PET RESOURCES - General
of the United States
PET RESOURCES - First Aid / Emergency Care
Speciality Care / Veterinary Care
(855) 764-7661 is a 24-hour animal poison control service available throughout the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean for pet owners and veterinary professionals who require assistance with treating a potentially poisoned pet. The have the ability to help every poisoned pet, with all types of poisonings, 24 hours a day. Their knowledge and expertise of pet poisons will put your mind at ease when dealing with a potential emergency.
In order to provide this critical service, please be advised that there is a $49 per incident fee, payable by credit card. This fee covers the initial consultation as well as all follow-up calls associated with the management of your case. *Fee/rate valid at time of posting (Aug 2015)
Got a Poison Emergency? Call (888) 426-4435
The ASPCA Animal Poison Control hotline is your best resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24
hours a day, 365 days a year. If you think that your pet may have
ingested a potentially poisonous substance, call (888) 426-4435. A $65 consultation fee may be applied to your credit card.
Las Vegas Veterinary
Emergency & Critical Care
VE&CC provides the only fully staffed, dedicated 24 hour emergency and
critical care facility in Las Vegas.
Their highly trained doctors, including Nevada's
only board certified emergency and critical care specialist, are there 24
hours a day to make sure your pet gets the best and most immediate care
possible. They can be reached at(702) 262-7070 or visit them at 8650 W. Tropicana Avenue, Ste. B-104 Las Vegas, NV 89147 (corner of S. Durango & W. Tropicana). Las Vegas Veterinary Specialty Center is a
specialty practice comprised of board certified and residency trained
doctors, licensed veterinary technicians, and support teams who are
highly trained in Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Oncology, Surgery,Ophthalmology, and Physical Rehabilitation. This center is located next door to the VE&CC above at8650 W. Tropicana Avenue, Ste. B-107, Las Vegas, NV 89147 (corner of S. Durango & W. Tropicana).
To schedule a consultation with a specialist, call
Pet First Aid App
- Be prepared to act when your pet needs help! Download this fabulous
app by the American Red Cross for your iPhone and Android device from
the iTunes or Google Play app stores.
PET RESOURCES - Credit for Vet Costs
Credit Card specifically
for Veterinary Costs
Because pets are part of the family.
When your pet suffers, so do you. That's where a CareCredit healthcare credit card comes in.
CareCredit is designed to specifically cover health, beauty
and wellness needs including veterinary costs. That means that
CareCredit can cover the health care of every family member - even the
You can use CareCredit over and over either for
follow-up visits with your veterinarian or to pursue the pet dentistry
you've wanted. Whether it's an everyday checkup or an emergency surgery,
CareCredit offers you special financing options, so you can worry about the
important stuff. You know, like playing fetch and learning new tricks.
Apply for CareCredit today.
PET RESOURCES - Special Needs Care
'Living with Blind Dogs' is the only published resource book on this topic. It embodies helpful hints from dozens of blind-dog owners, as well as years of ophthalmic nursing, veterinary, and dog training experiences. Both the veterinary community and dog owners alike continue to praise this text, in which Levin successfully answers the common question: "What do I do now?"
PET RESOURCES - Pet Safety Guide
by Lora Morris
This comprehensive pet safety guide includes
chapters on food safety for pets, pet-proofing, and natural disaster prep for
pet owners. Specifically, you will find the following:
PET RESOURCES - Pet Loss / Grief Support
© 1998 Steve and Diane Bodofsky.
Reserved. Reposted by Permission.
PET RESOURCES - Charity & Rescue
Donate To An Animal Charity
When it comes to caring for animals, it is extremely important for people to do their part, no matter how small it might be. There are large numbers of animals that are tragically abused and neglected, or abandoned entirely, and while not everyone is at liberty to volunteer regularly at a shelter or a charity, we can still help in several other ways. For example, spread awareness by talking to other people about helping animals, make a donation to your local animal shelter, or adopt a homeless animal. Donating and volunteering with animals can be very rewarding; the best part is knowing that our actions have made a significant impact on another’s life. Get started today by finding a charity among the links attached to donate to or volunteer with. This article is provided by Action Donation Services® who supports the efforts of many qualified animal and humane societies dedicated to helping animals by processing donated cars, boats, RVs, Trucks and heavy equipment to benefit worthy animal charities
This "Resource" was discovered by & recommended to Lisa by a group of fabulous young people at a local community center who love animals and want to make a difference each day. I'm so proud of them and so thankful for their help & support. Keep up the wonderful work. You all are amazing!
For more information on "Giving & Rescue" in Las Vegas,