Columbia Animal Clinic - Brooklyn, MI - Links

Columbia Animal Clinic

405 North Main Street
Brooklyn, MI 49230

(517)592-6924

www.columbiaanimalclinic.com


Helpful Links

 

 

Puppy Behavior Basics Presentation links.

 

 

Pet Insurance Comparison Chart.

 

​Check out this chart to see how pet insurance companies stack up against each other.

 

Traveling with your cat made easy!

 

Watch this video on how to make traveling with your cat easier!

 

Fundamentally Feline

 

At Fundamentally Feline the focus is to address all aspects of a cat's behavior that can be improved upon to help both cats and humans live more harmoniously together.

 

Why is routine veterinary care so important?

 

Watch this video to learn why it is important to bring your cat to the vet for routine check ups!

 

How to brush your pets teeth & Dental aftercare

 

  • Watch this video for tips on how to brush your pets teeth.
  • Click HERE for information on how to care for your pets teeth after a dental cleaning. 

 

Pet First Aid

 

Check out the American Red Cross Pet First Aid App

 

AAHA Pet Microchip Lookup

 

Need to verify a microchip?  Visit this website and enter the microchip number.  The website will then provide you with the manufacturer contact information to find out who the pet is registered to.

 

ASPCA Toxic Plants

 

Toxic plant list.

 

Indoor Pet Environmental Enrichment

 

This is a great website to find information on environmental enrichment for cats and dogs!

American Association of Feline Practitioners

 

"Veterinary professionals passionate about the care of cats."

For information on alternatives to declawing your cat, please visit their website.

The Cat Community 

The Cat Community provides cat caregivers with reliable and valuable educational information. Cat caregivers will be able to learn about their cat's innate behaviors, the importance of routine veterinary care, how to take great care of their cat, and answer many of their most pressing questions.

Diabetes Management

 

Pet snacks that typically don't cause GI upset:

  • Apple (no skin)
  • Baby Carrots
  • Bread (white)
  • Broccoli (raw)
  • Cabbage (raw, chopped)
  • Cauliflower (raw)
  • Celery
  • Chicken (baked or boiled, shredded), NO SEASONING
  • Green Beans
  • Lettuce (raw, shredded)
  • Oranges
  • Peas (raw)
  • Peppers (raw)
  • Popcorn (air popped, no butter or salt)
  • Spinach (raw)
  • Strawberries (plain)
  • Tomato (raw)
  • Watermelon slices
  • Zucchini (raw slices)