Emergency Stabilization of the Poisoned Pet
Join the ASPCA Poison Control Center in this important webinar that covers stabilizing treatments for poisoned pets, and common situations and symptoms that require immediate intervention before knowing the toxicity.
Poisoned Pets: Treating Unknown Toxins in Dogs and Cats
Join the ASPCA Poison Control Center for this presentation discussing how to quickly recognize, diagnose, and treat toxic exposures in dogs and cats.
Extracorporeal Therapies for Pets in Toxicology: Dialysis for Toxicants and Beyond
Join the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center as we discuss dialysis and the other extracorporeal modalities available to treat common poisonings and overdoses in dogs and cats.
Association of Shelter Veterinarians Awards the ASPCA’s Dr. Stephanie Janeczko the 2020 Meritorious Service Award
Read about the Association of Shelter Veterinarians’ Meritorious Service Award, and join us in celebrating the ASPCA’s Dr. Stephanie Janeczko for being selected as the 2020 award recipient.
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.
Veterinary Resources for Recognizing and Reporting Animal Cruelty and Neglect
Veterinary professionals can use these downloads to learn more about detecting and reporting animal cruelty and neglect in their practice.
ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center App
Download this free app to get information about the toxicity of various foods, plants, medications, and indoor and outdoor hazards in dogs, cats, horses, and birds.
3 Tips for Preventing the Spread of Canine Heartworm Infection During Transport
Use these three tips to prevent the spread of canine heartworm infection when transporting and relocating heartworm positive dogs.