• Karen Bishop (www.emergingearthangels. com)
Dr. Al Plechner (www.drplechner.com)
Dr. Plechner's site for the human animal (www.stopmycancer.com)
NewSage Press (www.newsagepress.com)
Pet Heroes (www.petheroes.com)
The Pet Shelter Network (www.petshelter.org)
Sandy Gaston, bird behavior specialist (www.animalnature.com)
• Petfinder.com (www.petfinder.com)
Purrfect Pals (www.purrfectpals.org)
Humane Society for Seattle/King County (www.seattlehumane.org)
Martha's Fan Site (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/fansofanimalworld/). This is a Yahoo group. Sign up and log in to chat!
Angel Animals (www.angelanimals.com)
Virtual Pet Cemetery (www.mycemetery.com/pet/index.html). Your chance to iimmortalize your pet in cyberspace.
Pet Loss Support Page (http://findinfo.com/petloss.htm). A website which offers articles about pet loss, online memorials, hotlines, counselors, discussion groups, pet memorial products, stories, and poetry
Pet Bereavement and Adoption (www-hsc.usc.edu/~rneville/losslink.html). Tributes to the animal friends we shared our life with, and links to finding new ones.
The Delta Society (http://www.deltasociety.org). The Delta Society, headquartered in Renton, Washington, is a human-service organization that promotes animals helping people improve their health, independence, and quality of life. Delta's programs and services include its visiting Pet Partners Program; Animal-Assisted Therapy Services which incorporates animals into treatment; the National Service-Dog Center assisting people with disabilities; and People & Pets teaching individuals and families how companion-animals improve health and well-being in everyday life. For general information of Delta Society or details on the annual conference in Cincinnati, please call 800-869-6898, or visit their website.
War Dogs Memorial (www.war-dogs.com/ memorial_fund.htm)
The first was unveiled on President's Day 2000 at March Field Air Museum at March Air Force Base, in Riverside California and the second at Sacrifice Field in front of the National Infantry Museum, Fort Benning, Georgia on October "The War Dog Memorial Fund is still accepting contributions with "all" money going to ensure the lifetime maintenance of both memorials at
Ft. Benning and March Field Air Museum."
Vietnam Dog Handler's Association (www.vdhaonline.org/) The VDHA was organized in 1993 by a group of six veteran war dog handlers who served during the Vietnam War. One of their original goals was to never give up the search to re-unite veteran war dog handlers and honor the memory of their war dog partners. As a result, the VDHA has grown from six members to approximately 2000 members. Their membership consists of veteran war dog handlers and dog loving supporters of all ages and gender.