Health Care Information

This page will take you to other minds at work. These links have several things in common - they are easily navigated, have interesting content and are mostly animal oriented . We don't necessarily agree with all the information or points of view taken but believe that a well informed person makes better choices for themselves and their pets. These links are meant to send you on a quest for more information. They may not link back to this page so you may want to bookmark.

Health Care Information Links to Veterinary Health Information

Advocacy and Rescue Sites are on Linkpage 2


National Animal Poison Control Center - This is an excellent site. Book marking it is probably a good idea. - AVMA's petcare website

Petowners guide to Common Small Animal poisons Excellent  resource for checking what is toxic to your pet. From the AVMA  the Web Site of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM). If you are searching for a specialist in oncology, neurology or other small animal problem try the ACVIM database.

FDA Animal Medicine Site - Want to know more  about the drug your pet is taking. Check it on the FDA's site. You can also report any problems your pet is having with a drug.

NetVet and The  Electronic Zoo    created by Dr. Ken Boschert, DVM. Just ton's of info and links to an amazing number of animal related sites. Dr Boschert was online before most people knew what the internet was. Go, stay awhile and then go back.  

United States Department of Agriculture - U.S. State & Territory Animal Import Regulations - Before you ship an animal or move to another state with your pet, you should check the states regulations regarding import of animals. They can vary considerably. -  The USDA maintains the information website and it offer a wide range of information both to Veterinary professionals and the general public and animal related problems, infectious disease like mad cow and avian flu and even traveling with pets in foreign counties. Excellent resource.

Cornell Feline Health Center -General information about cat and kitten care. - Tufts Behavorial Science    There are some excellent articles on skin problems and treatment solutions on this website.

Ohio State University's Veterinary Science web site has pet nutrition pages  which contain comparisons of lots of dog foods.  

National Institute of Animal Health (Japan)- an excellent veterinary science and animal health resource. Also up to date world zoonotic disease info.

Tom Volks Fungi pages are just amazing. He has some nice ones on fungal and bacterial infections found in dogs - such as Blastomycosis.

The PetCARE Information Center  The University of Minnesota, Minnesota State Board of Animal Health,  the Minnesota State Legislature, and other state organizations are working together to make this website as current and accurate as possible. Dog Breeds, training tips, health and nutrition.

Altvetmed  - Alternative medical choices for your pet. Holistic Veterinary Medicine—Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Herbal Medicine, Homeopathy, Nutritional Therapy & Other Alternative Modalities.

Zoonotic disease  - Daniel S. Shapiro, M.D.'s web site is devoted to the things we can catch from the critters around us.  

Petdiets - This site provides sound nutritional advice for pet owners and provides a service for formulating a homemade diet at a charge. - Heizpet offers a library of excellent petcare booklets and  articles. is growing very quickly. Post jobs, search resumes, have jobs emailed to you and more. is for all people who work with animals.  

Insect Stings - the online resource on insect stings allergies. This is a very comprehensive and well done website. Well worth a bookmark.  Dr Steve Steinberg's Vet Cancer Registry - a veterinary cancer database that is free and available to everyone.  There are over 7600  cat and dog cases represented and that makes this vast veterinary cancer database an extremely valuable resource.  This is a (nonprofit) website aimed at answering questions people have about veterinary radiology and telemedicine. Matt Wright DVM is in charge.  If you live in the Hampton Roads, Tidewater area of Virginia, this is a wonderful resource for animal people. Lehnanne G. Kidd has done a thoughtful job gathering resources that you can't do without and some you don't even  know you need. Gentic testing   Veterinary genetic disease research and genetic disease detection services for purebred animals. Using VetGen's services, combined with their valuable DNA Profiling and DNA Storage,  animal breeders and owners now have the opportunity to eliminate targeted inherited diseases in a growing number of breeds - OPTIGEN is a service company established to provide DNA based diagnoses and information about inherited diseases of purebred dogs. Committed to an active program of continued research and development of  faster, simpler, less expensive testing procedures for all forms of retinal disease as  well as for dozens of other genetic diseases that affect purebred dogs.  


