Indoor cats can be challenging. Everything from social dynamics, exercising or litter box etiquette can be a place cat owners would like suggestions. These sites can help.
General pet information from companies that are devoted to pet owners can be found on some of the following sites. Rather than consulting Dr. Google, checking in with a site to educate you can be beneficial but be sure to consult with your vet about your findings to help source verify your internet facts.
We are in coordination with an online pet pharmacy for medications. This is a distribution center much like where veterinary offices get their medications from. The reason we recommend this site is because companies will still honor product guarantees from the manufactures because they trust the product will work and is handled properly. This is our way of ensuring those medications are safe and effective for your pets.
Pets are a financial responsibility and not all costs of pet ownership can be anticipated. One means of low to no interest financing can be found in CareCredit. This company gives a working line of credit based on debt-to-income ratio to use for veterinary services (and other health care for humans too.)
Good resources for cattle are found through a lot of universities. Nebraska is a huge state in cattle production. They have great references for artificial insemination or other synchronization programs as well as feeding and grazing information. The USDA and agricultural marketing center can help you keep in touch with what consumers are wanting in the livestock industry.
Ohio also has great resources on raising livestock and the standards that should be met with their care. This site is a great resource for producers to explore some common questions or requirements.
Having a strong relationship with a vet for livestock is going to be increasingly important as judicious antibiotic use regulations continue to develop and change. Understanding and consulting with a veterinarian about your facility is essential. This site can provide general information on some rules and requirements.
We offer services for breeders including semen collection and microscopic evaluation on stud dogs. Cytology or progesterone evaluations on bitches for timing of matings. Radiographs/x-rays for fetal identification, plus OFA hip and elbow evaluations. We also do litter exams, vaccinations, low pain tail docking and dewclaw removal for puppies.
Breeders or pet-owners that want to learn about a specific breed can find a lot of information through this long-trusted organization. The site also has great articles that can give information on all dogs, not just the purebreds. Some of us love a good mixed-breed just as much.
Dr. Schieber has experience with a variety of pocket pets such as guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, leopard geckos, bearded dragons, turtles and snakes. Potbellied or miniature pigs are also treated regularly in the office. Surgery is offered for the above listed animals including birds in some cases. Nails/hoof, teeth, beak and wing trims are offered daily as well.