LINKS & RESOURCES

Mountain Aire Veterinary Hospital, Inc. is here to help you navigate the vast amount of information available on the internet, we are happy to provide the following list of trusted links for interesting and educational postings related to pets and their care.

National Vet Associations/Organizations

Shelters, Rescues & Humane Societies

Nearby Veterinary Hospitals / After Hours Emergency Care

  • Kern County Animal Emergency & Urgent Care (24-hr urgent care): 4300 Easton Drive, Suite #1, Bakersfield CA 93309, ph: 661-322-6019, www.ervets.com
  • McClave Veterinary Hospital (Reseda, CA):www.mcclavevethospital.com, 6950 Reseda Blvd, Reseda, CA 91335, ph: 818-881-5102, fax: 818-881-2831
  • Stevenson Ranch Veterinary Center: (no website) 25832 Hemingway Ave, Santa Clarita, CA 91381, ph: 661-799-0655
  • All-Care Animal Referral Center (24-hr service): www.acarc.com, 18440 Amistad Street, Fountain Valley, CA 92708, 714-963-0909, 800-994-PETS (7387)
  • Pet Poison Helpline – A Service of the SafetyCall ™ Pet Poison Control Center (24hrs): www.petpoisonhelpline.com, 800-213-6680 ** please be advised there is a per incident fee
  • ASPCA Animal Poison Control (24hrs): www.napcc.aspca.org, 1-888-4435

Grooming & Pet Sitting

Ongoing Healthcare / Medical & Treatment Resources / Pet Insurance

Veterinary Care Assistance

Pet Loss / Bereavement Counseling / Services

  • Sarah Edwards, Pet Bereavement Counseling, Pine Mountain. 661-242-2624
  • Pet Loss Support Helpline 1-877-474-3310. www.petloss.com or www.petlosssupport.com
  • IAMS Pet Loss Support Center 1-888-332-7738 (EST)
  • www.PetPeopleHelp.com for emotional support of the animal/human bond
  • Cornell University – Veterinary Student Volunteers 1-607-253-3932 (Tue-Thu, 6-9 p.m. EST)
  • Michigan State University – Veterinary Student Volunteers 1-517-432-2696
  • Ohio State University – psychologist Stephanie to help PTS decisions 1-877-474-3310
  • Illinois College – grief care packages 1-217-244-2273 (Tue, Thu, Sun 7-9 p.m. CST)
  • Washington State University – Veterinary Student Volunteers 1-866-266-8635 (Tue-Thu 6:30-9:30 p.m. PST)
  • Matthews Cremation Division: www.matthewscremation.com (memorial products for pets). 1-800-327-2831, Apopka, FL..
  • Pet Loss Support: Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement

Behavior Specialists / Dog Training

Other Veterinary Medicine Resources / Continued Education / Vet & Animal Specialty Schools

  • University of California, Davis: www.ucdavis.edu
  • Veterinary Medical Center at UC Davis: vmth.ucdavis.edu (seminars attended regularly by MAVH staff for continued education)
  • Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Cal Poly Pomona Moorpark College for Animal Training Western Veterinary Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada.www.wvc.org (attended regularly by MAVH staff for continued education)
  • Veterinary Job Bank: www.aahanet.org
  • Veterinary Medicine Website Relaunch: www.vetmedpub.com

Military Service Programs / Veteran's Services

Pet Insurance & Payment Options

Moving With Your Pet(s)

Moving With Pets: https://www.petcentric.com/12-27-2009/moving-with-pets-understanding-dog-and-cat-behavior/

  • This piece on moving with pets covers pretty much every angle – preparation, travel, adjustment to a new house, and veterinarian advice on how to make the transition smooth. This guide can be a lifesaver when it comes to travelling and moving with your pet!

How to Pack and Move Your Bird: http://www.wikihow.com/Pack-and-Move-Your-Bird

  • Moving your bird is way different than dogs and cats. Many birds do not like their carriers, so it is important to spend plenty of time helping them to adjust before the move comes. This page also has a great section on how to help your bird adjust to a new home after the move.

Pet Resume Guide: https://renttoownlabs.com/pet-resume

  • This is really handy for movers with pets; it helps you lay out a pet profile or resume for when your landlord wants to know about your pet. It shows you how to include information such as if he/she is spayed, neutered, declawed, certain behaviors, breed, etc. There are surprisingly many places for rent that require something like a pet resume, and this source will help you to avoid the extra work of putting one together on your own!

Pet Sitter Locator: http://mms.petsitters.org/members/directory/search_napps.php?org_id=NAPP

  • Many “Moving with Pets” guides recommend getting a pet sitter on the day of the move. This site provides a directory search by the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters so you know you can find someone trustworthy.