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The ASPCA provides emergency funding to qualified animal welfare organizations and government agencies whose communities suffer the impact of natural and other disasters. Click here to read through our guidelines and to submit a simple application.

Statistics Snapshot

  • Since 2008, over $81 million has been granted
  • This is nearly 7,600 grants to date (as of January 1, 2015)
  • In 2014 alone, the ASPCA awarded nearly 1,300 grants totaling $14.4 million to 850 organizations
  • Learn how you can apply for a grant!

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One-Stop Spay/Neuter Resource Shop—Our New Facebook Album!

Friday, February 27 2015

As Spay/Neuter Awareness month wraps up, we’ve compiled some great resources to aid in your clinic operations—from tips and protocols to downloads and webinars. Check out our new Facebook album, One-Stop Spay/Neuter Resource Shop to find more resources like these:

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Talkin’ Poo

Thursday, February 26 2015

Dr. Emily Weiss shares the results of a new study on elimination behavior in shelter dogs and stresses the importance of predictable potty routines for the dogs in your care.

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Training Shelter Behavior Seminar

This two-day seminar given by Animal Alliances Director Kelley Bollen is designed for shelter staff, volunteers and administrators to learn more about addressing the behavioral health of the animals in your care. This spring there are 2 Seminars on the East Coast: Northampton, MA & Fairport, NY and 1 Seminar on the West Coast: Reno, NV.

 

Training Big Impact: Creating Social Change through Outreach and Customer Service

In spay/neuter, we sometimes forget that the end goal is not just to get someone to agree to spay or neuter their pets. The real goal should be to create lasting social change – to make spay/neuter the norm among all segments of the pet owning population. Thinking of the goal in these terms requires re-thinking how we reach out to clients, how we engage with them, and follow up with them.