Use these subject words to locate books, videos, and other items from the PCC Library:
- animal nutrition
- animal welfare
- avian medicine
- cats -- anatomy
- cats -- behavior
- cat diseases
- cats -- psychology
- dogs -- anatomy
- dogs -- behavior
- dogs -- diseases
- dogs -- psychology
- exotic animals
- human animal communication
- laboratory animal technicians
- pet medicine
- pets -- death -- psychological aspects
- wildlife -- diseases
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Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
Services for veterinarians and professionals involved in animal and plant health, biotechnology and agriculture.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Advice for prevention of animal-to-human disease transmission, and statistics. Check the Healthy Pets Healthy People campaign site of the CDC, including the page on Farm Animals. In addition, the CDC oversees the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, formerly NCZVED and NCPDCID.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Look under the Public Information tab for links and resources.
The Extension Toxicology Network, Oregon State University provides this database of information about the toxicity of pesticides.
Forage Information System
Link to experts, publications, vendors and grant information for forage.
National Agriculture Law Center
University of Arkansas, School of Law hosts this comprehensive collection of publications, links, and case law.
National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America
Advocacy, career development, and educational resources for Veterinary Technicians.
Oregon Department of Agriculture
Information about agriculture and animal health in Oregon.
OSU College of Agricultural Sciences
Includes information about animal health.
Veterinary Anatomical Illustrations
The University of Wisconsin Digital Collections presents the detailed drawings from anatomists Wilhelm Ellenberger and Hermann Baum, and medical illustrator, Hermann Dittrich, for various animals (horse, cow, dog, goat, lion and deer)
Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Click on the Animal Owners link for resources and tips.