Here is a site that is truly devoted to loving dogs. You’ll find tons of dog information here, as well as, see some shelter adds where you could adopt pets if you want!
Please Help – This section goes over the different ways you can help dogs in need. Whether it’s volunteering at your local shelter or adopting a rescue dog, there are plenty of ways to help out.
Dog Pages – This section is full of links to other sites that have interesting dog content. My favorite had to be the Canine Good Citizen Test, which covers 10 things that make your dog a good citizen.
E-cards – Here you will find links to e-card sites that have dog related e-cards.
Video – Here you will find some of the cutest dog videos. I loved Puppy Snatcher and Simon Sez. To watch most of the videos, you will need to right click the link and choose Save As or Save Link As. Take note of where you downloaded it to so you can play it afterward. The only video that you do not need to save is Dog Lifeguard. Just click the link and it will take you to the site with the video.
Blinkies – This section has blinking banners that you can save to your computer and use on your Web page. To save them, right click the image and choose Save Image As. Make sure you note where you saved it to so you can find it later.
Spay-Neuter – This section discusses why you should spay or neuter your pet. It also discusses why it’s good for you, the community and your pet.
Food – Sometimes, feeding your pet can be confusing. Here you can find articles on both feeding and watering your pet. From nutritional information to understanding the labels on the food you buy to the importance of water in your dog’s diet. I found very useful information in this section.
Why Adopt? – A lot of people think that dogs in shelters are either defective, have bad behavior or were bad dogs. This simply isn’t true. You can read the top 10 reasons you should adopt, with a Labrador Retriever as the example.
Friends – This link shows the sites that this site is linked to. And just to warn you, not all of them are pet sites.
News – You’ll notice there are different news areas around the site. There’s the Halloween news bulletin about those fake spider webs. There is a blue news link under the Thought for the Day section with more dog news. There is even a More in Dog News section further down the page.
You can also check out adoptable dogs from different states under the Dogs in Need section or you can check out the Quick Search for a Pet just below the Dogs in Need area.
All my dogs are rescue dogs, so this site really resonates with me. I hope you enjoy it and find some useful information for the dogs in your life!