Learning Centre


Get me Home – Pets vaccinated at our clinic can be registered online with this program that helps reunite you with your pet if they should go missing. To be able to register, you will need the Rabies tag provided to you at the time of your pet’s Rabies vaccination.

Manitoba Veterinary Medical Association -The Manitoba Veterinary Medical Association is the professional organization of the province’s veterinarians. We are an independent, non-profit entity that is dedicated to the excellence of the veterinary profession.

Canadian Veterinary Medical Association -The CVMA is the national and international voice for Canada’s veterinarians, providing leadership and advocacy for veterinary medicine.

World Small Animal Veterinary Association -The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) is an association of associations, whose membership is made up of veterinary organisations from all over the world, which are concerned with companion animals. Currently there are 96 member and affiliate associations, representing over 158,000 individual veterinarians from around the globe. Their mission statement – “To advance the health and welfare of companion animals worldwide through an educated, committed and collaborative global community of veterinary peers.”

Veterinarians Without Borders – Their mission is to work for, and with communities (domestically and internationally) in need to foster the health of animals, people and the environments that sustain us. That is what they call an ecosystem approach to health. Ecohealth: one health for everyone, everywhere.

Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Do you have questions about animal health, medications, therapies, surgery, behavior, or safety? Veterinary Partner provides reliable, up-to-date animal health information from the veterinarians and experts of the Veterinary Information Network (VIN), the world’s first and largest online veterinary database and community.

For information on Cat and Dog Health and Accident Insurance Programs,
visit Pet Secure Insurance and 24PetWatch.

The Indoor Pet Initiative – This website is supported by The Ohio State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. It uses the most up-to-date science to educate both veterinarians and pet owners, with a specific focus on creating an optimal environment for your pet to thrive.

Winn Feline Foundation – The Winn Feline Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports research into improving the lives of cats. It has a wealth of information on cat health on its site, some of which is based on research its grants have supported.

Pets & Parasites:Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC); A Canadian perspective – worms and germs – This University of Guelph blog is put together by Drs. Scott Weese and Maureen Anderson of the Ontario Veterinary College’s Centre for Public Health and Zoonoses. It focuses on infectious diseases in pets, with a large emphasis on zoonotic diseases (diseases that can be passed to humans from other species).

ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) Poison Control Centre – Is this plant toxic? What people foods should I avoid feeding my pet? I think my pet has a fever, should I give it Aspirin? These are some of the questions that can be answered. It also has a Pet Loss Center, Pet Food Recall news feed and many more resources; It’s good information from an organization out to do good in the world.

Shedding light on behaviour – Dr Sophia Yin. Dr Yin was a world-renowned pioneer in the field of veterinary behaviour, and at the forefront of a humane approach to handling and training animals that emphasizes force free positive reinforcement to reduce their fears and anxieties. Sadly, the world lost this bright light in 2014.

Partners in Animal Health – The College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University holds a leadership position in academic veterinary medicine.

Cat Info – a website created by Dr. Lisa Pierson D.V.M., provides an interesting overview on cat nutrition and needs from her perspective.

Association for Pet Obesity Prevention – The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP) has launched campaigns to fight pet obesity within the veterinary medical community, veterinary schools, and state and local veterinary organizations, and has reached out to various media outlets. They are made up of dedicated veterinarians and veterinary healthcare personnel who are committed to making the lives of dogs, cats, all other animals and people healthier and more vital. APOP was founded in 2005 by veterinarian Dr. Ernie Ward, a competitive Ironman triathlete, certified personal trainer, and accredited USA Triathlon coach. A key component of APOP’s mission is to develop and promote parallel weight loss programs designed to help pet owners lose weight alongside their pets