Links and Resources
These links and resources are offered only for general informational and educational purposes.
All critical information should be independently verified.
No endorsement is intended or made of any product, service or information.
ASPCA - Pet Care Information
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) has an extensive online library of information related to pet care, nutrition, poison control, and other topics of interest to pet owners.
ASPCA - Animal Poison Control Center
As the premier animal-oriented poison control center in North America, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center is the best resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Make the call that can make all the difference: (888) 426-4435. A $50 consultation fee may be applied to your credit card.
Best Friends Animal Society - Library of Pet Care Tips
Check out their library of pet care tips! Whether you're a seasoned rescuer or a first-time pet owner, you'll be sure to learn something here!
Humane Society (U.S.) - Pet Care Library
Whether you're looking for general pet-care guidelines, hints on finding pet-friendly rental housing, information on the importance of spaying or neutering, or advice on coping with the death of your beloved companion, you've come to the right place.
Moving With Pets
Moving can be a fun and exciting time for you and your family. It's the start of a new adventure and new opportunities. There is also stress that may come along with the move. Moving with your family pets can increase this stress. This article will provide you with information on how to limit the stress and reduce the problems you could face when you're not just moving your family, but moving with your family pets too.
Pet Guardian Angels of America
Pet Guardian Angels of America, a national pet rescue and adoption assistance service, also offers general and health related articles and resources for all types of pets.
Barn Cats Incorporated
Barn Cats works through rescue groups and individuals who trap feral cats and maintain feral colonies.
The cats are all spay/neutered and eventually placed at pre-approved barn sites. Once the cats are accepted into the Barn Cats program, they become the responsibility of Barn Cats to find a safe, secure location for them to live our their lives. These are the “forgotten” cats in our society. Barn Cats gives them a second chance to have a happy life.