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Pet Links and Resources

cats

Cat Watch Newsletter
Informative articles for cat people from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Healthy Cats for Life
From the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP,) a non-profit organization that promotes the interest, improves the public stature and increases the knowledge of veterinarians in the feline medicine and surgery

The Cat Fanciers’ Association, Inc.
The world’s largest registry of purebred cats, includes information on cat shows, cat breeds and cat care as well as showcasing top winning cats.

The CATalyst Council
Reaching out to everyone involved with caring for cats – the pet healthcare community, shelter and welfare organizations, government, commercial groups, and the public – to ensure that cats receive the proper care and attention they need and deserve.

The Feline Health Center
A veterinary medical specialty center devoted to improving the health and well-being of cats everywhere.

dogs

American Kennel Club
Breed registry for purebred dogs in the United States. Working to advance the study, breeding, exhibiting, running and maintenance of dogs everywhere.

Canine Health Information Center (CHIC)
Centralized canine health database providing a resource fro breeders and owners of purebred dogs to research and maintain information on health issues.

Dog Breed Information
A large collection of information on all sorts of dog breeds.

Dog Watch Newsletter
Informative articles for dog people from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Orthopedic Foundation for Animals
OFA is a non-profit organization that collates and disseminates information concerning orthopedic and genetic diseases of animals.

FETCH!
Free Exercise Time for Canines and their Humans! off-leash parks on Whidbey Island

Healthy Pet (AAHA)
An invaluable online resource for all pet owners, from the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)

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Pet Loss Library

Animal Hospital by the Sea rocks! Jean is a fabulous veterinarian, the environment is warm and relaxing and there is great communication between Jean and her staff. We are all so very happy to have found them!
Jodi Starcevich, Matt Costello, Groovy Roux and Salinger

Dr. Dieden’s surgical technique allowed our dog a quick and trouble free spay recovery without the stress and discomfort of an Elizabethan collar (head cone).  We are very grateful to Dr. Dieden and staff who assisted with Rena’s surgery.
Bob and Jayme Holmberg

Meshuggeneh was the most relaxed cat during her visit to Dr.Jean that I think she would have stayed longer. Thank you both Holly and Dr. Jean for your time and help. Best find in Langley... a great vet!
Jeanniemaria Barbour

Jean and staff Thank you so very much for the care given to our Lab, Lily We are so appreciative of your time, concern and love given to our pet. Lily is forever grateful and so are her humans, Nina and Chris We hope the next visit will be just the standard check up and not an emergency, again thank you for the excellent care. Animal Hospital By The Sea, you rock!
Chris Skatell

Dory a Golden on the island says thank you.
Louise Long

The staff and Jean are fabulous. We are so lucky to have them on the Island.
DeLaine Emmert

Thank you Dr Jean Dieden for taking such good care of my labrador, Kinsey. Kinsey had a raging hot spot. Thanks to Dr Dieden’s caring and effective treatment, Kinsey is much more comfortable and on the mend.
Lia Bijsterveld

It doesn’t get any better than this animal hospital for care for your pet.  Jean Dieden and her team of Holly and Stacy are top notch and they are genuinely caring.  I also like the fact that this is a animal hospital and part of that terminology means they do their own blood work.
Rob Felding

Dr. Jean held my hand throughout it all and, had it not been for her professional intuition about a prescription Lena was given during emergency treatment, my little girl would not be the happy, healthy kitty she is today. As for how my other cat Dexter feels about Dr. Jean, you can see for yourself around this website.
Susan Hanson