How Owner and Pet Demographics Affect Pet Body Condition Among People Experiencing Homelessness and Housing Vulnerability
Discover the results of a new study about veterinary care for dogs and cats owned by people experiencing homelessness.
A Study of Pet Owners’ Perceptions and Experiences with Community Veterinary Clinics
Discover how low-cost or free community veterinary clinics combined with compassionate communication can break down barriers for underserved pet owners.
Retention of Pet ID Tags and Outcomes for Lost Pets
If shelters provide ID tags and put them on adopted or found animals, the likelihood immediately improves that those pets, if lost, will return home.
Provide a Spectrum of Care to Increase Veterinary Access to More Clients
Read about the importance of access to veterinary care and how it can help improve animal outcomes, empower pet owners, and help with veterinarian burnout.
Do Low-Cost Veterinary Clinics Negatively Impact Private Practice Veterinarians?
New research suggests low-cost veterinary clinics target pet owners who are not served by traditional private practices, improving access to veterinary care.
New ASPCA Survey: Vast Majority of Dogs and Cats Acquired During Pandemic Still in Their Homes
As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, 90% of dogs and 87% of cats are still in their homes.
Increase Access to Dog and Cat Grooming Services to Improve Animal Health
New research suggests increasing access to grooming resources could improve the lives of pets, pet owners, and veterinarians
Pyometra Surgery and Access to Veterinary Care
Research shows pyometra, a life-threatening infection in unspayed dogs and cats, can be safely treated without specialized care, thereby increasing access to veterinary care.
3 Reasons to Support Veterinary Telemedicine
Learn what veterinary telehealth is and how it can increase access to veterinary care, reduce fear in canine and feline patients, and support animal shelters