With the staggering amount of pet health information available on the Internet, it is often difficult to find exactly what you are looking for. The Internet Guide to Pet Health is a one-stop guide that weeds through all the clutter to bring you only the most dependable sources and relevant content. This comprehensive compilation of annotated links will serve as a handy, useful, and easy-to-consult guide for persons who appreciate animals and/or own domestic pets of all kinds, especially cats and dogs. This text also features a full glossary of medical terms, bibliography, and a quick-find index.
The health needs of pet animals have become as complex and specialized as those of humans. Pet owners, veterinarians, and animal lovers alike need authoritative, reliable, and up-to-date information about caring for the health and well-being of pets. The Internet Guide to Pet Health offers a quick, easy, and comprehensive reference to quality Web sites that focus on the health and welfare of animal companions.
The Internet Guide to Pet Health will help you pinpoint reliable information on: • the health benefits of pet ownership • diseases transmitted by pets • pet food safety • animal care and welfare societies and organizations • death, dying, and euthanasia • poisons, dangerous situations, and other hazards • spaying and neutering • traveling with pets • pet-specific care for dogs, cats, small animals, and fish • surgery, surgical procedures, and hospitalization • exercise and training • dental care, diet, and nutrition • disabled pets • service and therapy animals • and much, much more! The Internet Guide to Pet Health is an ideal resource for anyone who is directly involved in the lives of pet companions or simply an animal lover. Medical librarians in academic medical centers and teaching hospitals; consumer health and public librarians; veterinarians and veterinary clinic staff; public health personnel; animal trainers; and groomers will also find this to be an invaluable text.