Resources

Resources for Pet Owners

Feeding Trials for Possible Food Allergy

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Feline House Soiling: When Good Cats Do Bad Things

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Understanding and Managing Canine Separation Anxiety

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Ear Cleaning 101

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Chronic Bladder Disease in Cats

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How to Conduct a Limited Antigen Diet Trial

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Chronic Intestinal Disease In Cats

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Managing Your Pet's Chronic Renal Disease

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Good Healthcare for Cats

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Canine Dental Handout

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Radioiodine Therapy and Hyperthyroidism

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Diabetic Cats and Administering Insulin

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Cushing's Disease

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Home Care Instructions for Gastrointestinal Illness

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Injured Wildlife

If you find injured wildlife, please click here

If your pet is lost:

  1. File a lost report with your local vet, police department and local shelters and be sure to visit the
    shelters in person to look for him/her daily.
  2. Create a flyer and post it in as many places as you can. Click here to download a flyer template.
  3. Use the internet and social media to spread the word.

If you found a pet:

  1. Be careful. The animal could be scared or ill and could attempt to bite. You can try to get the
    animal to come to you, but do not chase it.
  2. Look for ID. If there are no tags with contact information and the animal is willing to be handled,
    bring them to the nearest veterinary hospital or police station to be scanned for a microchip.
  3. File a report. Call your local vet, police department and local shelters to file a found report.
  4. Use the internet and social media to spread the word.

The Humane Animal Rescue lost and found department can provide additional help if you have lost or found a pet.
Please call: 412-345-7300 extension 216

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Murray Avenue Apothecary

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Greenfield Grooming Salon

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Veterinarian Recommended Solutions

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Oakcrest Pet Crematory

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Pittsburgh Veterinary Internal Medicine

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