Fort Myers (PRWEB) December 3, 2007
Pet Guardian Angels of America (PGAA) Â http://www.pgaa.com - is in its 10th year of providing free national pet adoption and rescue assistance, and Internet access to general and health information for all types of pets.
Since July, 1998 PGAA has maintained its free website at http://www.pgaa.com and has responded to an average of 60-90 e-mail per month, from around the country, relating to pet adoption and rescue as well as to questions regarding pet care and welfare.
The majority of these e-mails are asking for help in find a pet through a breeder or a rescue, or to place a pet into a rescue/shelter program. We maintain and display a large database of rescue agencies listed by state, and also provide direct assistance via e-mail. ÂWe help people find pets and pets find people.Â
The balance of the e-mails cover questions ranging from pet care and training to reporting suspected pet abuse. We respond to all e-mails received with direct answers when possible, or by referring the sender to a more informative source.
While the primary emphasis of the site, and the e-mails, is on dogs and cats we also have special sections devoted to small mammal pets (hamsters, ferrets, guinea pigs, etc.); fish/reptiles (aquariums, aquarium fish, snakes, turtles, lizards, etc.) and domestic birds.
Each of PGAAÂs five pet categories feature: General Articles, Health Articles, Links, and Book Suggestions. The Dog and Cat categories also include breed descriptions and breed selection guides.
On the main page we feature a ÂWhatÂs NewÂ page that keeps our readers up-to-date on new information placed on the site. The site is updated on almost a daily basis.
You will find the site very user friendly with navigational buttons readily available to take you back and forth at ease.
If you own a pet, or intend to own a pet, you need to visit the Pet Guardian Angels of America site. We can help with all your needs including finding the right pet to fit your family and lifestyle. See you at http://www.pgaa.com