I think most of you mean well but the fact is anyone can get a pet off Craigslist including abusers and...
Craigslist can be a double-edged sword. Like any other free, highly trafficked site on the Internet,...
I have see both the pros and cons of the websites...working at a shelter I can tell you a good number of...
“Storing vaccines properly is critical for them to be effective in providing immunity to the animals you vaccinate,” says the ASPCA’s Dr. Miranda Spindel, Senior Director, Shelter Medicine. Remember these quick refrigeration tips to ensure the proper storage of your vaccines:
In Part 1 of this post, guest blogger Claire Sterling shared with you some of the ASPCA’s 2013 grantmaking highlights by the numbers, as it was a record-breaking year for us. But, points out Claire, “As is often said in the world of program evaluation, ‘There should be no numbers without stories, and no stories without numbers.’ In this post, I’d like to share a few memorable stories from last year’s grantees.”
Say hello to agencies in the final Challenge with an annual intake of 1,500 to 2,500.
Should you vaccinate a neonatal kitten? An animal with a high fever? A pregnant female? While vaccinating animals at intake is one of the most powerful ways to save lives in the shelter, there are a few instances when vaccination may not be recommended. Our Vaccination Decision Tree leads you through three simple questions to help make your decision or find out if you need to consult your veterinarian first.
A strong return-to-owner (RTO) program can bring immediate joy to lost animals and their worried families, and can work in tandem with your adoption efforts to save more lives. Check out these 3 simple strategies from the staff at Marin...