Factors Affecting Reporting and Recognizing Animal Cruelty by US Veterinary Professionals
ASPCA research suggests providing veterinary professionals with training on recognizing animal abuse and providing workplace policies on responding to suspected cruelty increases the likelihood they will notify authorities.
Toxic Component in Grapes and Raisins Identified!
For years, veterinarians have wondered what made grapes toxic to pets—we think we have the answer.
Insights and Resources on Improved Access to Grooming for Overall Animal Health
New research suggests education and access to grooming supplies can reduce negative pet health consequences of insufficient grooming care by identifying the communities' needs.
Using Model Dogs to Assess Aggression in Fight-Bred Dogs
Review research by the ASPCA on using a life-sized, plush model dog to screen for dog-directed aggression in canines used in illegal dogfighting.
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.
Adoption Ambassadors Foster Program
Adoption Ambassadors is foster care taken to the next level: You supply simple training and a few tools, and foster parents take it from there.
Clinical Features and Outcomes of Strangulating Hair Mats in Dogs
Learn how forensic veterinarians studied the clinical features and radiographic characteristics of chronically matted hair and strangulating hair mats in dogs and what it might mean for practicing veterinarians.
Do Underweight Dogs Resource Guard More?
Discover the research results from an ASPCA study on food aggression in dogs who have experienced food scarcity.
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.