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Please note: Our office will be closed on Friday, February 10th, Friday, February 17th, and Friday, March 3rd.

Please contact the Emergency Veterinary Hospital of Ann Arbor in an emergency at (734) 369-6446.

Resources

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Veterinary Resources

The Cat Doctor Of Monroe is aware of the vast amount of information available on the internet. Our team has taken the time and evaluated the following sites. We trust the information the listed websites provide to you, our client, and member of our family.

Helpful Websites

For excellent information regarding everything “CAT” visit:
www.catfriendly.com

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
This website has educational videos on a number of topics.  Use these videos as a learning tool, and please feel free to discuss these topics with our staff.

Cornell Feline Health Center
This website has a number of relevant cat articles and information for cat owners.

5 Simple Steps For Cat-Friendly Carriers
Having trouble getting your cat into their carrier?  View this video for some helpful hints and hopefully a stress-free visit to The Cat Doctor.

Veterinary Partners
As you may already know, there is a lot of veterinary information on the internet. This website has many up-to-date articles written by expert veterinarians from VIN (Veterinary Information Network). VIN is the world’s first and largest online veterinary community and database whose consultants are at the top in their field.  Dr. Scutchfield subscribes to VIN to remain current and to provide our clients and patients with up-to-date medical care. The Veterinary Partner website provides a wide variety of information such as vaccines, commonly used medications, and medical conditions/diseases. You can perform a quick search on a specific topic with their search engine.

Indoor Cat Initiative
The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine website has a number of suggestions to enrich the lives of your cats. The suggestions are aimed at indoor-only cats and suggestions to prevent unwanted behaviors. Our hospital recommends a number of these suggestions and tips to our clients.