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While we can’t guarantee the accuracy of information you’ll find on the websites listed here, we offer them for your convenience and hope you’ll find them useful.

Preventive Vet is a web site providing information, educational resources, tips and advice for pet  owners to help pets avoid the pain and discomfort of preventable accidents, poisonings and illnesses.

Vetted Search from Preventive Vet offers authoritative answers to your pet care questions from veterinarians and animal behavior specialists. has numerous articles written by veterinarians about caring for dogs, cats, small mammals and reptiles.

Fear Free Happy Homes is dedicated to preventing and alleviating fear, anxiety, and stress in pets by inspiring and educating the people who care for them.

Your Pet Insurance Guide is a web site by Dr. Doug Kenney, a veterinarian in Memphis, Tennessee, dedicated to helping pet owners and veterinarians understand how pet insurance works and the strategic role it can play in helping pay for a pet’s healthcare expenses. Dr. Kenney also hosts The Pet Insurance Guide Podcast.

Pet Insurance University is a site created and maintained by Dr. Fran Wilkerson to help pet owners make well-informed decisions about buying pet insurance to cover the costs of veterinary care. There’s a nine-lesson guide, plus comparisons and company reviews.

The Veterinary Oral Health Council web site offers information about dental health for dogs and cats. The council authorizes the use of the VOHC Registered Seal on products intended to help retard plaque and tartar on the teeth of animals. Downloadable lists of approved products for dogs and cats are available on the site. has a five-question quiz to help owners decide if their cat needs a visit to a veterinarian when not eating.

The Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement is a nonprofit organization of trained volunteers who help people cope with the final days of life and the death of a pet.