Effective March 2022: ONE person may accompany their pet into the hospital for appointments with a doctor. Technician Appointments, Technician Drop offs, Cardiology Drop offs and ALL Food and Medication Pick ups may also be done in person, BUT Please call when you arrive to ensure that we can accommodate you in our lobby. We will continue to offer a Curbside option for all services. Masks are required at all times.

Useful Links

Sites We Recommend

Here are a few of the sites around the web that we recommend:

The American Kennel Club Home Page: An excellent resource for dog owners and lovers.

Cat Fanciers Web Site: Cat lovers and owners can find much at this online cat-oriented community.

The ASPCA poison control website. The best resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

AAHA Healthy Pet Home Page: An organization of more than 17,000 veterinary care providers committed to giving you excellence in small animal care.

AVMA Care for Pets Home Page: Brought to you by the American Veterinary Medical Association, this site is a great resource.

Net Vet and Electronic Zoo: A fun source of much information about all species of animals.

Veterinary Nutritional Consultations: For a fee this group of trained veterinary nutrition experts will consult on any dietary issue including the formulation of complete and balanced homemade diets

Community Animal Rescue Effort (CARE): C.A.R.E. is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization dedicated to caring for the homeless animals at the Evanston Animal Shelter.

Can’t bear to send your pet to the kennel while you are away? Petswelcome.com claims more than 25000 listings of pet friendly travel accommodations. You can search by city or state. There are also listings for emergency clinics, pet sitters and kennels.

For help in providing for your pet in your estate plan or just information about providing for your pets future without you, visit the Humane Society of United States for more information.

Companion Animal Memorial Fund We donate to this fund monthly. For your information.

The Indoor Cat Initiative is a web site with a wealth of information about enhancing the quality of life for our feline friends.

Information about feline health topics from Cornell University