American Association of Feline PractitionersThe AAFP is similar to the American Medical Association but for veterinarians who treat only cats.
American Kennel ClubThe AKC is primarily an organization of purebred dog breeders.
American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to AnimalsThe ASPCA has a good section on expert pet advice.
American Veterinary Medical AssociationThe AVMA is a good site to learn about veterinary medicine in general and it also has an excellent “Care for Animals” section.
Birds Birds and Ways is a great guide to parrots and pet birds.
Cat Fancier’s AssociationEverything that you want to know about cats.
ChinchillasAn excellent resource for everything chinchilla.
Choosing a New PuppyThis is a nice starter guide of things you should consider when thinking of adopting a new puppy.
Companion Animal Parasite CouncilA site of independent veterinarians and health care professionals established to create guidelines for parasite control.
Cornell University-Partners in Animal HealthThis is a collection of innovative, reliable resources from veterinary experts at Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine.
DiabetesAn excellent resource of links pertaining to all aspects of pet diabetes.
Dog Behaviorist Dr Sophia Yin
Dog BreedsThis site is the Dog Breed Information Center and is packed with specific breed literature.
FDA Center for Veterinary MedicineA good location for breaking news such as pet food or medication recalls.
FerretsThe American Ferret Association is a great site for all of us who share our lives with ferrets.
Guinea PigsThis site is a good place to start to learn more about these cute little friends.
Heartworm SocietyAn authoritative site for information about heartworm disease.
HeatstrokeA seasonal topic on leaving your dog in a car.
Plants Toxic to AnimalsThe University of Illinois veterinary library is a comprehensive source for poisonous plant information.
RabbitsThe House Rabbit Society is a great place to learn everything that you need to know about bunnies.
Rainbow BridgeA wonderful place to visit with a heavy heart after the loss of a beloved pet.
Veterinary Information Network (VIN)VIN is the first and largest online veterinary community with over 24,000 veterinarians and hundreds of specialists.
Veterinary Medical CollegesThe Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges represents all 32 colleges in the United States and Canada.
Veterinary PartnerThis is a comprehensive pet healthcare site produced by veterinary specialists at VIN.