Be A Responsible Pet Owner
How To Take Care of Your Pets
Do you have a pet? Pets can instill a sense of well-being, and studies have shown that pet owners have lower blood pressure, are less likely to be depressed and have higher self-esteem than people who don't care for companion animals.
Celebrate what your pet brings you by learning more about being a Responsible Pet Owner and then spend time playing with and appreciating your companion!
This is a photo of my little dog taken by patinkc. All pet photos on this page are photos of my pets.
National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day April 30
National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day is observed each year on April 30. This day was created as a way to raise awareness for thousands of pets that are waiting for (and needing) adoption from the shelters.
Adopt A Shelter Pet
Adopt A Shelter Dog
- Adopt a Shelter Animal
Open Your Heart & Home To A Pet In Need. There are so many lovable animals out there that for one reason or another don't have a home. The purpose of this lens is to create awareness about the needs of these shelter animals . Adopt a Shelter Dog.
Responsible Pet Owner Information
- American Dog Trainers Network -- Responsible Pet Care
RESPONSIBLE PET CARE What is a "responsible dog owner"?Being a responsible dog owner means being responsible for one own dog, as well as showing consideration towards one's neighbors, and community. Responsible pet care means providing: Food (healthy
Have you hugged your pet today?
Dog Care and Training
Cesar Millan—star of National Geographic Channel’s hit show Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan—reveals what dogs truly need to live a happy and fulfilled life. Cesar’s formula for a contented and balanced dog seems impossibly simple: exercise, discipline, and affection, in that order. This book will give you a deeper appreciation of how your dog sees the world.
I have been successful using Cesar's methods with several dogs.
Pet Owner Resources
- ASPCA | American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
The ASPCA works to rescue animals from abuse, pass humane laws and share resources with shelters nationwide. Learn more about what we do, and join our fight today!
- American Veterinary Medical Association
The AVMA Web site is the place where veterinary professionals, pet owners and animal lovers go to find comprehensive information on pet care, animal health, veterinary medicine and careers in veterinary medicine, public health and animal health news.
- VetLocator - VetLocater - Locate a Vet, Veterinarian, Holistic vet, emergency pet hospital
VetLocator, Vet, Veterinarian - Over 60,000+ veterinarians listed. Search our database of quality veterinarins, Holistic vets, emergency vet hospitals and animal specialists from all across the United States. Narrow your results with options like spe
Resources For Pet Owners
- Pet adoption: Want a dog or cat? Adopt a pet on Petfinder
Pet adoption: adopt a homeless pet (dog or cat) or pets from animal shelters. Petfinder has helped with 12 million pet adoptions since 1995.
- Happy Dog Rescue
Happy Dogs Rescue is a Kansas City based dog rescue group. All of our dogs stay in foster homes and are brought to our adoption events where they can meet potential new families.
- Associated Humane Societies Home Page Animal Rescue New Jersey
The Associated Humane Societies is a full-service humane society operating three animal shelters in New Jersey, and Popcorn Park Zoo, a refuge for handicapped, abused, exploited, ill, injured and elderly wildlife, birds, exotic and farm animals
Amazing Dog Trainer
My Favorite Links - I have a three-legged dog
- Jerry's Place for Tripawds: Three-Legged Dog Resources, Photos and Videos, Canine Cancer Health Tips
Tripawds.com is Jerry's place for canine cancer survivors and other tripod dogs: three-legged dog videos, photos, health tips, and more. Jerry's 3-legged dog blog documents his recovery from osteosarcoma and follows his travels providing inspiration
What Pets Do You Have?
American Eskimo Dog Eskie Heart Bandits
- American Eskimo Dog Eskie Heart Bandits
Why the name Heart Bandits? Because given the smallest chance to do so, an Eskie will steal your heart! I know. I have been the mommy to an American Eskimo Dog. American Eskimo Dogs are bred to be companion dogs. They are happiest when they are...
Simple Tips To Protect Your Pets
National Pet Theft Awareness Day, February 14.
This important day is intended to increase public awareness of pet theft as well as everyday responsible pet care. Nearly two million companion animals are stolen each year. It is a tragedy that any pet owner should suffer the heartbreak of a stolen pet. There are simple steps pet owners can take to ensure the safety of their pets:
Keep your pets indoors when you are not home.
Ensure proper identification of your pet with a collar and I.D. tag and identification microchip. Keep pet licenses current and keep a current photo of pets on hand.
Keep your dogs on leashes when outside and keep your cats indoors.
Never leave an animal unattended in a vehicle.
Ensure that gates are padlocked and that your fences are high enough and secure.
If a pet is missing call the Humane Society. If you believe your pet has been stolen, do not delay in filing a theft report by calling 911. Pet thefts often occur in groups within the same neighborhoods, and prompt reporting will increase your odds of recovering your dog and preventing additional thefts.
Life is as dear to a mute creature as it is to man.
- Lesson Plans for Teachers : The Humane Society of the United States
Grade-appropriate lesson plans and worksheets to teach academic skills and major character concepts while reinforcing those ideas as they apply to our treatment of animals.