Animal Memorial Service provides compassionate, caring, and comprehensive afterlife information and services. They are the first pet cremation facility in Northern California to provide water-based cremation, a more environmentally friendly process.
If you suspect that your pet has ingested a potentially poisonous substance, the ASPCA's Animal Poison Control Center site lists a 24-hour information hotline which, for a fee, will advise if your pet needs to be seen at a hospital. A tremdous amount of free information is also available on this site.
This Merk Animal Health site provides disease information on canine and feline diabetes and advice on insulin treatment, plus links to other websites with information about diabetes in pets.
As of January 1, 2012, the nonprofit group Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter (FAAS) is managing the animal shelter in the City of Alameda. Visit their site for up-to-date information, and please consider making a donation while you're there—it's easy to do!
The AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) site for pet owners. The Pet Health Library contains a comprehensive collection of articles about pets and pet health, including caring for pets during emergencies, such as floods, earthquakes, and chemical spills.
The CVMA (California Veterinary Medical Association) site for pet owners. Includes resources for pet owners on topics such as selecting a pet, pet loss support, and careers in veterinary medicine.
The Pet Poison Helpline site offers 24/7 access to experts in pet poisonings via a toll-free phone number and will, for a fee, advise both pet owners and veterinarians. Free information is available on the site as well, including guidelines on what to do if your pet has ingested a toxic substance.
The site for veterinarian and animal behaviorist Ian Dunbar's puppy training organization, Sirius Dog Training. Includes information on classes, as well as downloadable articles on behavior problems.
Provides reliable, up-to-date information on animal health, medications, therapies, surgery, behavior, and safety from the veterinarians and experts of the Veterinary Information Network (VIN).