ASPCA Poison Control Center, an operating division of the ASPCA, is the only animal-oriented poison control center in North America. The center is staffed by veterinarians, including board-certified veterinary toxicologists. The specially-trained staff provides assistance to pet owners and makes specific diagnostic and treatment recommendations to veterinarians pertaining to toxic chemicals and dangerous plants, products or substances 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The ASPCA Poison Control Center can be reached by phone at 1-888-426-4435. There is a fee for their services.
Veterinary Partner is an extension of Veterinary Information Network, which is commonly used by veterinarians for continuing education, case research and communication with other veterinarians across the world. As a pet owner, you can access Veterinary Partner through this link in order to find answers about your pet’s diagnosis or symptoms. The doctors at Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Hospital of Wichita are subscribed to Veterinary Information Network.
Eye Care for Animals is dedicated to providing the finest in veterinary ophthalmology services. Our staff of board-certified ophthalmologists and clinical specialists with more than 200 years combined experience provide the highest level of care, education and understanding to our clients, their pets and our referring veterinarians. We are continually innovating and exploring new technologies to provide the latest in veterinary ophthalmology care.
Emulating the grace and dignity of the human funeral business, Pet Traditions gives you the opportunity to receive the same types of services and treatment as when a human family member passes away. However your family wishes to honor the passing of your pet and whatever arrangements you wish to make for his/her body, the caring professionals at Pet Traditions and your vet care provider can lead you to the right choice.
The Kansas Humane Society (KHS) takes in more than 13,000 animals each year by citizens who are unable or unwilling to care for them. The Humane Society currently finds homes for 70 percent of the animals made available for adoption. Most of the animals it takes in are dogs and cats, but it does accept other small pets such as guinea pigs, rabbits, ferrets and birds. The KHS webpage features photos along with short bios of loving animals in need of a good home. Also featured on the webpage are news and events, educational links for general pet care and ways to contribute to the Kansas Humane Society's campaign!
The American Veterinary Medical Association is a non-profit organization representing more than 76,000 veterinarians across the United States. The AVMA has been working with veterinarians in private and corporate practice, government academia, government, industry and the uniformed services since 1863. The AVMA acts as a collective voice for its members and for the profession.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) was founded in 1866 as the first humane organization in the Western Hemisphere. The society was formed to alleviate the injustices animals faced then, and it continues to battle cruelty today. Whether it's saving a pet who has been accidentally poisoned, fighting to pass humane laws, rescuing animals from abuse or sharing resources with shelters across the country, the ASPCA works toward the day no animal will live in pain or fear. Join the fight today by visiting their webpage. Also get information about pet care, animal behavior, disaster preparedness, ways to donate and more!