Search Search Search Topic Programs & Operations Managing People Resources Managed Admission Keeping Pets in Homes Safety Net Spay/Neuter Patient Care Animal Health (-) Animal Care Cleaning & Sanitation Disease Prevention & Treatment Intake Protocols Toxicology & Poison Control Active FiltersAnimal Care Group 9 Clear All Best Treatment Options for Heatstroke in Pets This article includes the most common causes pets are subject to heat stroke, and includes detailed treatment plans to help your clinic's patients. Diagnosing and Treating Parvovirus in the Shelter Canine parvovirus is diagnosed by an evaluation of the animal's symptoms and clinical laboratory tests. Learn to diagnose and treat this serious illness. Print and Post: The Five Freedoms This full-color poster features the internationally recognized Five Freedoms that spell out humane treatment of animals. Length of Stay FAQs Use this easy guide to better understand length of stay for shelter animals. Toxicology Emergency? These Questions Will Help Ensure Accurate, Usable History Asking the right questions is crucial when a patient has a possible toxicology emergency. Here's what the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center suggests. ASPCA Commits $45M to Help Animal Cruelty Victims and Low-Income Pet Owners A $45M ASPCA initiative addresses some complex needs of animal cruelty victims and improves access to vital veterinary care for low-income owners. Population Wellness Rounds Assess each animal daily and ensure that all needed steps have been taken for that animal that day. CDC, AVMA and University Shelter Medicine Program Recommendations for Intake, Housing, and Care of Animals from COVID-19 Households Read newly updated guidelines for animal shelters during the COVID-19 pandemic released by AVMA, CDC and university shelter medicine programs. ASPCA Statement of Support for Veterinarians Considering Megestrol Acetate as a Temporary Contraceptive for Female Cats During COVID-19 Read the ASPCA’s statement of support for veterinarians considering megestrol acetate as a temporary contraceptive for female cats during the COVID-19 crisis.