Veterinary Association Links

American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)

American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP)

American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP)

American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM)

American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)

Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO)

European Society of Feline Medicine (ESFM)

Feline Advisory Bureau (FAB)

United States Pharmacopeia

Vaccine Associated Feline Sarcoma Task Force (VAFSTF)

Veterinary Cancer Society (VCS)


Research and Journals

Current Veterinary Journals and Serials. The University of Montreal - Jean - Paul Jette

Karolinska Institutet Library  - Stockholm, Sweden. Both Human and Animal disease topics.

MEDLINE plus, also called PubMed. The NIH Library Provides access to information about specific diseases and conditions, consumer health information, dictionaries, lists of hospitals and Doctors, health information in Spanish and other languages, and clinical trials.    

Veterinary Practice Magazine now has The Veterinary Practice website. You'll find their latest articles online, and archives of their printed issues. This is a United Kingdom Publication but should be of interest to most people in animal related fields. for a complete list is veterinary education opportunities, veterinary schools, vet tech schools , on-lined education.


Treatment Centers and Veterinary Specialists and other Veterinarians

The Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicine  For 30 years they have been providing emergency care to residents of Northern Virginia. This Facility is much more then that now. Affiliated with 60 area Veterinarians and specialists, it is a fill service veterinary hospital open 24 hours a day. Within the building you will find an emergency hospital, a Veterinary surgical center, a veterinary Cardiologist and a Board Certified Internist. 416 Maple Avenue West, Vienna, VA. 22180-4221    24 hour phone 703-281-5121 fax 703-2810149   Mar Vista Animal Medical Center 3850 Grand View Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90066 (310) 391-6741 Fax: (310) 391-6744 Excellent website

Portland Veterinary Specialists  A state-of-the-art radioactive iodine treatment center for hyperthyroid cats in the state of Maine. Dr. Gail Mason Dr Roger Ross, DVM has put together a really great site with lots of helpful healthcare topics about cats and dog . There are also great history lessons running down the side panel. Things to amaze your friends with at your next dinner gathering. I love it.  Animals suffer from eye problems that are similar to those which affect humans. These problems include cataracts, glaucoma, dry eye, corneal ulceration, tumors of the eye, eyelid defects, inflammation of the eye and surrounding tissues, retinal degeneration, and many others. Veterinary ophthalmologists can provide animals with much of the medical and surgical eye care that is available for humans. Due to rapid advances in the knowledge, techniques, and equipment necessary to provide specialty eye care to veterinary patients, your primary care veterinarian may choose to consult a specialist for eye problems that are unusual or for those that have not responded to initial therapy. If your pet has an eye problem, referral may help. The veterinary ophthalmologist may be able to preserve or restore vision, treat a painful eye, or diagnose a troubling ophthalmic condition. 1612 Washington Boulevard, Fremont, California 94539 The website has information specific to breeders about genetic testing as well as veterinary information about eye disorders.


Behaviorist and behavior problems Directory of Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists  (cats as well) - Patricia McConnell Ph.D.Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist Dr. Patricia McConnell received her Ph.D. in Zoology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison researching dog behavior and communication between professional trainers and working domestic animals. She is currently the owner of Dog's Best Friend Ltd., and Adjunct Associate Professor in Zoology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, teaching "The Biology and Philosophy of Human/Animal Relationships." Co-host of Wisconsin Public Radio's "Calling All Pets," Dr. McConnell gives advice about behavior problems on over 100 radio stations across the country. She is the behavior columnist for the BARk magazine ("the New Yorker of Dog Magazines") and a Consulting Editor for the Journal of Comparative Psychology. She is the author of the much acclaimed book "The Other End of the Leash," as well as a highly respected series of booklets on the treatment of behavioral problems. McConnell is a sought after seminar speaker, giving seminars and speeches about canine and feline behavior around the world. There are quite a few staff trainers as as well associated with this excellent resource. - Dr. Joy Craft is a massage therapist and a microcurrent therapist and a author and a teacher who has been practicing for almost 40 years devoted to animal health and service to the animal kingdom. She specializes in holistic healing, rehabilitation massage and Microcurrent therapy and has written several books on animals and healing..  She is one of three veterinarians in the country who are also massage therapists and chiropractors and the only veterinarian who has written 5 books and made two videos. Her latest video HEAL YOUR DOG WITH MASSAGE was in Nov. issue of Whole Dog Journal and there was a large write up about her and Canine Massage last year in Massage Therapy Journal in Feb.  She also gives seminars and guest appearances in schools and on TV etc.  Joy is  a veterinarian holistic , using massage and other natural methods including micro current therapy to treat all animals. Her web site tells all about her work and her philosophy. Her books and videos are  for sale on the web and announcements of her current seminars for pet owners to learn these techniques too. Lately, she's been teaching a lot of search and rescue dog owners how to Rehab. These are important animals who receive a lot of injuries doing their work.


