Hey there! My name is Ella. I am a four-year-old Great Pyrenees. Last month I decided to go explore our neighborhood on my own. Big mistake! I don't know how they didn't see me, but I was hit by a car. I had no broken bones but I was bruised inside and out. In fact, I was bleeding internally. I needed a blood transfusion right away. Lucky for me I was at the right place. CARE CENTER HAS A BLOOD BANK JUST LIKE A HUMAN HOSPITAL! I spent the next week at Care Center and am now fully recovered.
Dave Schmitt (Ella's Dad)
Resources and Helpful Links
Specialty Veterinary Organizations
American College of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care
American College of Veterinary Surgeons
Veterinary Orthopedic Society
American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
American College of Veterinary Radiologists
American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists
Academy of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Technicians
AVECCT is an organization whose goal in certifying Veterinary Technicians is to assure the veterinary profession and the public that AVECCT certified technicians possess the knowledge and experience needed to work effectively in a well equipped and staffed emergency or critical care facility. The CARE Center employs two of the three AVECCT certified technicians in the state of Ohio.
General Veterinary Organizations
Animal Care Resources
Autism Service Dogs of America
In 2002 ASDA pioneered the concept of placing service dogs with autistic children in the United States. ASDA remains the only service dog organization in the United States to specialize in placing service dogs with autistic children exclusively.
Care Center Animal Blood Bank
National Canine Cancer Foundation
As a service to our patients, we are pleased to offer CareCredit, the nation's leading patient payment plan.
Pet insurance can get pretty complicated when you have to sort through several plans and levels. Trupanion, wants to make pet insurance simple and easy to understand. Their comprehensive pet insurance policy covers surgeries, diagnostic tests, medications, treatments, hereditary conditions and hospital stays if your pet gets sick or injured. They also reimburse from your actual veterinary bill so you don’t have to worry about a predetermined benefit schedule.
Lost and Found
When a family pet is missing, or you've found a lost pet, PET FBI is the one resource that can share both your dilemma and your hope with all who would help, and will remind you of the many things to do and the places to contact.