The Internet has a wealth of information available. Below is our list of people, websites, and information that you may find useful in the care of your pet. just click on the title of each link and it will open up in a new window.
Pasco County Humane Society
This is a place for anyone who loves pets of any shape size, or color. You can find just about any here that you’re looking for ranging from information news, healthcare, nutrition and much more
Are you taking care of a cat who has diabetes? This place has a good overview of information about the care needed for a cat with diabetes. Some if the information about insulin is a little outdated, but is otherwise an excellent source of information.
National Association of Boards of Pharmacy
The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy is an impartial professional organization that supports the state boards of pharmacy in creating uniform regulations to protect public health.
Veterinary Oral Health Council
Veterinary Oral Health Council authorizes the use of the VOHC Registered Seal on products intended to help retard plaque and tartar on the teeth of animals.
Center of Disease Control and Prevention
Center of Disease Control and PreventionYes this place is all about human health, but it also has many articles about the relationship between human and animal health, and all about zoonosis (diseases passed from animals to humans).
Hernando County Animal Control
Looking to add a new member to your family? Look no further, there are many animals waiting just for you to come and make them a part of your family. You can also find information about animal licenses, wild and feral animals, and many more resources for local animal information.
The Humane Society of the Nature Coast
Have you been looking for a new pet but haven’t been able to find that special one? Well look no further, here you will find dozens and dozens of friendly furry faces who are ready to meet you and your family. You should surely be able to find that adoptable pet here.
The SPCA of Hernando County
“How much is that cute puppy in the window?” There are numerous animals of all ages, shapes, sizes, and colors to choose from here at this no kill shelter. Please help this organization find good loving homes for these animals who will give you all of their unconditional love in return.
Pets Available for Adoption: Dogs, Cats, Barnyard, Birds, Horses, Rabbits, Scales & Fins, Small & Furry
Wildlife Survival Sanctuary
Ever wonder what happens to those cute exotic animal pets when they grow up? Take a look.
100 Acre Wood Wildlife Rehabilitation Inc.
Local Wildlife Rehabilitation Facility, Non-Profit Organization
Linda Christian is the founder of this wonderful rehab facility, along with being the main caretaker of all of the animals that come through her home-away-from-home sanctuary. Her facility has been a fostering center for many birds, raccoons, squirrels, deer, rabbits, and other local wildlife while they are nursed back to health. This facility offers tours of the grounds and information about local wildlife.
99 Kohen Rd. Brooksville, FL 34601 (352) 650-2892
Local Large and Small Bird Rehabilitation Facility, Non-Profit Organization
American Veterinary Association
This is a great place to find information, news, and good overall general information about pet care. It is also a good resource if you are thinking about working in the veterinary profession.
Veterinary Support Personnel Network
Want to learn more about the world of veterinary medicine and the people who make this field amazing? This is the place to go for the people who are looking to expand their horizons in the world of veterinary medicine.
American Kennel Club
Here you can learn all about your dog’s relatives and ancestry. If you are thinking of buying a purebred dog, this is the place to learn all about them before making that big decision.
Pet Travel - Worldwide Travel Guide for Pet Owners
Here is the place to find all the answers to your questions to your questions when traveling with a pet. They can help you find information ranging from “pet friendly” hotels to airline, train, ship, and car services to pet immigration information. They have the most up to date information to keep you and your pet(s) safe and informed while traveling.
United States Department of Agriculture
When looking for information regarding animal and plant health you’ve come to the right place. This place is full of information concerning the health and inspection of all the plants and animals grown and processed in the U.S.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
If you are looking to find information on outdoor recreation ranging from Events to Learning and Fun to Rules/Regulations/Safety to Local Wildlife and Habitats this is the right place. Here you will find tons and tons of information and ways to contact people who know all about what you need to know when it comes to the Great Outdoors of Florida. Take a look and see what kind of fun and exciting adventures you may find for you and your family
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Steps to Becoming a Veterinary Technician in Florida
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Veterinary Technician Career and Degree Guide
Choosing a career as a veterinary technician means caring for all kinds of creatures, from poodles to platypuses.
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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.
Make a Disaster Plan for Your Pets
How to keep pets safe in natural disasters and everyday emergencies
Keep Your Dog Safe In the Summer
Summer is a terrific time to be a dog owner. It lets you run, swim, and play with your dog in nicer weather than any other time of the year. However, summer also brings unique risks to your dog's health that you should keep in mind throughout the season.
Dog Water Safety
Water can be a great source of fun for you and your dog. Before you take your pooch out for a paddle, though, make sure you know how to keep things safe.
Fire Safety Prevention and Preparedness for Pet Owners
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Is Your Yard Safe for Your Dog or Cat?
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Dog Tip: Household Hazards, Poisons, and Safety
Poison alert updates and more
Guide To Pet-Safe House Plants
Most pets love exploring their territory and playing near plants, so it's important that pet owners are aware of the potential dangers posed by houseplants.
Dog Toys: How to Pick the Best and Safest
For dogs and other pets, toys are not a luxury, but a necessity.
VetTechColleges.com - VETERINARY TECHNICIAN SCHOOLS
An online resource for prospective students interested in the Vet Tech field.