Pet Care Information

Client Information Handouts Collage of 10 photos of pets sharing the love with family and friends. Across the top are a Golden retriever with a mouthful of toys, a young woman holding a Golden retriever puppy, A dog standing on a sofa peering out the drapes waiting for the owner to come home, close up on an orange tabby cat, young woman holding an orange cat backlit, a very senior dog napping in a flower bed, second row of photos is a Bernese Mountain dog, view of young boy and dog through hands making a heart frame, toddler holding a grey tabby kitten, and close up on golden retriever puppy
Our pets are our friends and family members. These Information Handouts are to help you take the best care possible of your pets.

 

 Client Information for Pet Care

 

The Animal Clinic at Thorndale has a vast library of useful Client Information Handouts. We have revised and updated them and our complete library is available on our website. Please scroll and click on the desired Client Information Handout topic below and you will be directed to the Table of Contents page for that category. Information Handouts are then listed alphabetically by title on the Table of Content Pages for Dog Owners, Cat Owners, and Information About Medications. Click on the title of the article you wish to read and it will appear in a new window.

Alternatively, you can type a few key words into the “Search…” box on the top of our right hand menu bar, located just under our logo.  Click Submit. A list of related articles containing your key words will appear. Click on those articles you wish to read. They will each open in a new window.

Dog Owner Information

Cat Owner Information

Information About Medications Commonly Dispensed by Veterinarians

Other Topics of General Interest:

General Information on Spay, Neuter, and Microchips

Some useful information if you plan to spay, neuter or microchip your pet. Click here for more information.

Common Parasites in Pets

They creep us out, make our skin crawl and some are just plain disgusting. Learn everything you ever wanted to know about the most common parasites that could affect the health of your pets and possibly even you! Click here for more information.

Vaccines for Pets

Each year when we bring our pets in for their annual wellness visits they get a physical exam, possibly some bloodwork run and their all important vaccinations. But just what vaccines are really necessary? Why are some more important than others? Why do some vaccines last for only a year while others for longer? It can be a lot to absorb at one time, especially when being bombarded with all the information you typically receive while visiting the veterinarian. To help simplify the topic of your pets and their vaccines we have provided a quick refresher on what vaccines are available and why they are an integral part in keeping your pets healthy. Click here for more information.

Home Dental Care

What can you do at home to help prevent the build up of tartar, periodontal disease and bad breath?  Click here to read a list of suggestions.