These sites are some of our staff's favorite sites!

There are many wonderful animal and health related websites around.  There are also many which provide deceptive misinformation.  Listed here are a few of the sites our doctors and staff find helpful in education and animal welfare issues.  It is not intended to be an all inclusive list of "good" sites, and it will grow regularly as new favorites are found.   

A friend of our website, Julia, recommended that we add a link with tips for traveling with your pet since we're entering the biggest travel season of the year. We thought this was a great idea and gladly refer you to look at the Trucker's Report for some important planning tips as you take holiday with your pet. Thanks Julia!

The Whole Point In-Home Veterinary Acupuncture

Dr. Michelle Williams provides home calls for cases in which acupuncture may be an effective complementary medical approach. Visit her site and contact her to find out what types of conditions she feels would be successfully managed or treated with complementary acupuncture

Orthopedic Foundation for Animals

Information on genetically predisposed orthopedic conditions in dogs, such as hip and elbow dysplasia, as well as other inherited defects such as deafness, cardiac, and skin defects! 

Rolling Hill Russells

Dr. Melissa Wilson's personal web site devoted to her passion for Russell Terriers.  (Dr. Wilson is one of the primary veterinarians at the Animal Hospital of Anderson County and is one of the developers of this web site as well as her own.)    

Seraphimmountain

Dr. Will's family web site.  Some brief info on his family, a link to his blog, and some insight into Liberian Adoptions through WACSN (West African Children Support Network)

AVMA Pet Care Site

The American Veterinary Medical Association's site full of information on choosing the right pet for your family, general health care for your pet, and information and activities for children!

Rescue Groups and Shelters

We are pleased to be associated with several phenominal rescue groups and shelter organizations, and we support their cause to find quality loving homes for the many forgotten, displaced, and homeless animals in our region.  These include, but are not limited to:

East Tennessee Border Collie Rescue

Knoxville-Knox County Animal Shelter

Labs 4 Rescue

Lab Rescue of East TN

Oak Ridge Animal Shelter

Small Breed Rescue of East TN

The Humane Society of TN Valley

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