Online vets  Dolittler welcomes you to the real world of veterinary medicine. We wish you and your pet an enjoyable visit. You are invited to learn, laugh, and let us know what you love or loathe about our blog. Dolittler was created to entertain and challenge the minds of animal lovers everywhere with intelligent, real-world information on veterinary medicine for pets. Dolittler's founder, Dr. Patty Khuly, is a 1995 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated from Wellesley College with a BA in Art History prior to attending vet school. She later received her MBA from The Wharton School as part of her extended veterinary education.Go look. It's interesting, it's honest, and I like it a lot. - VetUSA: Veterinary Listings database for the United States. -  Academy of veterinary Dentistry - online. Members are listed by country and in the US by state.

Email-A-Vet Description: Online Veterinary Questions, Answers, and Information   Dr Chris Suckow is a really nice guy. He's in Los Angeles, CA but will answer email questions. Need a vet in LA.? See Dr Chris or he'll be glad to recommend another good vet. Told you he was nice.


Great Vets

When dedicated people seeking advanced treatment write me and tell me how well a veterinarian handled a really difficult case I will add that vet here if I can the provide adequate contact information. There are a lot of really good vets out there. Some of the vets on this list are repeaters - more then one person has mentioned them.

Dr. Phillip Bergman-AMC NYC oncologist (head of the study)-Very nice guy. Took the time to speak with me prior to the study and answer any questions. Dr Bergman has been mentioned in several emails.

Dr. Maria Camps-AMC NYC oncologist-Very kind and knowledgeable. She's wonderful with the pets and their owners. A rare gem.

Dr. Bonnie Lefbom-Chesapeake Veterinary Cardiology Associates (CVCA)-MD/VA area-Excellent scientist and practitioner, as well as a kind and empathetic person. Treats the pet and the person with great kindness and respect. Most of Dr Lefbom's work is done at the The Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicine in Vienna. and

Dr. Skye Rasmussen- The Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicaine - 416 Maple Ave West Vienna, VA 22180-4221 (703)281-5121 ( 703) 281-0149 FAX I cannot say enough about this wonderful lady. She was very sweet and kind, but honest and helpful (even when the news wasn't good). Dr Rasmussen only see's patients on an emergency basis. But if you live in Northern Virginia when you have an emergency - Both she and Dr Lefbom practice at this one.


UK - Veterinarians and Hospitals

Barons Court Veterinary Centre

2 Comeragh Road
London W14 9HP
020 7385 9911

Here at Barons Court Veterinary Centre, we pride ourselves on the friendly and caring approach we take, creating a relaxed atmosphere for you and your pet. We are happy to treat all small animals from dogs and cats to ferrets and parrots. We have close links with specialists in behaviour and alternative medicine, so if your pet requires either of these we can arrange a referral. With four members of staff (two vets, one veterinary nurse and one receptionist) we are able to provide you with a very personal and expert service, sharing over 45 years’ of experience between us. We keep ahead of advances in veterinary medicines and technologies to ensure that your pet receives the highest standard of care during his or her visit to the surgery. Routine opening hours are 8.30am - 6.30pm Monday to Friday and 9am - 12noon on Saturdays. Consultations by appointment. We can also board your cat here. All we ask is that it is up-to-date with routine vaccinations and treated for fleas (which can obviously be done here). Ros Preston BSC VN Head Nurse


Dog Training - Discover the most advanced dog training content site that has more than 200+ pages of pure content that will Help you with any problem or Question you might have. This is a nice site. All dogs benefit from being trained and there are lots of tops and resources to find here.  Agility, Obedience and puppy training classes and courses in Leicester/Leicestershire, UK. Training methods are reward based with the emphasis on having fun.


