Our links fall into four categories:
1. Sites that provide useful information
2. Services that we have personally experienced and have been delighted with.
3. Products we or our clients have used with success.
4. Giving Back: Rescues we know personally, research we support, etc.
USDA Nutrient Database provides nutrient values for foods (without bones)
Pubmed comprises more than 21 million citations for biomedical literature
MHilton Photography is home to photographer Mariah Hilton who is responsible for the photography on this site and the only photgrapher who could capture our Tori's very soul with her lens. We recommend her without hesitation.
Hemopet provides blood products and incredible value for blood tests via Dr. Jean Dodds.
Lexiconn Internet Services for superior service, integrity and help that truly is 24/7.
Merchant Corner for website developement and design with a unique difference - they walk the walk rather than making empty promises. We're grateful to Kyle for his patience and professionalism, and we like that he's a devoted dog "dad", too.
Canine Sports Productions is the place to find informative CDs and books by Christine Zink DVM, PhD. Dr. Zink is considered to be one of the world's leading speakers about canine sports.
Handicapped Pets offers dog wheelchairs and products that can bring back quality of life to injured dogs.
Misfit Manor Dog Rescue does incedible work that most others don't. They take in dogs regardless of the possible illness that may cost thousands of dollars to treat. Whatever a dog needs is what they'll get. From traditional to compliementary vet care, homeprepared diets and more - and foster homes that are second to none.
Paws Rule is a non-profit corporation registered in the State of North Carolina that holds a 501c3 tax-exempt status. They save dogs and cats from the gas chamber. Literally. They've proven to be tireless, ethical, and they deserve your support.
Eyes Ears Nose and Paws is a nonprofit organization (501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (EIN 61-1436221) that trains and places assistance dogs. Their programs create a healthier community by increasing independence for individuals with disabling medical conditions, improving opportunities for individual control over medical care, and encouraging therapeutic interventions that improve physical and mental health.
Speaking of Dogs is based in Toronto, and helps to transport, foster, re-home, and vet dogs. They have a special focus on older dogs, taking them in from shelters and those that are puppy-mill survivors.