Blogs

BluePearl Veterinary Partners is an organization of emergency and specialty hospitals across the United States. Their Pet Blog is geared towards helping pet owners understand more about emergencies and different diseases.
Canine Skin Solutions is run by two board-certified veterinary dermatologists. Their blog focuses on all things related to canine skin problems, including diet-related issues. They also have an education library for pet owners.
Doc of all Trades is a blog run by a veterinary student in the class of 2022 who writes about pet nutrition, One Health, and other vet med topics. You can also find Doc of All Trades on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
The Kibble Queen is a blog written by Dr. Jackie Parr, board-certified veterinary nutritionist. She writes for pet owners, speaks at veterinary conferences, and provides nutrition consultations through her company, On Parr Nutrition.
Petfoodology is a blog written by the board-certified veterinary nutritionists at Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. They write about numerous topics in pet nutrition.
Nutrition RVN is a blog written by Registered Veterinary Nurse and Animal Nutritionist, Jessica. She is based in Australia and writes on a variety of nutrition topics to educate veterinary professionals as well as pet owners.
Weeth Nutrition is a blog written by board-certified veterinary nutritionist Dr. Weeth. She covers many different topics in the field of pet nutrition.
Worms and Germs is a blog written by Dr. Scott Weese, a board-certified veterinary internal medicine specialist. His blog focuses on promoting safe pet ownership, and he has great information sheets for the whole family.

Books

Applied Veterinary Clinical Nutrition is a great resource for veterinary professionals, detailing nutritional management of many common small animal diseases.
Canine and Feline Nutrition is a good resource for pet owners and veterinary staff alike. It begins by outlining the basics of nutrition and progresses through nutrient requirements, pet foods, and nutritional management of life stages and diseases.
Nutrition and Disease Management for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses is another good resource for veterinary nutrition. It contains short chapters written in language that is easily readable for professionals and pet owners alike.
Small Animal Clinical Nutrition is a very thorough resource which highlights many different aspects of nutrition. Written for professionals, it is a comprehensive resource for all things related to small animal nutrition.

Nutrition organizations

The American College of Veterinary Nutrition (ACVN) is the go-to website for finding board-certified veterinary nutritionists for consultations. They also have FAQs where they answer common questions about nutrition.
The American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition (AAVN) has an extensive resources page on their website, where pet owners can go to find reliable nutrition information.
The Academy of Veterinary Nutrition Technicians (AVNT) has a great reading list of nutrition books and other resources, both for veterinary professionals and pet owners.
The World Small Animal Veterinary Association Global Nutrition Committee (WSAVA-GNC) has excellent, standardized resources for both pet owners and veterinarians.
The Canadian Academy of Veterinary Nutrition (CAVN) also has a long list of nutrition resources on their website.
The European College of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition is home to the EU's board-certified veterinary nutritionists.
BalanceIT is a website designed by Dr. Sean Delaney, a board-certified veterinary nutritionist. He provides supplements and recipes for veterinarians and pet owners to help them create homemade pet diets.
PetDiets.com is a consulting service run by three board-certified veterinary nutritionists. They answer pet owners' nutrition questions, as well as provide services such as nutrition consultations and homemade diet formulations.
Pet Food Institute (PFI) has many owner-friendly resources on their site, with topics ranging from pet food safety to regulation. They also have a blog for pet owners, called The Whole Bowl.
Pet Nutrition Alliance (PNA) is made up of many board-certified veterinary nutritionists, veterinary technician nutrition specialists, and other veterinarians. They provide resources for pet owners such as calorie calculators and diet comparisons.

Pet food regulation

The Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) creates guidelines for pet food manufacturers. While AAFCO does not write laws and cannot enforce these guidelines, they set standards all manufacturers are expected to uphold. They also have resources for pet owners.
The US Food and Drug Administration Center for Veterinary Medicine (FDA-CVM) regulates pet food manufacturers on a national level. They have the authority to inspect foods, fine manufacturers, and recall diets if they are not up to standard. They have FAQs for pet owners and provide links to outside resources as well.

Veterinary medical resources

The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is dedicated to providing top-quality resources to veterinarians, small animal clinics, and pet owners. Their "Ask AAHA" page is designed to answer common questions posed by pet parents.
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) is made up of veterinarians across the United States. This organization provides information for both veterinarians and pet parents. Their "Client Materials" page has links to numerous resources for pet owners.
The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention is focused on reducing the incidence of pet obesity in the United States. They collect data from veterinary clinics and pet owners to come up with plans for tackling pet obesity.
Banfield Pet Hospital is an organization of veterinary hospitals across the United States. They have many informative articles for pet owners on a variety of topics in pet health care.
The Merck Veterinary Manual is a resource utilized by veterinarians and pet owners alike. They have an entire section for pet owners, which can help you learn more about animal diseases and health conditions.
Taurine+DCM is run by veterinarians whose mission it is to educate pet owners about canine nutritionally-mediated dilated cardiomyopathy (nmDCM). They have multiple documents outlining the disease as well as many other resources related to nutrition science.
VCA Hospitals is another consortium of animal hospitals across the United States. They have a variety of articles about pet health, covering many different subjects.
Veterinary Partner is run by Veterinary Information Network (VIN). This website is geared towards pet owners and provides lots of information regarding husbandry, behavior, medical management of health conditions, and much more.

Veterinary specialty resources

The American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia (ACVAA) is dedicated to providing the optimal standard of care to pets while anesthetized. Their website has a section for pet owners which covers other frequently asked questions.
The American College of Veterinary Behaviorists (ACVB) is made up of board-certified veterinary behaviorists. They have many resources for pet owners regarding behavior, including dog training, low stress handling, preventing dog bites, feline body language, and better veterinary visits.
The American College of Veterinary Dermatology (ACVD) is a group of board-certified veterinary dermatologists who specialize in disorders of the skin, nails, ears, and hair. They have resources for pet owners, including their "Find a dermatologist" directory, as well as short articles on common skin conditions.
The American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC) is dedicated to providing excellent care to pets in emergency situations. Their website covers many frequently asked questions that pet owners might have about pet emergencies or veterinary emergency specialists.
The American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ACVO) is made up of veterinarians who specialize in eye care. They have articles for pet owners on the most common eye conditions ophthalmologists treat, as well as a "Helpful links" page where pet parents can find additional resources.
The American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) is a great resource for pet owners who want to learn more about surgery. Created by board-certified veterinary surgeons, this site is packed with information, and their "Animal Health Topics" page includes articles about many different procedures.
The American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR) is made up of board-certified veterinary radiologists and radiation oncologists. Their website provides information to pet owners who want to learn more about this specialty. They also have an FAQs page where they answer additional questions.
The American Veterinary Dental College (AVDC) is comprised of board-certified veterinary dentists. They set standards for prevention and treatment of oral disease for veterinary practices, and they are also a great resource for pet owners to learn a bit more about dental health.
The Veterinary Oral Health Council (VOHC) is sponsored by the AVDC. It authorizes the use of its seal of approval on certain products (toothpastes, treats, diets, etc.) that are proven to be effective in preventing dental disease. Check out their "Accepted Products" page for a list of these products.
VetSpecialists.com is a go-to resource for any other veterinary specialties you don't see above. It is a great place to learn more about the many different specialties in veterinary medicine. They also have articles for pet owners on many subjects, including cardiology, neurology, oncology, and internal medicine.

Feeding Raven Doodles provides these resources to pet owners for additional reading and education materials. None of these resources should be used to substitute proper veterinary care, diagnosis, or treatment.