Preventing Animal Homelessness: A Milestone Moment

The ASPCA recently marked a significant achievement by completing our 500,000th spay/neuter surgery in New York City! Every year, our mobile and stationary clinics provide free and low-cost spay/neuter services to tens of thousands of underserved pet owners and animal rescue professionals, with the lifesaving mission of decreasing the number of dogs and cats entering shelters, reducing community cat populations, …

ASPCA Offers Assistance to Suffering Bomb-Sniffing Dogs Overseas

Explosion-detection dogs work tirelessly to keep Americans safe at home and abroad, often in dangerous situations. When the U.S. government trains working dogs, it bears a responsibility to ensure the animals’ physical and behavioral needs are fully met and that no cruel practices are used in raising, training and caring for them. And yet, a recent report by the State …