Specific diseases dogs and cats


G. Diane Shelton DVM, PhD


Dogs - Specific dog disease


The Bella Moss Foundation

Helping animals suffering with mrsa

Helping animals with mrsa uk charitable company helping animals with mrsa 

MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), sometimes referred to in the media as the SUPERBUG. It affects both humans and animals.  MRSA is a bacterium that, under normal conditions, is relatively harmless. Infection usually occurs through a wound of some kind, either because of a skin ulcer that will not heal or through surgery. Infection is different from colonisation because the invading bacteria tend to grow more rapidly and cause ill-effects to the body. These come because of the toxins that the bacteria now pour into the blood, and through the damage that occurs to the surrounding tissue. This causes the symptoms and signs of infection, and need to be treated rapidly. For a comprehensive overview of MARSA and well as a guide to veterinary prevention methods please see The Bella Moss Foundation Website.

Addison's Disease A good collection of Addison's material. There is a lot of information for someone dealing with the treatment of addison's in their dog.  

Urinary Stone - Forming in Dalmations & Other Dogs Urinary stones are a big problem for Dalmatians and can be a problem in other breeds. There is a huge amount of information gathered here about the causes and treatments.


Dog Stuff  a lovely resource for those of you caring for a senior canine companion. Thing you need and thing you didn't even know you needed - or may want to make your Buddy more comfortable.   The American Rare Breed Association The mission of the American Rare Breed Association is to serve and protect the "Rare Breed Dog" here in the United States. To promote and educate the public dog fancier about over 130 or more breeds from around the world that are not now recognized by the major kennel club of the United States, the American Kennel Club.    A resource for dog pictures and more. If you enjoy viewing and/or posting dog pictures then this is a very good website indeed. A friendly place were your dog will surely feel at home.  Directory for Dog Lovers Doglovers writes about dog care and products and gives you best stores reviews. Learn about best dog toys, beds, houses. There are breeder resources and lists of kennels as well. is not just for the Irish. Its for anyone that really loves dogs. Before you consider breeding your dog, take a visit. The pro's and cons are stated here by Peter Banks more eloquently then I have seen them stated anywhere. Of course, that's just a small part of this very wonderful site. It's one way to visit Ireland - get to know her dogs. - This is a site that addresses all sorts of dog related issues - the fun ones and the hard ones. Renee Lester is building a site that will be helpful to people that care about dogs. She offers links to sites that provide information on selection, training and behavior. There are links to dogs that help people and people that help dogs. Spay/neuter information, safety tips and much more. There is a thoughtful section on the Pit Bull hysteria sweeping our nation and taking many wonderful dogs with it.    

Pooch parties this is really too cute. They have party packs you can get to throw just the right party for your favorite pooch.  If you are interested in getting a dog, its best that you look at what the breed is about, so that you know it will suit you and your lifestyle. This website is a good place to do that. The dogs are in alphabetical order, there is a picture, personality description, energy and activity requirements, life expectancy and temperament. Easy to do your doggie homework here. - a really terrific dog resource  

About dogs - Tons of information for dog lovers.

Dog Breed Selector - This is really a great idea..and it worked for me. Give it a try before you choose a dog for yourself or your family...or just have some fun. I checked for smartest smallish dog and of course Schipperke was the answer, so I know the selector works. Curt has also added all kinds of other selectors. This is a very interesting site.

The Dog Zone -The dog breeders exchange and resource center

Canine Connections - An online magazine and information service with extensive rescue and breed resources. - An online magazine and information service with extensive rescue and breed resources. - An online magazine and information service with extensive rescue and breed resources. - An online magazine and information service with extensive rescue and breed resources. - An online magazine and information service with extensive rescue and breed resources. - An online magazine and information service with extensive rescue and breed resources.

Lebenshunger German Shepherds - Every Lebenshunger puppy is bred to produce the complete German Shepherd Dog and this means, family first. Whether the intention for your Lebenshunger puppy is: show, service, work or simply a cherished member of your home, character and sound temperament are essential. This is the Lebenshunger puppy. How can you be sure? Ask anybody who owns one! Kevin or Patti Schmersal       E-mail:

Altacrest -The Elegant Doberman Pincher is shown at its best here. Everything you need to know and pictures.

-The Elegant Doberman Pincher is shown at its best here. Everything you need to know and pictures. and - Two websites same people..same fine very fine Labrador Retrievers. Want to see what Labs are supposed to look like? Check these sites. There is a lot of general good sense information that has been carefully collected on the site that is of help  to dog people. 

