Veterinary Resources

Queen's Park Pet Hospital is aware of the vast amount of information available on the internet.  Our team has taken the time and evaluated the following sites.  We trust the information the listed websites provide to you, our client, and member of our family.

General Links

American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP)

Fear Free

Fear Free Happy Homes

New Westminster Animal Shelter

Veterinary Partner

After Hours Emergency Care

Animal Emergency Clinic of the Fraser Valley (604) 514-1711

Canada West Veterinary Specialists (604) 473-4882

Central Animal Emergency Clinic (604) 931-1911

Vancouver Animal Emergency and Referral Centre (604) 734-5104

Veterinary Specialists

Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital

Canada West Veterinary Specialists

North West Nuclear Medicine For Animals

North West Veterinary Dermatology Services Ltd.

Western Canada Veterinary Eye Specialists

West Coast Veterinary Dental Specialists

Pet Insurance



Pets Plus Us


Hill’s Prescription Diet

Myths and Misconceptions About Pet Food

Rayne Clinical Nutrition

Royal Canin Veterinary Diets

Fear Free

10 Things That Make Fear Free Veterinary Visits Different

A Fulfilled Dog is a Happy Dog

How to Make the Trip to the Veterinary Hospital Fear Free

How to Manage a Fear Free Return Home

How to Prepare Your Pet for a Veterinary Visit

Muzzle Training Education

Parasite Information

Companion Animal Parasite Control




Parasite Products





Training and Behaviour


Cathie's Canine Connection

DOGSmart Training and Daycare


Through a Dog’s Ear Canine Music

Through a Cat’s Ear Feline Music


Anesthesia Free Dental Cleaning

Dental Care for Pets

Feline Oral Resorptive Lesions

Periodontal Disease in Pets

Your Veterinarian's Role in Your Pet's Dental Care

Cat Information

Feline Asthma

Feline Vaccines

Giving Your Cat a Pill

Indoor Pet Initiative

Information For Cat Owners

Travelling With Your Cat

Dog Information

After You Get a Puppy by Ian Dunbar

Before You Get a Puppy by Ian Dunbar

Canine Vaccines

Giving Your Dog a Pill

Pet Identification

24 Pet Watch Microchip ID

BC Pet Registry

Pet Identification

Medical Conditions

Diabetes Mellitus

Prozinc Insulin (For Cats)

Alpha Trax Glucometers

Feline Hyperthyroidism

Feline Inappropriate Urination

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Kidney Disease

Medial Luxating Patella

Ruptured Cruciate Ligament

Urinary Incontinence

Urinary Tract Infection

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