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Pet Health Resources

We are committed to providing you with the latest in pet health information. This information is for educational purposes only to help you understand your pet’s healthcare needs. Please contact us directly for specific concerns about your pet.

Pet Health Checker

A tool to help you decide if your pet’s symptoms require veterinary attention and how quickly that attention is needed.

Pet Health Library

Over 1200 articles professionally written and updated by practice experts and reviewed by practitioners to bring you the most up-to-date high-quality client information.

How-To Videos

A series of helpful short videos on dog and cat care.

Pet Parent Resources

We recommend that you always contact your family veterinarian or the Veterinary Emergency Clinic of York Region when you have questions or concerns regarding the health of your pet. The internet can provide some great information, but your family veterinarian should be your most trusted source of family pet health care.

Pet Health Care Information

Pet Loss

Pet Loss Support Hotline (University of Guelph) 1-519-824-4120 x53694

Telephone support service with volunteers who listen to pet owner’s feelings and concerns surrounding the loss of a pet. They will also provide emotional support and resource information. Phone line volunteers are University of Guelph students and are not licensed veterinarians and counselors, so they cannot provide medical information or crisis intervention.