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Dog Vaccinations

Vaccination is a routine part of preventative health care for all dogs, but it can be confusing. There are a number of vaccinations available for dogs and a range of vaccination schedules. Learn which vaccines your dog needs and how often.…

Adoption Tips

Adoption Tips Caring for a companion animal goes far beyond providing food, water and shelter. It takes research and careful planning to bring the right pet into your home, and to make sure your lifestyle is the right one for your pet. Read…

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Cat Care

To save costs when raising pets

By the age of majority, your pet has a need for reproduction. If you don't sterilize them, you'll get in trouble with puppies or .. You are the owner of lovely dogs or cats and you treat them as family members. However, how to save money and keep your pets healthy and well cared for. 1. Vaccination for pets If your pets are out and about, they may be exposed to a lot of viruses and diseases outside. If you do not take your pet to vaccinate at an early age, they will be able to suffer from intestinal diseases, respiratory,…

Overdressed Disease in Cats

Overdressed Disease in Cats Perhaps you often said that actions such as licking the face, hair, tail ... or a claw hand is like coquetry nature of cats, but if you look closer you will see that the truth is not necessarily so. If you are interested in pet cats from now please pay attention to those actions more and you will discover many seemingly simple but has huge influence on pet cats.

Basic Cat Training Tips

Catch the ball, kitty! Fetch the newspaper, kitty! Snag the Frisbee, kitty! Those aren’t commands you’re likely to be issuing to your cat anytime soon – at least not with any success. Cats aren’t exactly receptive to that kind of training. But that doesn’t mean you can’t train your cat at all. You can, and very effectively. And in the process you can teach your cat to be a much more pleasant member of your household. Probably the very first training you’ll want to give your cat will be in using the litter box – for very…

How to Know When Your Cat is Sick

How to  Know When Your Cat is Sick When your cat is sick, sick or injured him often proved very apathetic, indifferent and did not show obvious signs outside. There will be an important warning to help you identify the health problems of pet cats. They are identified through changes in behavior. And when the behavior change takes place, the owners rarely recognize the signs of this delicate and often attributed to the behavior that is sad or angry with something, someone.

Aggression in Cats

Aggression in Cats Aggression is the second most common feline behavior problem seen by animal behaviorists. Although cat aggression is sometimes taken less seriously than dog aggression—perhaps because cats are smaller and don’t pursue people to bite them—aggressive cats can be formidable. They have five potential weapons (their teeth and all four clawed paws) compared to a dogs’ sole weapon of his or her mouth. Cats can bite and inflict severe lacerations, which are painful and can easily become infected. They can also…

Playtime With Your Cat

Once upon a time – and not so very long ago – cats were mostly outdoors critters. They weren’t kept as household pets nearly as much as is common these days. In those not-so-long-ago days, a cat was usually expected to earn its keep, not just bekept. More often than not, cats earned their keep by doing what cats are naturally inclined to do: catching things – particularly mice and other verminous rodents. In truth, that wasn’t an entirely bad arrangement for the cats of old. Hours spent each day searching out, stalking,…

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Latest Articles

Your Voice Matters: Virtual Advocacy at Home

Now more than ever, animals need citizen lobbyists to take a stand against animal suffering and voice their concerns to their elected officials. The ASPCA offers a variety of educational webinars that can help you be a better advocate for animal welfare. You can speak up for animals and advocate from home by joining our volunteer advocacy…
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From Fearful to Fun-Loving: Matilda Is Ready for a Home

Long walks, hugs and kisses, plushy toys, delicious treats and warm blankets are just a few of Matilda’s favorite things! This beautiful, bubbly, 1 ½-year-old pup recently graduated from the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center (BRC) and needs some help finding a loving home in Western North Carolina. Matilda has made incredible progress at the…
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Celebrate Father’s Day with These Celebrity Dog Dads

In honor of Father’s Day this Sunday, June 21, we’re highlighting our favorite celebrity dog dads. Parenting a pup takes commitment, and these guys deserve serious recognition when it comes to caring for and bonding with their pooches. Check out the pack of fetching celebrity dog dads: Looking to become a pet parent yourself? When you’re ready to…
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A Big Bounce Back for A Small Pooch

On the morning of March 24, Nannette Ramos was preparing another day of remote learning for her daughter Halie, 16, and son Jona, 4, in their Bronx apartment. As Nannette sat in her reclining chair, she suddenly heard a sharp yelp. The family’s new puppy, a two-month-old Maltese mix, had become accidentally pinned underneath the chair. Nannette…
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Two Former Foster Cats Find Each Other

Megan T. had been living in Los Angeles for just two weeks when she spotted a flyer at her local Petco offering opportunities to foster kittens for the ASPCA. “I thought fostering would be a good introduction to having a cat or dog,” says Megan, who joined the ASPCA’s L.A. Kitten Foster program and took on a cat named Summer. Originally a stray,…
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