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USDA Records Removal: MSPCA Fights Back

The MSPCA Fights Back – Joins Animal Protection Groups Suing the USDA For Access to Records

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Angell’s Pain Medicine Service

Angell’s Pain Medicine Service

Offering treatment for companion animals with discomfort that negatively affects their quality of life, regardless of their primary diagnosis.

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We care for and adopt out thousands of homeless and unwanted animals each year.

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Dog Training

Our dog training programs revolve exclusively around clicker and rewards-based methods.

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Our Work in Action

“Angell at Nashoba” Now One of the Fasting Growing Technical Programs at Nashoba Valley Technical High School

BOSTON and Westford, Mass. Feb. 28 2017 – It’s been one year since Angell at Nashoba opened at Nashoba Valley Technical High School and the test-bed veterinary assistant program has doubled in size, with 36 of the school’s 738 students choosing to devote their studies to the fast-growing veterinary medical profession, the clinic announced today.

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Blind Chihuahua Puppy Underscores Danger of Buying Pets Online

BOSTON, Feb. 15, 2017 – A nine-week-old Chihuahua puppy purchased online two weeks ago was surrendered to the MSPCA-Angell after showing serious neurological symptoms that left him unable to see or walk, the organization announced today.

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MSPCA-Nevins Farm Launches Low Income Spay and Neuter Program to Reduce Pig Numbers, Improve Behavior

METHUEN, Mass., Feb. 2, 2017 – The MSPCA-Nevins Farm in Methuen is calling on every qualified Pot Belly’d pig owner in the Commonwealth to take advantage of its special $100 spay and neuter program in February, to reduce the number of homeless pigs and blunt aggressive or unsocial behavior too often displayed by unneutered pigs.

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