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.
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.
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.
Spring-Blooming Bulbs: Year-Round Problem
While there are many plants that can cause problems, bulbs are a common issue in the spring. But not all bulbs are created equal, and there's a wide range of concern around them.
Top 5 Holiday Dangers for Pets
Presents, decorations and visitors can put pets at risk during the holidays. Share these safety tips with shelter visitors or clinic clients.
Four Holiday Plants That Cause More Worry Than Warranted
Some holiday plants get a bad rap that’s not necessarily deserved. This list can help you calm fears and provide accurate info.
Proper Use of Emetics in Dogs and Cats
Emetics can play a key role when animals have been exposed to a toxin, but it’s important to know the best ways to use them.
Dextromethorphan Ingestion in Pets
Dextromethorphan is a common ingredient in over-the-counter cold, congestion, and flu medications, and pets who ingest it may need veterinary care.
Pseudoephedrine Toxicity in Pets
While cold and flu medications commonly contain multiple ingredients, pseudoephedrine is one that often causes serious problems.