Veterinary Resources

Rabies Response Program - Report an incident: If a wild animal is suspected of carrying rabies, the incident should be reported to your local conservation officer. Call the Ministry of Environment's toll-free line at 1-800-667-7561

Black Legged Tick Surveillance in Saskatchewan - Submission form for surveillance research being carried out by Dr. Emily Jenkins at the University of Saskatchewan

Doggone Safe - Dog bite prevention through awareness and education

Paws & Claws Yorkton - Non-profit rescue organization located in Yorkton

Prairie Pet Cremation Services - Located in Maymont, Joy and Curtis Domak offer professional, compassionate, and dignified cremation services to pet owners. Their website displays a wide selection of urns available.

Humboldt SPCA - Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals located in Humboldt

Saskatchewan Veterinary Medical Association - An organization dedicated to the protection of the public by ensuring the proficiency, competency and ethical behavior of its members in the practice of veterinary medicine

Saskatchewan Association of Veterinary Technologists - Learn about the importance of Registered Veterinary Technologists (RVT)

Sask Vets - Your source for animal health information in Saskatchewan

EIDAP - Injectable Microchip Identification - Learn more about microchip technology or update your registration (Change of address, phone number, etc.)

Hill's Pet Age Calculator - Pets age much faster than humans do, use this tool to calculate your pet's human age

2017-2018 Professional Pet Products - Waggin' Wheelz Vet Services Pet Product Online Catalogue

Veterinary Oral Health Council - Information on oral health care for your cat or dog.

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