The American Veterinary Medical Association website provides information for
all pet owners.
The American Humane Society is a well-established animal welfare
organization with a reputation of dedicated leadership on the issues that matter.
Their goal is to effect change by working with other organizations through
cooperation and coalition building. The American Humane Association protects
animals through positive advocacy and action.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The ASPCA's
mission is to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals
throughout the United States. They offer programs in humane education,
public awareness, government advocacy, shelter support and animal medical
services and placement. They also operate the ASPCA Animal Poison Control
Center, the premier animal-oriented poison control center in North America.
The American Kennel Club provides information about over 150 breeds of
purebred dogs, as well as information about dog related events.
Net Vet and Electronic Zoo provides links to veterinary medical references.
Does you cat have Diabetes? If your cat has been diagnosed with diabetes, help
is available! In addition to your veterinarian, a whole community is waiting to
support you at www.felinediabetes.com
Companion Animal Parasite Council The mission of CAPC is to foster animal
and human health, while preserving the human-animal bond, through
recommendations for the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control of
Rhode Island Animal Medical Center and Four Paws Pet Resort is a full
service state-of-the-art hospital serving: canines, felines, ferrets, rabbits,
and other small mammals.