Helpful Veterinary Links
Veterinary Veterinary Links
Google Scholar -a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines.
A Sample of our Digital Normals DVD- If you are wondering about the content of our CDs and Normals digital DVD here is a short video of the basic format of our Normals DVD. Learn what the normal organs look like so you can determine when you happen upon an abnormal presentation. You can pick up the CD/digital DVD trilogy on our products page and increase your scanning mojo. :)
SonoPath's Complete Video Library- Our own library of helpful instructional videos. (*For SonoPath community members only) Enjoy!
Canine Planar Anatomy - Need help with anatomy? take a look at this site.
Veterinary articles that make you go "Hmmmmm..."
Smoke Signals - If you smoke, your cat may be at risk for developing cancer. Oral and intestinal cancers top this list.
PubMed - Additional Resources
AAFP- American Association of Feline Practitioners. Organization dedicated to Feline Health and Wellness. Access vaccine guidelines and senior care including pain management.
AAHA- Canine Vaccine Guidelines, wellness care and pain management guidelines
CSI.Heska.com- Free on line CE when offered.
Website with information on how to diagnosis and treat Tritrichomonas. Excellent video showing morphological differences between Giardia and Tritrichomonas. https://cvm.ncsu.edu/research/labs/clinical-sciences/intestinal-pathogens-research/
(Iodine Cafe) North West Nuclear Medicine for Animals- A wonderful I 131 center. Lots of good information for practitioners and cat owners regarding radioactive iodine therapy.
instruction.cvhs.okstate.edu/jcfox/htdocs/clinpara/clinpara.htm- OSU Parasitology Teaching Resources. Free website.
Itchnot.com– Great dermatology web site (Free website) developed by Dr Hnilica. Check out Top 50 diseases seen by small animal practitioners. Great starting point for developing Practice Sop’s
IVAPM- Great organization and list serve for those practitioners looking to excel at pain management (Fee associated).
IVIS.org- free on line vet library to registered users.
John Hopkins Department of Molecular and Comparitive Biology Pathology Services- Pathology on biopsy and necropsy specimens are performed as a referral service to veterinary practitioners. Board certified Veterinary Pathologists and veterinarians in the residency and postdoctoral training program review all cases.
netvet.wustl.edu/vet.htm- Veterinary Resources contains lots of web links for veterinarians. This site has not been updated in many years. Education links are outdated but other good resources still applicable.
Newvaccinationprotocols.com/index.htm- good website that explains changes to canine vaccine guidelines.
partnersah.vet.cornell.edu- Feline videos including subcutaneous fluid administration, giving pills, insulin injections (free website)
Petsandparasites.com- Dedicated to educating veterinarians and the public on the risks of zoonotic transmission of parasites.
Sonopath.com- Excellent for ultrasound and general veterinary medicine. (fee and non-fee associated)
sonovet.us- Excellent veterinary ultrasound website for general practitioners. Sign up for the case of the month. (Free)
VASG.org- anesthesia and pain management site including all drugs used in anesthesia and pain management. (Free website)
Vetfolio.com- A great veterinary interactive resource for preparing for NAVLE, ABVP, ECVIM, and related specialties.
Vet.osu.edu/indoorcat.htm- Free website developed by Ohio State to educate veterinarians and cat owners on Idiopathic Cystitis and environmental changes. With a link for how to change cats from dry food to wet.
Vin.com- the go to service for every small animal practitioner. (Fee associated)
What To Do With Obese Cats From A Multiple Cat Household? - Check out this website.
cal.vet.upenn.edu/ Computer added learning program from University of Pennsylvania Free education from blood smears to surgical prep.
CE courses, message boards, etc: www.vspn.org
instruction.cvhs.okstate.edu/jcfox/htdocs/clinpara/clinpara.htm OSU Parasitology Teaching Resources. (Free website)
Feline restraint devices: www.veterinaryconcepts.com
http://JodyGookin.com Website with information on how to diagnosis and treat Tritrichomonas. Excellent video showing morphological differences between Giardia and Tritrichomonas.
National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America: www.navta.net
New Jersey Veterinary Technicians and Assistants: www.njvta.com
OSHA training and numerous other courses, many of them free: www.vetmedteam.org
Learn about parasites from diagnosis to treatment: Petsandparasites.com
www.catvets.com/healthtopics- AAFP site dedicated to educating the public on Feline health care.
Marvistavet.com- This site from Dr Brooks has a wonderful information library for the public information from Chemotherapy to IBD.
partnersah.vet.cornell.edu- feline videos including subcutaneous fluid administration, giving pills, insulin injections.
Petsandparasites.com- Every dog and cat owner should visit this site to be educated on contagious parasites from pets.
Veterinarypartners.com- Free for pet owners. Contains lots of information about veterinary diseases and therapy. Make sure you are familiar with these topics before sending your clients to this website.
Vet.osu.edu/indoorcat.htm Every cat owner should visit this site.
Y2spay.com- education site on why we should advocate spays and neuters.