Use the links below to visit Web sites and Usenet newsgroups offering information of interest regarding the health and well-being of animals. Help Save Pets is not affiliated with any other organization or governmental agency and is non-political and non-activist in nature. We do not necessarily agree or disagree with the content of the Web sites listed below.
Humane Society of the United States
The nation’s largest animal-protection organization, HSUS was founded in 1954 to promote the humane treatment of animals and to foster respect, understanding, and compassion for all creatures. Their Web site is packed with up to date information, expert advice, and links to answer all of your questions. Click to learn more!
Excellent and thorough advice to consider when you’re thinking of adopting a cat or dog. Includes advice on helping your pet adapt to your home environment, introducing new and old pets, and being a responsible pet owner.
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Founded in 1866, the ASPCA has worked to alleviate pain, fear and suffering in animals through means such as humane law enforcement, legislative advocacy, education and hands-on animal care. The ASPCA Web site offers information on pet care and nutrition, humane education, and much more. Click to learn more.
National Animal Poison Control Center
The first and only animal-oriented poison control center in North America. The NAPCC is a non-profit service and has provided toxicological consultation with veterinarians and animal owners for over 17 years. 1-888-4ANI-HELP. From the ASPCA. Click to learn more.
Search over a thousand adoptable pets, locate shelters and rescue groups currently caring for adoptable pets, browse resources on caring for your pet, post classified ads for lost or found pets, pets wanted, and pets needing homes. Click to learn more.
A comprehensive list of animal organizations nationwide by state, offering resourses for dogs in need and offering dogs for adoption. Click to learn more.
A comprehensive list of animal organizations nationwide by state, offering resourses for cats in need and offering cats for adoption . Click to learn more.