Sheffield Veterinary Hospital Links

Web Links

Other Emergency Hospitals in our Area


  • Columbus Veterinary Emergency Service   .
  • Capital Area Referral and Emergency Center
  • Ohio State Small Animal Emergency Service
  • Veterinary Pet Insurance -
  • Home Again Microchip Retrieval System -
  • CareCredit -


 Laser Therapy at Sheffield Veterinary Hospital


Pet Information for the Public



Rescue Groups & Shelters




The American Animal Hospital Association has a Pet Owner site that is informative.

The American Veterinary Medicine Association also has a Pet Owner site that is informative.

Veterinary Partner is a user friendly site with multitudes of searchable information for your pet's health and care.

World Wide Web Virtual Library:  Veterinary Medicine is a selected collection of veterinary medical Internet resources.

Would you like to purchase books on animal behavior and training?  
Try one of these links:

Specializing in All Things Dogs, Dogwise has a plethora of books and other educational items on dogs.

Amazon is a great site for a variety of purchases including animal behavior etc.
(but you should know what you are looking for when you go to their site).




Diseases, Conditions & Treatments

Canine Epilepsy Resource Center

Canine Health Foundation (American Kennel Club)
Lists ongoing research projects on canine diseases.

Care for Animals (American Veterinary Medical Assoc.)

Cornell Feline Health Center Client Information Brochures
Provides a series of online brochures describing topics from general cat care to infectious diseases. Also, consider the Cornell Feline Health Center’s Dr. Louis J. Camuti Memorial Feline Consultation and Diagnostic Service. 1-800-KITTY DR (1-800-548-8937) It is available Monday & Friday from 9am-12noon and 2-4pm EST.  There is a nominal charge for answers to any cat health-related question.

Exotic Pet Vet.Net (Margaret A. Wissman DVM)
Provides health information related to birds, reptiles and other exotic pets.

HealthyPet (American Animal Hospital Association)
“AAHA is well known among veterinarians and pet owners for its standards for hospitals and pet health care.” Features of this site include: Locate an accredited animal hospital near you, find answers to your pet health questions via their Pet Care Library, or their FAQ link, and browse their recommended reading list.

Merck Veterinary Manual Online
“The single most comprehensive electronic reference for animal care information.  Includes over 12,000 indexed topics and over 1200 illustrations.  Rapidly search by topic, species, specialty, disease, and keyword….”  The 2,305-page printed volume of the 8th edition (1998) can also be purchased for quick reference.

Pet Health Topics
Washington State University. College of Veterinary Medicine
A variety of topics related to dog and cat health are arranged into 4 major categories-Procedures, Common Problems, Diseases and Miscellaneous Health Care Topics.

Founded by Dr. Jon Rappaport to provide "an unbiased, authoritative, user-friendly website where pet owners worldwide could go for complete, up-to-date information on all pet issues". It features over 5,000 articles in "libraries" on dogs, cats, fish, small mammals, reptiles, birds and horses.

Maintained by veterinarians, this a very useful site loaded with health news and information about behavior, health, diseases, and drugs related to dogs, cats, birds, horses, and other pets.

Vetinfo: A Veterinary Information Service (Michael Richards DVM)

Johne's Information Center (University of Wisconsin, School of Veterinary Medicine)
"Your definitive source for information on Johne's disease"---the infectious disease of cattle, also known as paratuberculosis.