Aussome Aussies - Take a look at Bena's Australian Terriers. She has managed to slow them down long enough for pictures. Bena's been tinkering - added more pictures and a great recipe for doggie cookies.

The Schipperke Page - Julie Rampke has put together a page for Schip lovers. 

Schipperke Rescue Worldwide  -  If you are considering a Schipperke as a pet - please check the Schip rescue page that Amy has put together.  -  If you are interested in Schipperke's - Scott and Suzy Grubaugh, 3475 West Tasa Drive,  Meridian, ID 83642  - 208-405-1005 - Pam Mayes, Alabama Pug Rescue and Adoption, Inc.  

Fireside Welsh Springer Spaniels   - If your interested in Welsh springers or just want to have a look at a nice collection of Canine related information - this fireside would be a good place to spend some time.    

I-Love-Dogs Directory of Dog Websites & Tons of FREE Dog Stuff!

DOGFLU.CA    Really nice site with a interesting assortment of articles on dog health, training, care and legal issues pertaining to dogs.  Forums related to dogs, rescue connections and and a picture area. A community for dogs lovers conceived by the the brains behind


Cat Stuff  

About Cats- This site is chocka block with info collected and monitored by Franny Syufy. Health care, how to - very very well done.  

Bashful's - Have some fun, learn some stuff - Bashful and her Mom have put together a great cat site.

Karen Commings, B.A., M.L.S.Cat person , contributing editor, award-winning writer and author. Karens books  - "Manx Cats: A Complete Pet Owner's Manual," Barron's 1999; "Shelter Cats," 1998, and "The Shorthaired Cat: an Owner's Guide to a Happy, Healthy Pet," 1996, both from Howell Books are available on her site. You might want to take a look

Vanrinkl Cornish Rex Cat Page - This is a delightful and information filled site. Check out the color breeding charts and the easy to use gestation chart. Then look at the cool cats.      


Links to Specific Feline Disorder or Disease

Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) - This site explains some basics about how the heart functions, what hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is, how it impairs the heart's ability to function, how a veterinarian diagnoses HCM, and the goal of prescribing medications to manage it.

Feline Hip Dysplasia awareness- Very informative gathering of data regarding Hip Dysplasia in cats.

Feline Diabetes - This is a comprehensive, supportive and well designed resource for anyone with a diabetic cat. - Hyperthyroidism source - Dr. David S. Herring and Dr. Rand S. Wachsstock are co-founders of Radiocat, a veterinary practice dedicated exclusively to the care and treatment of feline hyperthyroidism with practice locations in Hartford CT, Atlanta GA, Baltimore MD, West Chester PA, and Springfield VA.

Chloe's Web - FeLV Support  - This is an excellent resource and support system dedicated to Feline Leukemia.

Feline Chronic Renal Failure Information Center- This is an excellent source of CRF medical information and support.

The Feline Polycystic Kidney Disease Home page  - information on PKD. This site has a great deal of medical data and also has support information. Thyro-Cat - Treating feline hyperthyroidism with radioactive iodine (I-131) therapy A group of feline hyperthyroidism treatment centers with locations in the New York / New England area.


Support and Rescue Sites - P.U.R.R. People United For Rescue and Rehabilitation (working in partnership with the Taylor County Humane Society, Grafton, WV)  this is an excellent resource for people in Florida looking for a pet. It lists rescues by breed and also humane organizations by county. Good one. - Hope's Haven Chinese Crested & Hairless Dog Rescue, Inc. 

Kyler Laird's animal rescue resources - Kyler Laird has put together a huge rescue resource that lists over 2000 animal rescue agencies. Pure bred dogs rescues, cats, Avian,  ferrets, reptiles, rats and pot bellied pigs rescues can all be found here. If you are looking for a companion pet or if you are unable to keep your pet for reasons beyond your control - please look at this website. There are many dedicated, caring people only a link away. They can help you make decisions and find a place for a pet that you are not able to keep so that pet does not end up in tragic circumstances. They can also help you find that loving companion you seek . There are many wonderful pets waiting in rescues, in shelters to be adopted to good homes. Some were abused, some casually abandoned, some beloved pets who have lost their human friends to death and nursing homes. You don't need to adopt a puppy to develop a loving relationship with an animal. In some cases its love at first sight, it seldom takes long to reach even the most broken of hearts. It just takes love and kindness. Consider rescues and shelters. We as a society throw away hundreds of thousands of pets a year. We can help.

