Training & Behavior
Lucky Dog Sports Club
Agility, obedience, rally, and puppy training.
Dr. Lisa Radosta--Board Certified Animal Behaviorist
Get help with your pet’s behavior problems
Dog Star Daily
All things dog training
Dog Agility Resources
Emergency & Health
Pet Insurance Plan Comparison
Read reviews of the top pet insurance companies from industry experts.
Association of Avian Veterinarians
Regular checkups for your bird are important. We can help.
American Veterinary Medical Association
Pet care, disaster preparedness, brochures, events
Pet Health Network
Pet Care information
Traveling With Your Pet
Pet friendly hotels,pet passport, quarantine and airline information for your pet.
Trips with Pets
Thousands of pet friendly properties across the United States, directories of veterinarians and pet recreational activities, pet travel supplies, airline pet policies, and much more.
“FIDO Friendly is the only magazine dedicated to the travel lifestyle of man’s best friend.
Pet Transportation Worldwide
Professional pet movers worldwide
Local Pet Loss Support Group Meeting
This Pet Loss Support Group meets the first Monday and third Thursday of each month from 6:30 p.m until 8:00 p.m. at Palm Beach Veterinary Specialist Hospital off of Forest Hill Blvd. in West Palm Beach. Meetings are open to the public and there is no fee.
Pet Loss Grief Relief
Dealing with Pet Loss
There are many forms of grief that are completely normal in the wake of the loss of a beloved pet. For support dealing with the loss of a pet, call the ASPCA's Pet Loss Hotline at (877) GRIEF-10
Washington State College of Veterinary Medicine
Pet Loss Support ~ 866-266-8635
University of Illinois College
C.A.R.E. Pet Loss Helpline ~ 877-394-2273
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine
Tufts University Pet Loss Support Hotline ~ 508-839-7966
Cornell University of Veterinary Medicine
Pet Loss Support Hotline ~ 607-253-3932
Other Helpful Resources
The Symbiotic Relationship Between Senior Citizens and Companion Animals
Pet ownership can bring plenty of unexpected benefits to seniors. For starters, research shows that older adults who own a dog walk an average of 22 minutes a day more than seniors who don’t have a dog, and pets are even used in therapy techniques to help seniors with mental illness or dementia.