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Animal Poison Control Center
Resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year

VIN – Veterinary Information Network Partner
Articles for pet owners about specific health issues with search capabilities

Pet Dental Health
Website about taking care of your pet’s teeth

Heartworm Society
Reference for information about heartworm disease

CHIC – Canine Health Information Center  – OFA – Orthopedic Foundation for Animals
Providing a source of health information for healthy breeding & genetics

Laser Therapy
Explains the benefits of therapy laser treatment

PennHIP
website explaining in detail the PennHIP method for evaluating hips in dogs

 

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AHVMA – American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association

Find a holistic veterinarian in your area

AVCA – American Veterinary Chiropractic Association
website explaining veterinary chiropractic and requirements for certification

BICOM – Bioresonance therapy
website explaining about Bicom therapy

International Veterinary Acupuncture Society
website explaining acupuncture therapy in animals

 

 

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Wisconsin Dog Rescue
Information and links to many different dog breed rescue organizations in Wisconsin.

Morris Animal Foundation
nonprofit organization that invests in science to advance animal health

The Senior Dog Project
A website dedicated to senior dogs

AKC – American Kennel Club
website related to purebred dogs and activities

CFA – Cat Fanciers’ Association
website about pedigreed cats

 

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Orijen
Grain Free – fresh ingredients

Acana
World class pet food – grain-free

Go! natural
“The power of nutrition
Refresh – Renew – Revive”

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Grain free real pet food
“Minimizing Processing – Maximizing Nutrition”

Primal
website for BARF – raw diet for dogs and cats

Honest Kitchen
website for whole food diet

Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement
website with multiple resources and pet bereavement counseling

Pet loss support
plus access to various resources

What People
Have Said

"Dr. Strickfaden performed bicom on our 11 year-old chocolate lab, Margo.  Margo had been diagnosed by our Oshkosh vet with Spondylosis.  The bicom, while not a cure for Spondylosis, gave our Margo a wonderful 10 months of life.  When we came to Dr. Strickfaden, Margo was sleeping 20 hours a day and not moving much. To those of you unfamiliar with bicom, the procedure seems a bit like magic and I was doubtful.  However, within one day of her first bicom treatment, Margo was chasing balls in the yard.  Margo changed from acting like a 15 year-old dog to acting like a 5 year-old dog.  She became so active.  Eventually, we were able to take her off all the harsh meds that she was on and only take her for bicom treatments every 6 weeks.  I can't say enough wonderful things about bicom.  Margo went from a lethargic, dog full of pain to a joyful dog who chased balls and was happy until her last days.  I can't thank Dr. Strickfaden and the staff enough for giving us those joy filled months with Margo.  Those memories and gratitude will last with us forever."
- Robin L., Oshkosh