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Is Fido Good With Cats?

Guest blogger Heather Mohan-Gibbons, MS, RVT, CBCC-KA, ACAAB, Director of Applied Research and Behavior at the ASPCA, offers some alternatives to using cats in assessments for the dogs in your shelter.

9 Steps To Better (Fundraising) Health in 2017

Guest blogger Claire Sterling offers tried-and-true techniques that’ll set you up for success in the coming year.

Research Update: Another Win for Open Adoptions

The ASPCA’s Shannon Gramann, Director of Research and Development Project Operations, shares exciting findings from a follow-up survey after a mega-adoption event at which over 500 animals found homes in less than 3 days. The short version? Conversation-based adoptions work.

Three States, Eight Days, One Thousand Animals: Reflections on Hurricane Matthew, Part 2

After 3 days of search and rescue efforts in Georgia and South Carolina following Matthew’s wake last month, the ASPCA Field Investigations and Response Team faced historical flooding in North Carolina. Dr. Dick Green, Senior Director, Disaster Response, shares his report from the field.

Three States, Eight Days, One Thousand Animals: Reflections on Hurricane Matthew, Part 1

When the deadly Category 4 storm made its way up the coast early last month, the ASPCA Field Investigations and Response Team was there to save animals’ lives. Dr. Dick Green, Senior Director, Disaster Response, shares his report from the field.

’Tis the Season To Be Thankful

As we enter the season of thanks, the ASPCA’s Julie Morris encourages you to share your gratitude with your coworkers, friends and family. You may be surprised at the incredible impact this can have—and Julie shares the research to prove it.

The Litter Box: A Cat’s Survival Guide

The ASPCA’s Dr. Margaret Slater shares the scoop on a program that’s seen a 98.8% adoption rate for cats with litter box issues

Report from the Field: California Wildfire Rescue

When wildfires raged out of control and 6,000 people and their pets were evacuated from a California town last month, the ASPCA Field Investigations and Response Team answered the call for help. Ehren Melius, Shelter Director, shares his account of this intense operation.

Life Is Tough, But So Are You

The ASPCA’s Julie Morris celebrates the beautiful, joyful life of a hero to the animals and people he served.

 

What If I Had Said No?

The ASPCA’s Stacy Wolf, Senior Vice President, Anti Cruelty Group, shares lessons learned long ago from a 100-pound Great Dane mix and her devoted family.

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