Our favorite websites:
Veterinary Partner (http://www.vspn.org/) American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition (http://www.aavn.org)
Database of articles on general veterinary care - unusually comprehensive and up to date.
This website has several good links for further information on nutrition.
American College of Veterinary Nutrition (http://www.acvn.org)
Shows list of all ACVN diplomates.
Veterinary Botanical Medicine Association ( http://www.vbma.org/)
Professional association of veterinarians and herbalists trained and interested in herbal medicine. You can find a veterinary herbalist closest to you by searching the referral listing.
American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association ( http://www.ahvma.org/)
Umbrella organization for most holistic veterinarians. You can find a holistic veterinarian closest to you by searching the referral listing.
American Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine
Publisher of the American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine ( http://ajtcvm.org/ )
American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture (http://www.aava.org/)
American constituent of the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society. You can find a veterinary acupuncturist closest to you by searching the referral listing.
USDA Food Nutrient Database (http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcomp/search/)
Search thousands of individual food items and prepared foods for calorie count and nutrient content
AAFCO Ingredient Definitions (http://naturapet.com/tools/ingredient.asp?alpha=A)
From the Natura web site, definitions of all AAFCO feed ingredients found in pet foods.
Healthnotes Online (through GNC) (http://library.gnc.com/healthnotes/Welcome.aspx?lang=en)
Great site for information on herbs and supplements although only for people. Look for the links on herbal remedies and vitamin guide - the reviews are relatively up to date and evidence-based. Do not assume the dose and toxicity information applies to pets, however - always ask your veterinarian about appropriateness for use in pets.
Classic herbal textbooks, a kind of early wiki on various herbs, lots to explore
Southwest School of Botanical Medicine ( http://www.swsbm.com/)
Michael Moore's gigantic collection of herbal knowledge, classic texts and lots more
American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition (http://www.aavn.org)