Pet Loss Information
- The First Plymouth Animal Ministry is an exceptional, non-denominational animal ministry that help clients through all aspects of loss.
- Tufts University offers a Grief Support Hotline and articles regarding the loss of a pet.
- 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
- The University of Illinois Grief Support Hotline
- Rolling Acres Complex is a final resting place for beloved pets and their owners
Dog Related Sites
- Purina’s Website for Dog Owners.
- The Senior Dogs Project. A website devoted to looking out for older dogs.
- The American Kennel Club’s list of dog breeds from A to Z.
- Canine Diabetes Information www.caninediabetes.org
Cat Related Sites
- 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.
- The Internet Guide to Feline Diabetes.
- Heartworm is not only a disease for dogs; cats can get Heartworm, too. Learn more by visiting KnowHeartWorms.org or The Feline Heartworm Society.
- Visit Hill’s Pet Nutrition website to learn about FLUTD and why the right pet food can make a difference.
- The website of the Animal Behavior Society explains what a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist is and what these professionals do.
- The website of the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University offers general information and guidance for common pet behavior issues.
General Pet Sites
- Visit the ASPCA’s Animal Poison Control Center website for any animal poison-related emergency.
- Are you looking to adopt a pet? Are you looking for a lost pet? You can do both at PetFinder.com.
- Growing Up With Pets provides information on helping parents foster strong, healthy relationships between their children and their pets.
Traveling With Your Pet
- Visit DogFriendly before you plan your trip.
- Cat Fancy offers some good advice if you are planning to travel with your cat.
- Health Certificates within the United States can be procured through our hospital.
- International travel information can be obtained through the United States Department of Agriculture and the division of Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS). You can visit their website and click on “Import and Export,” then on “International Animal Export Regulations.” At the bottom of that page, click on the first letter of the alphabet of the country to which you are traveling. Choose from the list for a summary of requirements.
- You can also call the USDA office here in Lincoln at 402-434-2309 and speak to a representative about your questions.