American Veterinary Medical Association
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), established in 1863, is a not-for-profit association representing more than 74,000 veterinarians working in private and corporate practice, government, industry, academia, and uniformed services. Structured to work for its members, the AVMA acts as a collective voice for its membership and for the profession.
The Dog Whisperer!!
Be the Pack Leader your dog has always wanted you to be!!!
American Veterinary Medical Association Link for Kids
Explore Animated Journeys and discover how much fun it can be to learn about pets and the people who care for them!
University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine
The College of Veterinary Medicine was established by an act of the Tennessee Legislature in 1974. The College is part of the University of Tennessee statewide system and is located on the Agricultural Campus of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
Centers for Disease Control Pet Info
This site has a lot of information! Some of the more important parts discuss diseases that your pets may get that could pass from animals to humans.
Financing that you can apply for, or we can run an application while you wait!
The Humane Society of Sumner County
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) has worked since 1954 to promote the protection of all animals. With nearly ten million members and constituents, The HSUS is the nation's largest and most powerful animal protection organization, working in the United States and abroad to defend the interests of animals. We celebrate the human-animal bond, and we fight animal cruelty and abuse in all of its forms.
Nashville Humane Society
The Nashville Humane Association is one of the oldest service organizations in Nashville. The roots of NHA can be traced back to a society founded in 1887 to protect children form inhumane working conditions and draft horses from mistreatment. This non-profit organization was incorporated in 1946 to protect the well being of animals in Davidson County. The Nashville Humane Association is committed to: promoting humane treatment of animals, finding good homes for stray or abandoned dogs and cats, educating the public about their responsibility to help control the pet population, and providing treatment and care to ensure the well being of animals in our community.
Morris Animal Foundation
It all started over a half-century ago with one veterinarian, a man's best friend and the vision of bridging the gap in animal health. Today, Morris Animal Foundation gives more than $4 million annually to investigators all over the world. These scientists study issues and illnesses that affect animals everywhere, paving the way for veterinarians to assist your pets and the wildlife we all love on their road to better health.
Wildlife Rehabilitation! Help is closer than you might think!
Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary
FFAS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing abused, abandoned and neglected animals in and around Middle TN area. We encourage proper pet care and advocate spaying and neutering to help stop pet overpopulation. We currently use a system of foster homes to house all the animals in our care. We are committed to long-term care and placement of all animals that come into our organization. Therefore, we do not use euthanasia as a means of population control. This in turn makes intake of animals into our system depend on the amount of adoptions. A waiting list is utilized to try to help as many people and animals as possible.
Learn more on our official site!
Tangled Wing Wildlife Conservancy
South Central Pet Services
We care for your needs of tomorrow.
He was a member of your family and you care what happens to him now. The loss of a loved family pet is always an emotional and difficult experience. And one of concern... What consideration should you show your pet's remains? Learn more about the caring people at South Central Pet Services by clicking the link to their website provided.