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To support veterinarians and animal owners by


1) Providing links to quality information for owners to use after visiting a veterinarian

2) Helping everyone think critically about all pet health information. Click here for a handout from DVM360 and the National Cancer Institute/NIH.





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More than dogs and cats; multi-species Web sites

  • LifeLearn ClientEd
  • Pet Health Advice from the UK Charity PDSA
    Includes choosing the right pet, the most important decision a prospective owner can make, a site for kids, 20 downloadable leaflets on the most common health concerns plus a Helpful Tips Video clips collection.
  • Veterinary Partner from VIN
    Established in 1990; launched on the Web with the current interface in 2002, it is one of the if not THE oldest pet health web site; multiple species. Wendy Brooks, DVM, DABVP, Educational Director, Veterinary Information Network.
  • VetzInsight from VIN
  • ASPCA Pet Care
    Includes a Virtual Pet Behaviorist.
    Included because it covers multiple species, including fish, and is one of the oldest pet health web sites. Some people do not care for it. Drs. Fosters, Smith and two other veterinarians and a CVT.
  • RSPCA All About Animals
    Includes an Ask Annie chat feature.



  • Equine Guelph
    "...a not for profit organization serving the horse and its industry through education, research, healthcare promotion and industry development. Founded in 2003, we are supported and overseen by equine industry groups and are dedicated to improving the health and well-being of horses."

Veterinary Associations, Veterinarians, and Governments

Colleges of Veterinary Medicine


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