LINKS OF INTEREST
This page contains links to places where you can purchase supplies, toys etc and lots of educational links.
The following is not a link, just a bit of sound advice in case you are ever involved in an auto accident with your pets in the car.
Make sure there is emergency information on your crate/kennel or glovebox or somewhere that can tell emergency personnel or someone who they can call to take care of your dogs if you can't. I'm not sure but I've heard that emergency personnel don't put that as a high priority on their to do list.
Also, fill out a vet form release or have a note indicating what measures to take on behalf of your dog and who will pay so that the vet's will proceed with care.
and let me know so I can check them out and remove them. Thank you.
The following links will get you almost any product you need for your canine friends These are the companies we have been using.
A site all about safety and dog bite prevention. Excellant list of rules
Information needed before any surgery or use of anesthesia, pain killers, vaccination information plus Dog Feeding | Arthritis | Kidney Disease | Other Health Problems | Treat Recipes | Sample Diets
Dr Jean Dodds recomended vaccination protocal
Basic Canine Medical Information
Blindness in poodles. Information about DNA blood testing for PRCD the
*The following web site on canine epilepsy covers a wide variety of topics written by both lay persons and epilepsy experts: . This is an excellent site. However, as with any web site, you should check with a knowledgeable professional before applying any of the information to your own dog. You also are welcome to contact Barbara Licht, Ph.D. email@example.com (who is heading a research project on the genetic basis of idiopathic epilepsy in Poodles) to obtain information on the diagnostic testing that is recommended, treatments, or to learn about her current research
This website contains much interesting and useful canine information.
The following links are for other things that are
both useful & fun to do with your dog.
For information about training & certification for therapy work.
Competitive dancing teams of dog and human
& much more from the NO PUPPY MILLS Website