The ASPCA believes animals in shelters must routinely receive necessary and appropriate care. Our shelter medicine experts, Animal Poison Control Center staff and network of shelter partners provide expertise on disease management, intake and poison control to help you keep the animals in your care healthy.
Toxicology Emergency? These Questions Will Help Ensure Accurate, Usable History
Asking the right questions is crucial when a patient has a possible toxicology emergency. Here's what the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center suggests.
Sanitation for Communal Cat Rooms
Proper cleaning and disinfection is critical to shelter disease control and should occur on a regular basis.
Travel Bag Downloads for Evacuations Plus Disaster Shareables
Download these traveling bag lists and give them to your adopters and clients to help them be ready in case of emergency evacuations.
ASPCA Commits $45M to Help Animal Cruelty Victims and Low-Income Pet Owners
A $45M ASPCA initiative addresses some complex needs of animal cruelty victims and improves access to vital veterinary care for low-income owners.