Internet Lost and Found  -If you have lost a pet you might try placing an ad here or scanning the found listing. -  A Canadians rescue that is intended to: - give rescue groups a listing where they can ask for volunteers or donations; - be an educational site where the public can learn about cat rescue and hopefully raise its profile - as well as increasing donations, volunteers and adoptions - and also be a general educational site about cats. Vera Kalbol will also create web pages or small sites for Canadian cat rescue groups that don't have web presence (at least until such time as she is overwhelmed with requests, if it happens). Everything is free of charge.  


Other Pets

Horses - This is the place for horse people. It has it all. A complete equine web resource. But if you can't find it there..and I bet you can - they have extensive links to other resources.


Herp Links

Melissa Kaplan's Herp Pages - an extremely well written information and resource area. Good information, terrific lady.

The Basking Spot- herp events, publications, societies and organizations.


Avian Info

Hotspot for Birds - hand raised parrots, bird supplies and health information . Exotic Critter Links

Arachnocentric- information and sales of the spiders of the world.

Bacon - pot bellied pigs - faqs, pictures, links and contests. Hog heaven.

Llama Web - domain of the Llama's - fun facts, farms and info.

ChinNet- bet your chinny chin chin you 'll find the chinchilla faq's and connections you want here.

bclee's Rats! - I love this place. Rat and Mice lovers can find lots of links, pictures and info. All it lacks is a Rizzo fan page .


Fish Links

SierraM's Fishy Homepage - Lots of information and links - pretty graphics.


General interest Pet Sites

AcmePet-Chat rooms, bulletin boards, classified ads - a pet guide for all types of animals.

NetPets- products, petcare tips, photo gallery and "BAD DOG" and not to be confused with -

NetPet Magazine-online animal information site - with cool graphics - edited by Bonnie Dalzell.    


Links to People Health Information  

Family Friendly Fun and Special Needs Resources offers access to mind, body and spirit enriching information that enhances the quality and enjoyment of family life with special needs.  

Quackwatch - Anyone who is, knows or loves someone with a chronic or fatal illness wants them better, wants them not to hurt, not to suffer. There is a lot of good medical information online that can help you understand and manage treatment. There is also a good deal of bad advice, possibly very damaging suggestions and promises of cures where none exist. Dr Bennett's terrific website points out the quackery, helps you understand why it's really bad advice and what the options really are. Bookmark it..

Animal Assisted Therapy - Animal-Assisted-Therapy (AAT) and Animal-Assisted-Activities (AAA) are two therapeutic tools used to help reinforce the human-animal bond, proven to increase the recovery rate of patients, and successfully assisting with a variety of physical, physiological, and psychological impairments.    

The - This is a source for Florinef (Rx)for the treatment of Addisons disease.


Other Interesting Links

Hoax Busters - Want to find out if the e-mail you got about free money, children in trouble, or company give-away is for real? Most all of these messages are hoaxes or chain letters. While hoaxes do not automatically infect systems like a virus or Trojan, they are still time consuming and costly to remove from all the systems where they exist. The people at CIAC,  spend much more time de-bunking hoaxes than handling real virus and Trojan incidents. Their website describes some of the warnings, offers, and pleas for help that are filling your mailboxes, clogging your mail servers, and that generally do not have any basis in fact. Look here before you send that e-mail on to someone else. Hoax Warnings - Different category. These are virus and Trojan horse related hoax warnings. Don't spread them. Seems like a good idea to pass this information on to a friend, but its not. 

David and Barbara Mikkelson's Urban Legend Reference Pages -General urban legends. This is just a really interesting category to read. There are a lot of them on this website. They are broken up into nice categories for easy reference.

Bluemountain- Electronic greetings for all seasons. Lots of choices - let them say it for you..or you can change the greetings to whatever you want.  

E- Cards - I love these things. Wildlife oriented electronic greeting cards. Why not put a smile in someone email box.    

123 greeting cards - all sorts of e cards for you to send for all sorts of occasions. Now you shouldn't miss anybody's special day.


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