A one-stop online resource for dog owners, the Dogly Community features over 20 certified dog professionals (called Advocates) from various fields such as positive trainers, nutritionists, holistic vets, and wellness experts. Dogly’s mission is to provide vetted knowledge that can help canine owners live better with their pets.
Packed with useful information on neonatal care, the 60-minute online presentations can help rescue volunteers, vet staff, foster parents, and just about anyone save the lives of orphaned kittens ages zero to four weeks old.
Enrich a cat’s life through this two-in-one online class that aims to: 1) correct common cat behaviour issues through training methods, and 2) provide tips to improve a cat’s well-being.
Sharing valuable information with other dog lovers, Wag Out Loud features short conversations (ranging between 24 and 35 minutes long) with experts from the canine wellness industry.
Are you faced with confusing cat behavior, overgrooming, or eating problems? This website provides answers for common and uncommon cat-related issues.
The iKibble Free app answers a dog owner’s perennial question, “Can my dog eat [insert food or ingredient]?” There are hundreds of food types that you can quickly scroll through and mark as favourites on the app.
Dog & Cat First Aid, Care & Maintenance is an online learning course offered by Universal Class. It has been taken by 2,103 students and has received a 4.6-star rating. The course is equivalent to 0.3 CEUs and takes three hours (average time per class).
Pet First Aid is a mobile app that aims to assist dog and cat owners with pet-related emergencies. Providing veterinary advice in the palm of your hand.
Cattitude is a weekly podcast that teaches you everything you need to know about your pet kitty. It started off by focusing on a cat breed and their specific needs
Australians worrying about their pets’ condition can reach out to board-certified veterinarians (with at least 10 years of experience) via video call, phone call, or text messaging through Vetchat.
A free and convenient way to connect with a verified pet expert anytime and anywhere, the PetCoach app allows pet owners to ask questions regarding their animal’s behaviour, health, nutrition, and more.