General Pet Sites

The ASPCA exists to promote humane principles, prevent cruelty and alleviate fear, pain and suffering in animals.

Visit the ASPCA’s Animal Poison Control Center website for any animal poison-related emergency.

Learn more about the human-animal health connection at the Pet Partners.

A Source of Information for You and Your Pet.

Solutions to your Pet’s Behavior Problems provided to you by the SPCA.

Are you looking to adopt a pet? Are you looking for a lost pet? You can do both at PetFinder.com.

Recommendations for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of parasite infections.

Dog Related Sites

Basic Dog Care from Purina.

The Senior Dogs Project. A website devoted to looking out for older dogs.

Living with a Deaf Dog “Living with and training a deaf dog can be very rewarding. Set realistic expectations, be patient, and always remember to celebrate victories – no matter how small.”

Learn About Heartworm Disease in Dogs.

Traveling With Your Pet

Visit DogFriendly before you plan your trip.

Travelling with your cat by the Feline Advisory Bureau

Basic information on domestic and international travel of pets by the US Department of Agriculture

Cat Related Sites

Cat Carrier Tips is a great  handout to help you habituate your cat to a carrier.

Cat care tips from Purina

Cornell University Veterinary School’s Feline Health Center website contains information on medical topics relating to cat health care.

Ohio State University’s Indoor Cat Initiative provides information related to enriching the lives of indoor cats.

Information about Feline Hyperthyroidism.

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine about Feline Diabetes.

Heartworm is not only a disease for dogs; cats can get Heartworm, too. Learn more by visiting The Feline Heartworm Society.

Pet Loss Information

The University of Florida offers a Grief Support Hotline plus some articles on coping with pet loss.

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Pet Loss Support Hotline.

Euthanasia: Making the Decision

How Do You Know When To Put A Pet Down