The following websites contain information relating to the care of pets that you may find useful.
VIN is the world’s first and largest online veterinary community, where new articles are added weekly by the experts to provide the most current veterinary information available.
Animal Planet’s dog breed directory is designed to inform you about the many different dog breeds, and help you choose the right one for you. This site also contains detailed information on the history and characteristics of the various breeds of dogs. This site is fun and packed with useful information.
A complete overview of Heartworm Disease from The American Heartworm Society, a trusted source.
This site was set up by two nationally renowned master trainers: Brian Kilcommons and Sarah Wilson. The library section features a long list of free articles and videos on specific pet training and pet behavior problems, which nearly every pet owner should find useful.
The Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement provides a wealth of information and personal support for those coping with the loss of a pet. In our society, this loss is often trivialized or given inadequate attention. A particularly useful feature on this website is the section dealing with supporting children during the loss of a pet and helping them cope.
A useful reference for any animal poisoning emergency. This site is sponsored by the ASPCA, and includes a 24-hour telephone hotline.
Here is nearly everything you want to know about cats, all in one place!
Website for VPI, the nation’s oldest and largest provider of pet health insurance. Learn about pet insurance, calculate monthly costs, and more.
This site provides detailed information on travel requirements to almost any country in the world. Be aware that places like the UK, Ireland, Japan, the Caribbean and Hawaii require a minimum of seven months preparation time, so plan early.