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- Animal Science.com
- BioMed image archive
A collection of medical, dental and veterinary images for use in teaching
- Compassion Without Borders
Founded in 2001, this organization works to alleviate the suffering of unwanted companion animals in Mexico and other low resource regions. Volunteer opportunities are available, and the group accepts donations of veterinary medical supplies.
- Hospital Web site
Long Beach Animal Hospital - An example of a very informative web site. Check out the medical services link then go to one of the species links. The dogs and cats links are especially good.
Check out the Veterinary Economics hospital of the year virtual tour.
- Image Database
Select one or more search categories and view the Washington State University, College of Veterinary Medicine image database.
- International Veterinary Information Service (IVIS)
A not-for-profit organization established to provide information to veterinarians, veterinary students, and animal health professionals world wide.
- Internet Vet
A free teach yourself tutorial on Internet information skills for vets from the UK. It may be an interesting addition to your list of 'Favorites'.
- Martindale's - The Virtual Veterinary Center
- NetVet & the Electronic Zoo
NetVet & the Electronic Zoo originate from the vivid imagination and late night web-surfing of Dr. Ken Boschert, a Veterinarian at Washington University's Division of Comparative Medicine, located in St. Louis, Missouri.
- Rural Area Veterinary Services
The Humane Society of the United States' Rural Area Veterinary Services (RAVS) is a non-profit program that brings free veterinary services to under-served rural communities. In 2005, the program's four full-time veterinarians, and more than 700 volunteers, provided veterinary care for animals in over 80 communities.
- Searchable Database Of Funded Research
The American Kennel Club's Canine Health Foundation maintains a listing of grants made for research into animal health issues. You can search by disease, institution, breed, researcher, etc. There is also a listing of requests from researchers for samples and clinical trials.
- The Sports Medicine Program
The faulty from Auburn University's College of Veterinary Medicine is involved in studying injuries, diseases, nutritional factors and physiologic functions of dogs and horses involved in field sports and working endeavors.
- Therapeutic Techniques
Small animal diagnostic and therapeutic techniques demonstrated and explained by Dr. Cheryl R Dhein of Washington State University. Note: A few of the links require a user name and password. Use guest for both. In some cases I had to enter it four times before the system let me in.
- University of California Center for Animal Alternatives
The UC Center for Animal Alternatives places special emphasis on disseminating up-to-date information concerning alternatives to using animals in public and private education. It also seeks to provide researchers with information on the most current methods for improving all aspects of animal care, if they do use animals in their work.
- University of Florida - Dept Small Anim Clin Sci
- Vétérinaires sans frontières (france)
- Veterinary Mailing Lists/Listservs
- Veterinary Medicine and Literature
The goal of the Society For Veterinary Medicine And Literature is to read and discuss literature as a way of renewing one's joy in being a veterinarian and a human being and to explore issues encountered in veterinary medicine. Site contains poems, essays, and other offerings; suggestions for books and poems to read; and information about the relationship of literature to human medicine.
- Yahoo - Veterinary Medicine
- Homeowners' Insurance Resource Center
This American Kennel Club (AKC) site contains links to pages about: which breeds are banned by which companies, tips on preventing dog bites, contact information for government representatives and state insurance commissioners. Site also reviews the AKC's national, regional, and state lobbying efforts directed toward legislation pertaining to dogs and dog ownership.
- Office International des Epizooties (OIE)
Objectives of OIE are: to guarantee the transparency of animal disease status world-wide, to collect, analyze and disseminate veterinary scientific information, to provide expertise and promote international solidarity for the control of animal diseases, and to guarantee the sanitary safety of world trade by developing sanitary rules for international trade in animals and animal products.
- Shelter Medicine Program
The Shelter Medicine Program is a collaborative approach between the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and animal shelters, shelter managers, and shelter veterinarians. Among other things their objective is to help improve the quality of life of animals in shelters through improvements in veterinary preventive medicine and management of disease.
- The Alliance for Contraception in Cats and Dogs
The Alliance for Contraception in Cats and Dogs is a collaborative effort to develop and test non-surgical technologies for the humane control of cat and dog overpopulation.
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