Websites every pet owner should know about – Part 17

The following websites will help to make your life as a pet owner easier by quick online access to a range of goods and services available to cater for all your pets needs. The advice and information they provide enables pet owners to act responsibly towards their pets so that they get the best care and attention that they deserve.

http://www.petwebsites.org.uk /. This is a marketing website that hosts other pet related sites to make information about pet services easily accessible from one source. If you are deciding to buy a dog or a cat this site provides information about a cattery or kennel nearest to you. It also gives help and advice in building your own website, providing a domain name for it and they can host the website for you for an annual fee.

http://www.4gsd.net/. Another useful site with information on how to find a good breeder with photographs and details of animals for sale and a background of their breeders and where they are located. http://www.petfinder.com/ is another website that offers advice on how to choose the right pet to suit you and your family. Once your pet requirements are entered you will be offered a list of suitable pets available closest to where you live.

http://www.bestpetplaces.com/ . A web directory where you can find all your pets needs in one place. There is information about pet breeders, pet insurance, bedding for your pet and accessories including fashion and pet clothing for those who want their pet to step out with you in style.

http://www.americanhumane.org /protecting-animals/adoption-p et-care/safety/. This is a website that covers all safety aspects of your pet in the home or outside. It is also dedicated to protecting the pet from abuse and neglect by its owner. There are training schemes offered for those people who want to learn more about keeping their own pet safe or for people who want to adopt and foster animals that has been abandoned or neglected. There is an annual membership for anyone who wants to join and get actively involved in the humane activities of this organisation.

http://www.rcvs.org.uk/. This is the web site of the RCVS (Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons), a regulatory body that ensures that veterinary organisations abide by ethical standards that have been set by the veterinary

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