The AVMA Web site is the place where veterinary professionals, pet owners and animal lovers go to find comprehensive information on pet care, animal health, veterinary medicine and careers in veterinary medicine, public health and animal health news.
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is an association of members who primarily treat companion animals, or pets. We have over 36,000 members who hold different jobs in a veterinary clinic, including veterinarians, technicians, managers, receptionists and more.
The National Animal Poison Control Center website includes a library, links to other sites and phone numbers for the poison control center.
Powered by feline veterinarians, The Cat Community provides cat caregivers with reliable and valuable educational information. Cat caregivers will be able to learn about their cat's innate behaviors, the importance of routine veterinary care, how to take great care of their cat, and answer many of their most pressing questions.
My name is Michael Dryden, DVM, PhD. I am the E.J Frick Professor of Veterinary Medicine, in the Department of Diagnostic Medicine and Pathobiology at Kansas State University.
Veterinary endoscopy is a minimally invasive technique for performing procedures through natural openings in the body or through one or more tiny holes rather than through large incisions. By performing procedures endoscopically veterinarians offer their patients less pain, minimal recovery time and fewer complications. In many cases performing a procedure endoscopically allows for it to be done as an outpatient procedure, a less painful and traumatic alternative for both patient and owner.
Solid Gold Health Products for Pets was one of the first pet food companies in the United States using all-natural ingredients in our products. We are committed to providing the best food, supplements and skin care products for your pets. Please check out our product line as well as our nutritional information to see how Solid Gold can help you feed and care for your pet.
The AKC provides coverage on all accepted dog breeds, as well as information on registration, pedigrees, and dog shows
Information on their magazine, events, rules, and eligible breeds.FAQ.
The Whippet is a medium-sized member of the sighthound family, and is very similar in appearance to the Greyhound, only smaller. Originally bred by working class people in England to provide rabbits for the table and racing sport on the weekends, the Whippet is now one of the most stylish of breeds–equally at home gracing the couch with his elegant long lines or running at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour!
November 2002 we began our efforts to officially become a recognized beagle rescue. After more than 7 years in animal welfare we concentrated our efforts on that merry little hound who loves to sniff, snack and snooze! Since our incorporation in 2002, Hokie’s Hounds has assisted over 200 beagles!! We are in Louisiana and are a small group of folks dedicated to assisting homeless beagles. We have no building or shelter, but operate through a foster home program. We are a nonprofit organization, and all donations to Hokie’s Hounds are tax deductible.
An informative insight into the world of pedigreed cats – with breeder search, breed profiles, top cat photos, cat show schedule, health articles
Wings of Hope Wildlife Sanctuary is dedicated to the professional treatment and care for native wild bird and mammal species that are injured, orphaned or otherwise unable to care for themselves and return them to their native habitat.
Adopt a pet dog or cat from animal welfare organizations across the country.
A.P.A.W.S. (Animal Protection And Welfare Society) is an all volunteer group of people who are dedicated to ensuring that all pet animals in and around the Baton Rouge area live in homes which provide for all of the animal’s physical and emotional needs (including daily maintenance, medical care and nurturing) for the animal’s lifetime.
The Capital Area Animal Welfare Society is a non-profit organization committed to the well-being of animals in the Baton Rouge community by adopting homeless animals, teaching the community responsible pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals, and promoting the practice of spay/neuter at all times. Our ultimate goal is to have Baton Rouge be a model in the South where all adoptable animals find loving homes.