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Reliable Websites for Veterinary Care
Revised: March 29, 2018
Published: April 14, 2008

The internet is a wonderful place, but clients go into veterinary clinics every day with new and interesting things they have found on the Web. From diagnosing their own pet’s problem to purchasing items deemed to cure all, we are bombarded with literally thousands of websites and advertisements that profess to know what is best.

Taking the time to research 'who' is really behind a website (and the credentials that make that person a bona fide specialist) is a must for everyone.

Besides Veterinary Partner, how can you choose information sources carefully? Ask your veterinarian for website information that that they trust. Let them be your resource and an informed sounding board.

Other good websites that that you may not know about and have minimal advertising or sponsorship include:

The American Veterinary Medical Association – public section

The education section of ASPCA

The content of this site is owned by Veterinary Information Network (VIN®), and its reproduction and distribution may only be done with VIN®'s express permission.

The information contained here is for general purposes only and is not a substitute for advice from your veterinarian. Any reliance you place on such information is strictly at your own risk.

Links to non-VIN websites do not imply a recommendation or endorsement by VIN® of the views or content contained within those sites.