- Animals on the Farm
- Birds in the Wild
- Rabbits in the Wild
- Veterinary Medicine
- Pet Care Library (HealthyPet.com)
Provides articles. 10-09
- Pets World
Provides 84,000 links to information and activities organized by type of animal or pet.
- Pet Food Recall (MenuFoods.com)
Provides a list of products for cats and dogs that are on the recall list for possibly causing kidney failure and death in animals.
- Exotic Pets (Planet-Pets.com)
Provides descriptions, pictures, and suggestions for the care and feeding of Chinchillas, Ferrets, Frogs, Gerbils, Goats, Guinea Pigs, Hamsters, Hedgehogs, Llamas, Prairie Dogs, Rats, Snakes, Sugar Gliders, Tarantulas, and Zebus.
- Pet Resources (Planet-Pets.com)
Provides tips, descriptions of animals by breed, suppliers of products, and much more. 8-00
- Petfinder (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - ASPCA)
Matches people wanting pets with people wanting to give away pets. 11-99
- Live Animals in the Classroom (University of Saskatchewan)
Provides information and activities for the care and use of animals in the classroom..
- Pets for the Classroom (PetsintheClassroom.org)
"Pets in the Classroom, a grant program sponsored by The Pet Care Trust, provides educational grants to teachers in grades Pre-K through 8 to purchase new pets, pet environments or pet food and supplies for existing classroom pets. Teachers can obtain a grant or coupon for the purchase of a classroom aquarium through an online application process and direct, hassle free grants. The Pets in the Classroom program offers grants up to $150.00 for new pets and pet supplies. Also, teachers can apply for a sustaining grant of $50.00 to purchase additional supplies for current classroom pets."
"Kids benefit from exposure to pets in the classroom in ways that help to shape their lives for years to come. Pets encourage nurturing, help build self esteem, teach responsibility and pets become friends! Our goal is to establish healthy child-pet relationships at an early age by supporting responsible pet care in grammar and middle school classrooms across the country."