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We have compiled some helpful websites to give pet owners additional information on veterinary surgeons and other specialists, pet insurance, veterinarian-approved pet health information sites, as well as some devices that we often recommend.


Help-Em Up Harness

Help ‘Em Up Harness is a unique full-body lifting device that assists owners with aging dogs remain active when arthritis, hip dysplasia, muscle loss,…

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Petsthetics is a locally-owned small business started by a human prosthetists eager to help animals. They are dedicated to helping animals stay in motion. Their products are engineered to be among the most advanced solutions available in the animal orthotic industry…

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DogLeggs is dedicated to enhancing the quality of treatment and improving the lives of companion animals. Today, DogLeggs’ products are revolutionizing…

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Veterinary information site

The VeterinaryPartner website is a client-oriented information network covering a variety of common pet conditions, illnesses and diseases. It provides information about a pet’s diagnosis, which is reviewed by veterinarians. Keep in mind the articles may not have been reviewed by a boarded surgeon, so ask your doctor if the recommended treatment is different from your research.

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Pawlicy Advisor

Pawlicy Advisor is the leading independent marketplace for finding the best coverage for your pet at the lowest rate.

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Not One More Vet

Mental health has come to the forefront in veterinary medicine. Veterinary medicine has one of the highest suicide rates as a career. Not One More Vet is a not-for profit that provides help for veterinarians dealing with mental health issues and suicide.

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Veterinary specialists are veterinarians who have advanced training in various veterinary medical and surgical disciplines and are board certified in one or more field. This website has additional information about how a specialist is different from your primary veterinarian.

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American College of Veterinary Surgeons

Veterinary Surgeons are veterinarians who have advanced training in surgery and in diagnosing and treating surgical diseases. It is important for owners to know that while any veterinarian may perform a certain operation, only those who are board-certified are permitted to use the term “surgeon”.

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