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.
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.
Shelters, ASPCA Partner to Help Hurricane Florence Victims
The ASPCA and shelters and rescues across the country partnered to help animal victims of Hurricane Florence. Read the amazing results.
Online Resource Launches for Owner-to-Owner Adoptions
An online community, getyourpet.com, has launched to connect people who want to adopt pets with people who need to rehome their pets.
ASPCA Rehab Center Grad Sweetie Gets a Home
Sweetie, the first graduate of the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center's new campus, is home at last.
Comprehensive Reference Book: Shelter Medicine for Veterinarians and Staff
This must-have shelter medicine resource includes information on management, animal husbandry, veterinary care, disease prevention and behavior.
The Two Most Common St. Patrick’s Day Toxins
Alcohol, shamrocks—read up on the two most common St. Patrick’s Day toxins and how to treat them.
Five Treatment Elements for Fluorouracil Cream Exposure
Learn the five things to know when treating for Fluorouracil exposures.