RESOURCES

Information, Tips & Reference Materials……..Easy to find when you need it

 

 

(1) PHONE NUMBERS, SERVICE SITES & LINKS

 

  IMPORTANT NUMBERS EVERY PET OWNER SHOULD HAVE AT THEIR FINGERTIPS 

 

NATIONAL PET RECOVERY HOT LINE: 1 800 984 8638.  Whenever your pet is lost, this is one of your first places of help to report your missing friend. This 24-hour service will help you to locate your pet.  Lost pets usually end up in an animal shelter before the county or city steps in.  Members pay $25.00 for lifetime membership for their pet (which includes special ID tags, etc.).  Members may opt for “elite” membership at a cost of $55.00 annually.  This entitles you to a complete recovery option, including the distribution or flyers, posters, etc., should your pet ever become missing.  Non-members pay $50 and above for recovery services.

 

LEGAL HOT LINE: 1 800 555 6517.  “I think my neighbors are abusing their pet.  Can I do anything to stop them?”  Here is the number
to call.  To know your rights and how to go about expressing your displeasures, this number is for you.  Please try not to call because you don’t like someone’s method of training his or her dog.  Animal Legal Defense Fund helps with landlord-tenant issues, vet problems, neglect and any form of abuse.

 

NATIONAL ANIMAL POISON CONTROL CENTER: 1 888 426 4435 (1 888 ANI HELP).  In a life-and-death situation, when every minute counts for your cat, dog or other pet, this 24-hour manned emergency number is your pet’s lifesaver.  It’s sponsored in part by 36 different companies, along with a $45.00 charge for consultation.

 

EMERGENCY DISASTER HOTLINE: 1 800 227 4645.  Provided by the American Humane Association, this number is your first point of contact for your pets in earthquake preparedness or any other disaster.  They’ll provide information on what to do and where to go, and also provide support and relief information.

 

PET LOSS SUPPORT HOT LINE: 1 888 478 7574.  Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine provides a source for emotional support for those who have lost an animal friend or are anticipating the loss of their pet. Veterinary students at the college man this free service.  There is a 24-hour touch phone line where you can leave a message and someone will return your phone call.  It’s operated seven days a week 6:00pm-9:00pm CST, May to August, Wednesdays and Fridays 6:00pm-9:00pm.  This is a free service.

 

SPAY HELP LINE: 1 800 248 SPAY. One way to prevent several unwanted lovely pets from ending up in shelters or destroyed is to spay or neuter your pets. Thousands of abandoned and unwanted pets are euthanized annually due to over-or irresponsible breeding and other factors.  So, before you consider giving up your pet to the shelter, this organization can help you.  SPAY USA provides free or low cost services to all.  Call them for an appointment and to find locations of over 950 programs and clinics nationwide.  Your local animal shelters also help in providing similar services.

 

 

Contacts For Pet Lovers    http://www.afn.org/~afn26752/phone.html
Includes: 

Pet Loss Support Hotlines,

Lost Pet Hotlines,

Poison Control Hotlines,

Animal Behavior Hotlines,

Veterinary Helplines,

Pet Information Helplines,

Pet Health Insurance Companies

 

 

Nationwide service sites & links available for pet lovers. 

Poison Control: http://www.afn.org/~afn26752/phone.html#poison

Dog Park Locator at:  http://www.dogparkusa.com/

Dog Amber Alert at:  http://dogamberalert.com/

Florida Pet Pages at:  http://www.floridapetpages.com/

Come Over Rover at:  http://www.comeoverrover.com/

Professional Pet Moving at:  http://royalpaws.com/Pet-Moving

The Humane Society of the US  http://www.humanesociety.org

ASPCA http://www.aspca.org

 

 

(2)  RESCUE TIPS & RESOURCES – Tips, how to’s & resources to help with rescuing animals

http://www.healthypetnetwork.org/NewsLetter_archive/August-2011/rescue_tips_resources.htm

 

Including:

Building outside housing for ferals: http://www.spayandstay.org/wintershelter.htm & http://urbancatleague.org/Shelters.html

Cold weather Tips: http://www.alleycat.org/NetCommunity/Page.aspx?pid=701

Socialization:  http://www.urbancatleague.org/Info.htm#Socializing

FINANCIAL AID: Grants for Shelters and Rescue Groups

http://www.healthypetnetwork.org/downloads/Grants_2009_draft.pdf

http://www.healthypetnetwork.org/downloads/Grantwriting.pdf

Starting a non Profit: http://www.ehow.com/how_2117271_start-nonprofit-animal-rescue.html

Grant Writing: http://www.rescuinganimalsinneed.org/financial_help.htm

http://www.animalfriendsrescue.org/financialassistance.html

 

AND MUCH MUCH MORE………

How to Find Pet Insurance that Covers Pre-Existing Conditions

http://www.money.co.uk/article/1009442-how-to-find-pet-insurance-that-covers-pre-existing-conditions.htm


(3)  LINKS TO PET RECALLS

A)  Pet Food, supplement and treat recalls:     http://www.healthypetnetwork.org/NewsLetter_archive/August-2011/emergency_numbers.htm#recalls

Stay up with the latest pet recalls and protect your animal children.

B)  Specific Recall & warnings: http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/default.htm

 

(4)  TOP 10 PET TOXINS : http://www.healthypetnetwork.org/NewsLetter_archive/August-2011/top-10-toxins.htm

 

(5)  NUTRITION  101-Tips, info & facts: http://www.healthypetnetwork.org/NewsLetter_archive/August-2011/nutrition_tips.htm

 

(6)A-TYPICAL CORTISOL IMBALANCE SYNDROME (PLECHNER SYNDROME):

http://www.healthypetnetwork.org/NewsLetter_archive/August-2011/tech_report.htm

The extremely important research paper by Jeremy Goldman, regarding the ACIS Syndrome that Dr. Al Plechner discovered as the CAUSE of many catastrophic diseases. It also discusses the protocol he has developed, successfully treating many thousands of animal patients, back to good health.

 

(7)IMPORTANT REFERENCE ARTICLES– regarding events and circumstances that may affect your family, and what you can do about itWhat to do about radiation

http://www.healthypetnetwork.org/NewsLetter_archive/August-2011/radiation.htm

 

(8)HEALTHY PET DIGEST NEWSLETTER ARCHIVES: http://www.healthypetnetwork.org/NewsLetter_archive/archive.htm

 

 

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