Behavior Assessment of Animals for Spay/Neuter Intake
These two flowcharts are designed as training aids for new staff and to serve as references for existing staff. At a glance, spay/neuter staff will learn to assess the behavior of canine and feline patients arriving via transport and choose the best methods for removing animals from their carriers to prepare for examination. To help improve intake efficiency, the flowcharts include approximate timing for each step.
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Graphical Signage for Spay/Neuter Clinic Visual Learning
These quick, easy-to-understand graphic signs help train on various spay/neuter best practices.
Guidelines for Emergency Autotransfusion in Case of Emergency Hemoabdomen
Download this free step-by-step guide to use in case of emergency hemoabdomen, created by the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance.
Special Considerations for Community Cats at S/N Clinics Guide
Get this downloadable guide that explains the specific needs of community cats in a spay/neuter clinic.
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A Pup Named Pumpernickel is ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance’s 500,000th Patient
As of October 11, 2022, half a million animals have been spayed and neutered by the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance (ASNA). The landmark patient was a puppy named Pumpernickel.