Pet related links to outside sources.

Pet Health and Welfare

A group for pets who suffer travel anxiety.

Safe Travel With Pets

Travel is one of the most exciting experiences for people, but it may not always be the same for a pet. The change of environment can cause a significant amount of anxiety for some animals, so you should think carefully if taking your pet with you on a trip is the best option. Always put your pet’s needs first, and if you do decide to travel with them, make it easier for everyone involved by doing a few extra things before you head out the door…

A lost and found for pets.

The Center for Lost Pets

Imagine, one central location to go to when you've lost or found a pet. That's what we envisioned when we created The Center for Lost Pets. We're here for one purpose - to help get lost pets back home... safe, sound and soon. Whether you have found a pet or lost a pet, we're here to help - because a lost pet is not a lost cause. You can search to see if your lost pet has been found. You can search to see if the pet you have found has been posted as lost. If you don't find a match in our database of lost and found pets, don't give up. And be sure to check back often. New listings for lost and found pets are updated on this site every day.
Animal League rescues dogs and cats at risk for euthanasia.

North Shore Animal League of America

The world's largest no-kill rescue and adoption organizations saved the lives of over 1 million dogs, cats, puppies and kittens at risk of euthanasia. Through our many innovative programs, we reach across the country to rescue animals from overcrowded shelters, unwanted litters, puppy mills, natural disasters and other emergencies and find them permanent, loving homes. As a leader in the no-kill movement, we are dedicated to promoting shelter pet adoptions; encouraging spay/neuter programs; reducing animal cruelty; ending euthanasia; and advancing the highest standards in animal welfare.
Grey Muzzle Organization a rescue for older animals.

The Grey Muzzle Organization

Envision a world where no old dog dies alone and afraid... Too many old dogs are abandoned when they need us most.

Many dogs are abandoned in their senior years because their caretakers don’t want to take responsibility for the extra care required as part of the natural aging process. In other cases, a well-loved senior dog may become homeless when their senior person enters assisted living, and there is no place else to go. Some old dogs are rescued from a lifetime of abusive or neglectful situations with, finally, a chance to enjoy life in their last few years. Through The Grey Muzzle Organization, you can help create happy endings for dogs in these circumstances.
Bill Foundation Animal Rescue Group

Bill Foundation

The Bill Foundation is a 501c3 Dog Rescue in Los Angeles. Bill Foundation is dedicated to alleviating the suffering of those abandoned in the shelters or on the streets, dog by dog.

Adopt a Pet

Approximately 4 million pet dogs and cats are put to sleep each year due to overpopulation. Adopting a dog or cat from a humane society, an animal shelter, an SPCA, or a dog/cat rescue group saves a life!
NSC a training assistance group for adopted dogs and cats.

NSC Rescue

NSC started as a response to the unfulfilled need for professional assistance during the dog adoption process. While numerous people are willing to adopt shelter animals – many times the combination of untrained dogs and knowledgeable owners leads to returned or unwanted pets. By giving the dogs structured training before, during and after home placement – their chances of success more than quadruples.
A group that is devoted to looking out for older dogs.

The Senior Dogs Project

"Blessed is the person who has earned the love of an old dog." - Sydney Jeanne Seward

A website devoted to looking out for older dogs.
American Kennel Club list of dog breeds.

Dog Breeds

The American Kennel Club’s list of dog breeds from A to Z.

Environmental Enrichment for Dogs

Cornell University Veterinary School’s Indoor Dog Initiative - Environmental Enrichment.

Cat Related Sites

Environmental Enrichment for Cats

Ohio State University's Indoor Cat Initiative provides information related to enriching the lives of indoor cats.

The Cat Fancier’s Association

Information on Cat Breeds, Cat Care, as well as a showcase of top winning cats.

Feline Diabetes

Take a deep breath and relax; we're here to help you. Cat diabetes is a treatable, manageable condition. You can maintain your sanity and your cat's health, all on a reasonable budget. Medical doctors and veterinarians and many diabetic cat caretakers contribute to this site with knowledge you can trust.

General Pet Sites

ASPCA promotes humane principles in suffering animals.


The ASPCA exists to promote humane principles, prevent cruelty and alleviate fear, pain and suffering in animals.

The Animal Poison Control Center

Visit the ASPCA's Animal Poison Control Center website for any animal poison-related emergency.
PetFinder where people find or adopt a pet.


Where pets find their people! Are you looking to adopt a pet? Are you looking for a lost pet? You can do both at PetFinder.
TripBuzz laws, guidlines and safety rules for traveling with pets.

Pet-Friendly Travel Guide

Pets become members of our families, so it’s natural to want to take them with us when we travel. In order to make traveling with your pet safe and enjoyable for you and the animal alike, you need to do some research ahead of time. It’s vital to know laws, guidelines, and safety rules for traveling with a pet and you’ll have to tailor your itinerary to include your pet at every step of the way. If you’re considering taking a pet along on a vacation or are moving and need to transport your pets to your new residence, you’ll find lots of helpful information here.
Dog Friendly a place to visit before you plan a trip with your pet.

Dog Friendly

Bon voyage... but visit DogFriendly before you plan your trip.
Pet Friendly has a list of great places to go with your pets.

Pet Friendly

Pet Friendly offers some good advice and great places to go if you are planning to travel with your cat, dog, ferret, bird, bunny, horse, hamster or reptile.

Pet Treatment Charts Wholesale Opportunities

If you have a website store or a retail store and are interested in selling Pet Remedy Charts, treatment charts we look forward to becoming a part of your success.

Professionally, the charts can be used to teach veterinary holistic workshops in natural healthcare. They also make a great focal point for lectures. They have been used in schools of natural healing as part of their veterinary curriculum. If you are in a holistic healthcare profession and would like to become a retailer, be sure to visit our Wholesale Opportunities page.

For your protection, this site is SSL certified safe. Additionally, is a verified company that has gone through security and identity screening.

Copyright Terms

© 2007-2020 Pet Remedy Charts. All rights reserved. Designated trademarks, brands, images and text content are the property of and may not be used without permission. Use of this Web site constitutes acceptance of its terms and policies.

Free Newsletter for Pets

Subscribe to the FREE monthly 'Pet Prescriber' newsletter and receive tips, natural pet health care strategies, and great ideas from holistic pet professionals. We will NOT spam you, ever. Don’t Forget to Add Us to Your ‘Contacts List’ or check your Spam, Trash or Promotional Folders for our Newsletter each month!