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"When you’re searching the web for medical information about your pet, make sure you’re getting accurate medical information from reliable sources. Use these six tips for safer web surfing."
Search Tip: Use Advanced search in Google and limit to .edu or .gov or .org domains when searching the Web to filter out Web commercial or .com sites where the relationship between content and advertising may not be clear.
WorldCat can be helpful for husbandry questions, especially exotics: try a search for[hedgehog husbandry] for example. By searching WorldCat, your search is automatically filtered to materials selected by librarians worldwide.
Can't find the info you need to make a decision on behalf of an animal? Veterinary librarians are expert searchers who have access to databases like CAB ABSTRACTS only available by subscription that Web search engines can't reach.