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Beaver Lake Animal Hospital
26325 SE 39th Street
Issaquah, WA 98029
(425)557-0752


Beaver Lake Animal Hospital

26325 SE 39th Street
Issaquah, WA 98029

(425)557-0752

beaverlakeah.com

 

Links

Here is a list of our favorite external links about dogs, cats and veterinary care.  Click on the Logo, Icon, Picture or highlighted text to take you to the site.We hope this list helps you. If you have suggestions about other sites to include, send email to Beaverlakeahmail@aol.com

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Pet Owner information from WSU

Includes good anatomical information from Washington State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Clear images and simple explanations on the anatomy of the cat or dog.

 


Understanding your pet's epilepsy
Excellent, thorough client reference site. Affiliated with the Veterinary School at the University of Missouri at Columbia, this site reviews canine seizure disorders, treatment, history and more.

 


 

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This is the American Animal Hospital Association web site for pet owners


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Help senior dogs in their final years. 


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This is the home page for the ASPCA.


 
 

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Chronic Renal Failure is common in older cats.  This site was created to make the search for information faster and easier for people with CRF cats.

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This site has information about behavior as well as information on puppy aptitude tests and what to prepare for before bringing a new puppy home. 




 Register your pet. 

Found Pet Report



              

Avid was the microchip company we used until Oct 2013.  This is a link about the chip and also a locator for lost or found pets via PetTrac.



 

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The American Kennel Club web site has information on breeds, buying a puppy, breeder referral, canine good citizens, DNA testing and more.

 
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Check this AKC page before buying a puppy.

 
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This AKC page will connect you to breed rescue organizations.  There are many fantastic dogs that can be obtained through rescue. 

Did you know that I give a free first examination for any rescue dog if presented within 2 working days of adoption? 

Just ask.


 
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The Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue Organization is a fantastic place to find a new pet and to find individuals that go out of their way to help pets of their chosen breed.

 
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This is a library of pet health diseases.

 
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Traveling with your pet?  The USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service has prepared guidelines, requirements and hints for a safe trip.


 

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This organization provides educational information, internet resources, personal experiences, and support for owners of diabetic pets.

 It is a .com now.


 

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A premier site for pet nutrition advice and homemade diets from veterinary nutritionists.  PetDIETS.com is designed for pet owners interested in learning more about their dog and cat's nutrition from veterinary nutritionists, and for those seeking guidance on how best to feed their pet from experienced veterinarians specializing in pet nutrition.

 

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If you click on the WSU icon, it will take you only to the main WSU site.  If you click on the pets/health topics, it will take you to the desired site.  Detailed, well presented information for pet owners on procedures (administering ear medications, clipping nails, etc.), common problems (coughing, diarrhea, etc.), diseases and miscellaneous health care topics. Put together by Washington State University, College of Veterinary Medicine.

 


 

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This is a great link for pets and kids, including things to consider about before getting a pet before or after you have kids.

 


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This is a link to Ian Dunbar's handouts on behavior problems in pets. 

Problems addressed include Housetraining, Destructive Chewing, Excessive Barking, Digging, Home Alone, Puppy Biting, Fear of People, Dogs & Children, Fighting, Hyper Dog, Pulling on Leash, Come-Sit-Down-Stay,  Kitty Training


 


 

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This is a link to a site that offers a book written by one of my now late but was a long time clients, Pam Bartlett.  The site offers much information about Pam and the book. She is has been a coach for women and is holds a Masters degree in Educational Psychology.  We still love you Pam.