Video: Spay/Neuter Tattoo Application
Tattoos are used as an indicator that an animal has been spayed or neutered, and this video shows a standardized method of application.
Included is information on placement and appearance of the tattoo for both males and females.
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Spay/Neuter Surgery Video: Open Gloving Technique
Sanitation in a spay/neuter clinic is particularly vital, and it all starts with a proper gloving technique. In this video, ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance staff gives a step-by-step review of the one way to ensure a sterile surgery environment.
Video: How to Perform the Strangle Knot (Modified Miller's Knot) in Spay/Neuter Surgery
Watch these instructional videos to learn the pedicle tie and strangle knot during feline spay surgeries.
Video: Obtaining Suture & Threading Needle in Spay/Neuter Surgery
This video shows step by step how to maintain sterility when obtaining suture and threading a needle in spay/neuter surgery.
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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.