A Pup Named Pumpernickel is ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance’s 500,000th Patient
As of October 11, 2022, half a million animals have been spayed and neutered by the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance (ASNA). The landmark patient was a puppy named Pumpernickel.
ASPCA Kitten Nursery and Foster Families Help 10,000th Kitten
The ASPCA New York Kitten Nursery reaches a new milestone and celebrates helping its 10,000th kitten with the help of foster families.
ASPCA “Relinquishers Welcome” Grants Help Equines Get Adopted
Discover how ASPCA “Relinquishers Welcome” grants helped Animal Rescue League of Iowa and Kentucky Human Society save more horses.
ASPCA Honors Animal Welfare Advocates
Learn about 3 of the ASPCA Humane Awards winners, including Sterling the TrapKing Sterling, the Oregon Humane Society, and the Retired Racers Racehorse Project.
COVID-19 Animal Welfare Survey Offers View of Future Shelter Operations
A survey of shelters and rescues during the pandemic revealed challenges, lessons learned, and new approaches to help dogs and cats going forward.
ASPCA Survey Shows 83% of Pet Owners Are Impacted by Disasters, Fewer Than Half Have Preparedness Plans
New survey data released by the ASPCA underscores the importance of planning for pets ahead of disasters such as flooding, winter storms, tornadoes, and wildfires.
Maddie’s Fund Awards Dr. Lila Miller the 2021 Avanzino Leadership Award
Discover how Dr. Lila Miller championed the field of shelter medicine and received a leadership award from a prominent animal welfare organization.
ASPCA President Matt Bershadker Seeks Revision to CDC Ban on Importation of Dogs
A recent Center for Disease Control (CDC) temporary ban on the importation of dogs from over 100 countries could have a negative impact on rescue organizations
ASPCA Opens Brooklyn Community Veterinary Center
Learn about the ASPCA’s most recent program providing access to veterinary care in Brooklyn.