The Veterinary Partner website provides pet owners with information about general pet health and care, nutrition, behavior, first aid and emergency preparedness, medications and various medical conditions. Whatever you’re looking for, if it’s information that will make your pet happier and healthier, you’ll find it here! Try browsing around in the Pet Connection with nationally syndicated pet expert and author Gina Spadafori. You can even submit your question to be answered by a veterinary professional.
Pet Health Network is dedicated to the health and well-being of your dogs and cats. This website features a community of people who have dogs and cats as part of their families. The group provides comprehensive and trustworthy information to ensure your four-legged family members live long, happy and healthy lives. Visitors can access a wealth of information to help keep their pets healthy, and a community where people who love their pets go to share ideas, stories, pictures, and more.
Congratulations on becoming a new pet parent! This website contains savings and tips on how to train your new pet and how to get the most out of the relationship and bond you’ll soon form with your new four-legged family member. There is a separate section for dogs and cats. Visit the website for more information.
This is an excellent online resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The ASPCA’s Animal Poison Control Center provides a helpful quick reference list of common plants that are known to be poisonous to pets. It also provides further information regarding symptoms and the degree of toxicity.
Operation WildLife is the largest publicly funded wildlife clinic in Kansas, according to Kansas Wildlife and Parks Statistics. The organization receives thousands of wild animals each year, with release rates averaging 69%, 20% higher than the national average. They have been providing rehabilitation and veterinary services to injured and orphaned wild animals in northeast Kansas for almost 20 years. Visit the Operation Wildlife website to learn more about their work and how you can support this worthy cause.
Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s pet diet information center is a resource that was created to help pet owners choose a food that is a good fit for their pets. Information in the tables provided on the website include protein, fat, fiber, and when available carbohydrate, calcium, phosphorus, and sodium content. These values can help compare different diets, and to evaluate how well a food meets a particular animal’s dietary needs. Visit the website for more information.
Veterinary Nutritional Consultations, Inc. is an independent consulting group for professionals in the practice of veterinary medicine and individual pet owners seeking nutritional advice. Find information on homemade diets, access a nutritional library or request your own nutritional consultation.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition is dedicated to helping pets reach their full potential through quality nutrition and healthcare. They offer a wide range of quality pet foods to help animals maintain a healthy and nutritious diet. The Hill’s Pet Nutrition website contains information about their products as well as a number of other helpful resources for pet owners.
Dr. Hunthausen has been a behavior consultant who has been working with dogs, cats and the people who share their lives since 1982. Help is available for all types of behavior problems including house breaking problems, destructive chewing, aggression, phobias, separation anxiety, unruliness and many more. Consultations can be scheduled at the hospital or in the home. Learn more about the available services and how you can schedule an appointment by visiting the website.
Woof’s Play & Stay is a family-owned dog daycare, boarding and grooming facility. They aim to provide top-notch care in a state-of-the-art facility with all of the care, services and amenities needed to help your pet to feel right at home. Next time you’re planning a trip out of town, why not count on Woof’s Play & Stay to step in and give you the peace of mind you need to enjoy your trip. Your companion will be in excellent hands!
Christine Evans is a true pet lover with passion for working with dogs. She has been a professional pet sitter since 2001 and has been training dogs since 2003 after going through Petsmart’s certification program in dog training. She is a strong proponent of gentle and positive training techniques and tools. Visit the website to learn more about the available services and how you and your pet can benefit.
With over 35 years grooming experience, Empire Pets offers professional grooming, a full line of collars, leashes, toys and apparel. They like to consider themselves “gourmet” groomers. They are dedicated to helping your pet enjoy it’s grooming experience, providing each pet with a individualized experience and a personal touch. They even offer grooming for older dogs and dogs with disabilities.
The city of Shawnee has information and links regarding management of lost and found animals, nuisance wildlife, city ordinances and city pet licensing.
Olathe animal control unit has links to pet adoptions, lost and found pet information, animal control, dealing with sick and injured wildlife, city licensing and city ordinances.
Lenexa has indications for when to contact animal control. Those include lost or found pet reports, sick and injured wildlife, and animal related complaints. They also have links to animal licensing and ordinances.
The town of Eudora has a link to a complete document with animal licensing and animal ordinance information. Please note that stray animals in Eudora are taken to the Lawrence Animal Shelter.
Bonner Springs has an animal control officer who can help provide information regarding stray pets, nuisance animals, and live trap lending. There are links to regulations and pet registrations as well.
Broadmore Kennels in Shawnee offer boarding and grooming for dogs and cats. Broadmore is a family owned and run business purchased in 2007. They’ll make your pets feel safe and loved while you’re away, provide day care for pets in need of some fun and play, and groom both your cats and dogs when needed.
Visit this page of the Hill’s website to print coupons for prescription and non-prescription Hill’s products for dogs and cats. Coupons are redeemable here and at stores that carry Hill’s Science Diet food. By setting up on an account with Hill’s you can receive future discount coupons as well.
Do you want to know how many dogs and cats are tested positive in your area for diseases spread by ticks, mosquitoes, or the feces of other animals? Click on this interactive map to evaluate numbers in your county.
Pet Health Network is looking out for you and your family with tips for parasite and disease prevention, ways you can test your preventative health prowess, questions to ask your veterinarian about preventative health screenings and prevalance maps of some of the most common pet health infections.
Traveling or moving with your pets? Find all the information you need right here.
Catvets.com provides resources tailored to cat friendly and cat only households. The comprehensive resource articles differentiate the cat from other species by teaching pet owners how to meet their social needs, identify when they are sick, reduce stress related to veterinary visits and many more. Perimeter Veterinary Center meets the criteria to be a certified “Cat Friendly” practice.