out of Minneapolis, is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for pet owners and veterinary professionals that require assistance treating a potentially poisoned pet. The staff provides treatment advice for poisoning cases of all species, including dogs, cats, birds, small mammals, large animals and exotic species. As the most cost-effective option for animal poison control care, Pet Poison Helpline’s fee of $39.00 per incident includes follow-up consultations for the duration of the treatment time. Pet Poison Helpline is available in North America by calling 800-213-6680. Additional information can be found online at www.petpoisonhelpline.com.

Animal Poison Control Center by the ASPCA

www.aspca.org/pet-care/poison-control/
General information about common toxins that animals may come in contact with. They also have an animal poisoning emergency call number [(888) 426-4435] that can help you if you think that your pet has ingested
something poisonous. There is a $65 fee per case for using this pet poison helpline.

City of Elk Grove Animal Services

Elk Grove Animal Service Home Page
This is the animal service home page for Elk Grove. It has a lot of good information including EG animal control, city licensing requirements, and form download.

Lost & Found Pets

Click Here

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Information

Click to appy for a 50% off voucher

 

Local Pet Adoptions

Click Here

Trupanion

Pet Poison Info from Trupanion

You can find many items in your cupboards, garage, garden, even your everyday purse or briefcase that could be poisonous to your pet. This provides curious cats and dogs easy access to items that can cause serious harm to them. In fact, we searched our database and found thousands of cases of pets poisoned by common household items and paid over $1.3 million toward toxicity claims for cats and dogs.

Pet First Aid Checklist from Trupanion

Trupanion wants to make sure you are ready when your pet needs you, so we’ve pulled together a list of essential items for your pet first aid kit. Keep the items together in a toolbox or other case and make sure they are easily accessible.

Sacramento Area Animal Coalition

www.sacanimal.org
SAAC manages a program for low cost spaying ad neutering of owned cats and dogs, as well as a program for feral cat colonies. Click on to their page for information on how to acquire a voucher if you qualify. KFVP is the only hospital in Elk Grove taking owner pet vouchers; and 1 of only 2 hospitals taking feral cat vouchers.

Karla's Pet Care

www.karlaspetcare.com
Professional pet sitting services provided by a local Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT)! This is great for all those pets out there with medical needs. [Check out her services page on the website to see the other services Karla will do for you while you're away!]

Home Safety for Pet Owners

Pet Safety Guide

Pet Parents

www.petparents.com

A website sponsored by Bayer to support the human-animal bond.  Look up articles, news topics, Bayer product promos and rebates, sign up for monthly reminders to give your pet's prevention every 30 days, and more!

Pet Place

www.petplace.com
This website has numerous veterinary reviewed, health related articles on dogs and cats.

Pet Health Network

www.pethealthnetwork.com

Answers from veterinarians about your pet's health, behavior, and care.

Veterinary Partner

www.veterinarypartner.com
Another web site with veterinarian reviewed articles and resources.

Virbac Animal Health

www.virbacpet.com
Another web site with veterinary information for you and your pet(s).

Companion Animal Parasite Council

www.capcvet.org

The Companion Animal Parasite Council website gives you information on zoonotic diseases (problems that pass from pets to people).  As a veterinary hospital, we use CAPC guidelines to help us build our policies and recommendations for the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control of parasitic infections in your pets.

Kitty Test

www.kittytest.com

A website with information on cat-related diseases (FeLV, FIV, and heartworm).  You can see what diseases are in your zip code.

Dogs and Ticks

www.dogsandticks.com

A website with information about vector-borne diseases (heartworm, ehrlichiosis, Lyme, anaplasmosis).  You can see what diseases are in your zip code.

House Rabbit Society

www.rabbit.org
This is a great site for information about rabbits, including husbandry and feeding recommendations. There is also a section for rabbit adoption.

Petfinder

www.petfinder.com
If you are looking to adopt a cat, dog, bunny, or other furry friend check this site...these animals need homes!

Pet Food Info

UC IPM Weed Photo Gallery

www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/weeds_intro.html

Have something growing in your yard and you don't know if it's safe for your pets, check out The UC IPM Weed Photo Gallery.  This link includes many, but not all, weed species commonly found in California farms and landscapes.