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USDA Records Removal: MSPCA Fights Back

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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

“Moe” the Goat Treated for Allergies so MSPCA-Nevins Farm can find Him a Home

BOSTON, July 21, 2017 – Not many goats are fortunate enough to land in a premiere 24-7 emergency and specialty veterinary hospital for—of all things— severe allergies to dust mites and several common pollen types. But that is just where “Moe,” a homeless five-year-old Pygmy-cross goat currently bunking down at the MSPCA-Nevins Farm in Methuen, is receiving the care that will hopefully cure him.

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It’s Full Speed Ahead for the all-new MSPCA-Cape Cod Adoption Center!

BOSTON and Centerville, Mass. July 17, 2017 – MSPCA-Angell officials have made good on last November’s promise to begin constructing the all-new 11,500 square foot animal care and adoption center in Centerville, which today is abuzz with activity as crews prepare the site for the next phase construction.

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MSPCA-Nevins Farm Takes in Herd of Giant Draft Horses

Methuen, Mass., July 5, 2017– The MSPCA-Nevins Farm in Methuen is the new temporary home for ten draft horses—equines often much larger than typical horses—surrendered from a property in Central Massachusetts on June 28 after their former owner was unable to care for them.

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