ASPCA Launches Julie Morris Shelter Medicine Residency Program
Learn about the three-year training program, approved by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP), for licensed veterinarians interested in developing deep expertise in the practice of shelter medicine.
Veterinary Professionals Can Help Stop Inhumane Ventilation Shutdown (VSD+) on Farms
Learn how veterinary professionals can help prevent the inhumane depopulation of farm animals using ventilation shutdown methods (VSD+) during the COVID-19 outbreak.
ASPCA Partners with Shelters to Assist Nearly 200 Animals Impacted by Hurricane Laura
At the request of the Calcasieu Parish Animal Services, the ASPCA is on the ground in Lake Charles, LA, assisting with the care of more than 30 animals displaced by Hurricane Laura.
ASPCA Releases New Data about Pets in Poverty Due to COVID-19
Learn how new data from the ASPCA about pets in poverty due to COVID-19 is impacting the types of services animal welfare agencies are providing to the community.
ASPCA Grants $2 Million to Animal Welfare Organizations Impacted by COVID-19
Read about the $2 million granted to animal welfare organizations across the country, helping them continue their lifesaving work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over 570 Groups Complete 7,300 Adoptions During ASPCA National Adoption Weekend
Read about the incredible success of the ASPCA’s first-ever National Adoption Weekend.
ASPCA and HSUS Partner to Provide Pet Food to Remote Alaska Communities
Read about a collaboration between the ASPCA and HSUS to provide pet food to pet owners living in remote areas of Alaska during the COVID-19 crisis.
ASPCA Commits to Organizations, Animals and Owners Affected by COVID-19
ASPCA President and CEO Matt Bershadker announces our commitment to assisting animals and those who care for them during the COVID-19 pandemic
Seattle Veterinary Outreach Receives $50K Grant from ASPCA to Benefit Homeless People and Their Pets
Read about a new grant for the ASPCA that provides needed veterinary care to pet owners in Seattle who find themselves homeless.