Here are links to pages devoted to collecting lots of links on a wide variety of topics. These can lead to information on health, choosing a dog, rescue and adoption organizations, training and behavior, mixed breed dogs, legislation and animal politics, dog related products and resources, and much much more. Also included are a few miscellaneous specialty sites.
This site contains mostly original material on topics such as choosing a dog; breeding; health issues; care and maintenance; puppy stuff; training, manners and socialization; and much more. The articles are interesting, thoughtful and well written.
Maintained by Sandi Dremel. The site descriptions show that there was both thought and consideration in choosing and describing the links. Instead of trying to collect every possible link this site has tried to collect the most useable sites covering a wide range of dog-related topics that provide information and networking assistance, without compromising the dogs, other pet animals, or their human companions.
The ASPCA/National Animal Poison Control Center is the first and only animal-orientated poison control center in North America. It is a nonprofit service and has provided toxicological consultation with veterinarians and animal owners for over 17 years.
Some tips and links to preparing your pet to be safe and comfortable in the event of fire, flood, earthquake or other significant event.
An organization of dog owners promoting responsible dog ownership, education and legislation that is fair and balanced.
Somewhere, someplace someone thinks each of these is a breed - even the mixed breeds.
You w ant to plan an event and need to know when it is going to be light enough to see in the morning. Chose generate a calendar that shows sunrise, sunset and civil twilight.
The largest single breed dog registry in North America. Governed by volunteer Australian Shepherd fanciers elected by the membership, ASCA is dedicated to preserving the Standard of Excellence for the Australian Shepherd Dog. I include this site because although they are a breed specific organization mixed breeds may participate in performance events.
More information on the All American or mixed breed dog; clubs that allow competition for titles, politics and other issues.
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