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Helpful Links

Client education is just as important to us as animal health. We want you to be informed about the products we offer, in addition to common pet problems, diseases, and other veterinary care topics. That's why we've provided the following helpful links as a resource to keep you in the know. Please contact us if you have any questions!

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The American Heartworm Society is dedicated to educating veterinarians and pet owners about heartworm disease, a potentially life-threatening condition for dogs and cats. AHS offers a wealth of useful and engaging resources to teach readers the basics and help them keep their pets safe.

Features articles, videos, maps, and and much more as educational tools for pet owners and veterinarians. Parasites are an ongoing problem and can seriously affect your pet's health. You can also access additional resources through this site, including guidelines, brochures, FAQs and more.

Is your dog taking Nexgard? Are you interested in starting them on Nexgard? Get all the information you need about this easy-to-give chewable flea and tick preventive for dogs.

The American Veterinary Medical Association, or AVMA, is committed to the advancement of veterinary medicine and the professional development of employees in the veterinary field. You can also subscribe to their newsletter and access articles about the latest studies, health hazards, and other relevant information.

A resource for pet owners using Sentinel for their dogs or interested in trying Sentinel. Sentinel is a tasty chewable that protects dogs against fleas, heartworms and other various internal parasites. For complete product information and the latest rebates, visit their website!

OraVet chews are a great way to supplement your dog's daily dental care routine. Check out their website for product information and learn about common oral issues in dogs. Your pet deserves to have a clean mouth and fresh breath. If you're interested in OraVet chews for your pet, let us know!

The University of Rhode Island's Tick Encounter Resource Center is a one-stop shop for all things related to these icky yet fascinating pests.  This site will help you learn the most up-to-date, effective tick-bite prevention techniques.  Plus you can click here to see what ticks are biting right now in our area.

UTCVM is one of only 30 veterinary colleges in the nation, providing opportunities for Tennessee students, while serving pet owners and the livestock industry as well as protecting public health, enhancing medical knowledge and generating economic benefits to the state and nation.

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