The following links will be of interest to all pet and animal lovers. We encourage you to visit these sites for additional information regarding the care of your pets as well as other information.
American Veterinary Medical Association

The AVMA Web site is the place where veterinary professionals, pet owners and animal lovers go to find comprehensive information on pet care and animal health.

The AVMA, founded in 1863, is a not-for-profit association representing more than 76,000 U.S. veterinarians.
Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association

This website keeps you up-to-date with issues, recalls, and events concerning animal issues in Tennesse as well as nationally. The Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association is committed to advancing the science and art of veterinary medicine. Our 840+ members work to ensure that laws and regulations promote the health and well-being of all animals, and protect public health and human welfare. The TVMA offers an online advocacy tool, Capwiz-XC, that allows us to keep you up-to-date on key legislative issues and provide a quick and simple way for you to stay in contact with your lawmakers. Click here to link to the TVMA Legislative Action Center.
The American Society for the Prevention and Cruelty to Animals

The ASPCA was founded in 1866 as the first humane organization in the Western Hemisphere. The Society was formed to alleviate the injustices animals faced then, and we continue to battle cruelty today. Whether it's saving a pet who has been accidentally poisoned, fighting to pass humane laws, rescuing animals from abuse or sharing resources with shelters across the country, we work toward the day in which no animal will live in pain or fear. Come and join us in the fight to end animal cruelty.
Veterinary Partner is here to support your veterinarian and you in the care of your companion animals by providing reliable, up-to-date animal health information from the veterinarians and experts of the Veterinary Information Network (VIN), the world's first and largest online veterinary database and community.
Humane Education Society in Chattanooga

Whether you want to adopt a special pet, or need help with behavioral issues of an already adopted companion, you can find all the help you need right here! Navigate your way to questions you might have about lost pets or city/county ordinances.

Pet overpopulation is a national epidemic. Our mission is to educate the public concerning proper care and treatment of all companion animals and to utilize all our available resources to effectively reduce the number of those animals found homeless in our community. Our programs and services are designed to serve the animals in our care and to give them a second chance for a forever home. Our purpose is to help lost, abandoned, or abused animals. Our goal is to never again have to euthanize an animal because there is not enough room for them in our shelter.
Pet Placement Center, Chattanooga

View pets that are ready for adoption.
American Animal Hospital Association

AAHA guidelines are developed by a team of experts to provide recommendations that improve the quality of pet care or provide guidance on other veterrinary-related issues.
McKamey Animal Care and Adoption Center

This center is committed to setting a new standard in animal welfare, offering services for adoption, animal population control, education and animal rescue.