Search Search Search Topic (-) Keeping Pets in Homes Return to Owner Safety Net Spay/Neuter Equine Welfare Keeping Horses Safe Animal Health Animal Care Enrichment & Behavior Behavior Canine Enrichment Feline Enrichment Adoption & Placement Reaching & Supporting Adopters Active FiltersKeeping Pets in Homes Group 9 Clear All Preparing to Use GIS to Save More Lives Learn about Geographic Information Systems, an exciting new tool for mapping, literally, the geographic location of animals coming into shelters. Behavior Tips for Living with Intact Dogs and Cats Share these behavior tips with foster caregivers and adopters living with intact dogs and cats when spay/neuter surgeries are temporarily unavailable. Empower Owners, Engage Your Community to Boost RTO Looking for ways to increase the numbers of lost dogs returning to their owners? Read about a winning model that empowers pet owners and the wider community. Join ASPCA Efforts to Keep People and Pets Together During Potential Housing Crisis Learn how you can join the ASPCA’s efforts to keep people and pets together amid a potential eviction crisis resulting from COVID-19 and get safety net resources for your community. ASPCA Releases New Data about Pets in Poverty Due to COVID-19 Learn how new data from the ASPCA about pets in poverty due to COVID-19 is impacting the types of services animal welfare agencies are providing to the community. How Are Lost Pets Found? We reveal the results of a national survey that examined how people find their lost pets, and provides tools to support your reunification efforts. New ASPCA Community Veterinary Center Brings Affordable Pet Care to Miami ASPCA has opened its latest Community Veterinary Care Center in Miami to help keep pets at home in underserved neighborhoods They Did It: Ramped Up Pet Food Distribution Efforts Due to COVID-19 Learn how Columbus Humane expanded on their existing pet food distribution program to keep pets in their community well fed during the COVID-19 pandemic. 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.