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Helpful Resources

Pet Poison Helpline 1-855-764-766

If your pet ingests a potentially poisonous substance, the Pet Poison Helpline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Their expert staff provides information needed to assist you and your vet with treating your pet, for a small fee. Also great for learning about substances that are poisonous to animals.

Consumer Pet Insurance Review

If you are considering pet insurance, we recommend consulting this site.

Care Credit  1-800-677-0718

Care Credit offers special financing to help with unanticipated veterinary expenses.  Can also be used at many dental and medical offices.

Montgomery County SPCA

If your pet is missing or you are considering adoption, check out the Montgomery County SPCA.  Watch for our annual holiday drive Deck the Halls with a Cause for Paws” to join us in supporting this wonderful agency!

Creature Comforts Facebook Page

Follow us for special announcements, weather and staff meeting closures, cute photos of puppies and kittens and more!

Montgomery County Dog Licensing

World Vets 

We are proud supporters of the World Vets organization.  World Vets develops, implements and manages international veterinary and disaster relief programs to help animals, educate people and have a positive impact on communities.

Microchipping

With a microchip, a lost pet can be returned to it’s family more quickly!  Dogs that are microchipped are also eligible for a Lifetime License through Montgomery County!

American Heartworm Society

A great resource to learn more about Heartworm Disease!

Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine

A great resource to earn about acupuncture!  Ask us if your pet can benefit from this therapy!

ASPCA Animal Poison Control

Another great resource for learning more about substances that are poisonous to animals.

Walking Tails

Creature Comforts formed this group for animal lovers who want to improve their own and their pets’ health through walking. We want to encourage pet owners (yes, cat owners, too!) to get out and exercise. Our intention is to meet new animal loving friends and have fun enjoying the outdoors. It is NOT necessary to bring a dog, just that you be willing to walk with them!