The Pet Project
It is the mission of the Pet Project to help people living with HIV/AIDS or other disabling conditions to keep their pets by providing pet care and ongoing support.
2200 NW 9th Avenue (Powerline Rd), Fort Lauderdale, FL 333111
954.568.5678 (Office)
954.561.1987 (Fax)

954.561.4940 (Thrift Store)

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    General information and fun facts about our beloved companion animals. Brows the headlines, and read the articules by clicking on the text below the headings.

Dog Breed Gallery: Click to select


Cats vs. Dogs
A dog thinks
Did you know..
Some statisics to know
Holiday Include Hazards For Your Pet
Some of the more common holiday hazards include:
Mind Games Dogs Play With Humans
After your humans give you a bath, DON'T LET THEM TOWEL DRY YOU! Instead, run to their bed, jump up and shake dry then rub yourself on the sheets. This is especially good if it's right before your humans bedtime.

Questions you may have about Your Bird and Your Health
This brochure will review some of the common health concerns that arise for people who have birds as companion animals.


Questions you May Have about You and Your Cat
This brochure will review some of the common health concerns that arise for people who have cats as companion animals.


Ten Tips for Preventing Behavior Problems
1. Set rules immediately and stick to them.
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