Online veterinarian questions
Want an online answer to all your veterinary questions or veterinarian issues?
So now and then all veterinarians are confronted with difficult problems, new diseases and all kinds of
typically interesting veterinarian questions. It is also true that when we get confronted with these issues
we have the urge to look up relevant information before giving a good vegetarian answer.
But... It isn’t easy to look up things when you’re busy.
Vets-net.com has the solution for your problem.
The on-line veterinary knowledge base provides just what you’re looking for:
- An unique, fast and up-to-date system with two convenient search options with "symptoms" and "keywords"
- Assistance in finding or confirming your diagnosis, therapy and prognosis
- Recent, reliable, scientific, evidence-based information on dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, ferrets, goats and sheep
Vets-net.com, founded in 2002 by a veterinarian, is based in The Netherlands. Our extensive collection of animal
health information is the end product of an ongoing global review of professional veterinary resources. All content
that becomes part of this collection undergoes a stringent editorial review process, producing impartial, balanced and
accurate medical information. The medically related content for both professionals and pet owners is sourced from a
common professional veterinary data base.
The Knowledge Base
The highest quality of presented information
Validity and reliability of presented information is subject to constant control by a Board of Advice.
The information offered in this knowledge base is specified for curative and diagnostic purposes. In other words, disorders, therapy or medication that is currently in a research phase, will not be part of the knowledge base. Relevant information about recent scientific developments will be placed on the news pages of Vets-net.com.
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This blog has a light weight knowledge base specially for non-specialists.
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