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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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Spring Wildlife

Learn how to peacefully coexist with wildlife in urban, suburban, and rural communities.

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Angells of Kindness

Angells of Kindness

Our monthly donors are always on the job, helping the animals who need help the most.

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Adopt a Classic

Adopt a Classic

"The Catfather," our Fee Waived Senior Cat Adoptathon is going on July 1-31st at all adoption centers!

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Dog Training

Dog Training

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

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Our Work in Action

Cat Caught in Illegal Leg-Hold Trap Underscores Why State-Wide Restrictions on Trapping Should Remain

BOSTON, July 22, 2016 – Salisbury, Mass. resident Randee Michaud has for the last two years greeted her beloved cat “August” in the driveway of her home every morning before leaving for work. But on June 27 August did not show up at his normal time and Michaud knew immediately something was wrong.

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“Angell at Nashoba” Making its Mark Among Pet Owners Across the Valley

BOSTON and Westford, Mass. July, 18, 2016 – It’s been five months since Boston’s MSPCA-Angell opened the doors to Angell at Nashoba, a veterinary clinic for low income pet owners in Nashoba Valley that also serves as a rigorous academic and experiential training ground for students enrolled at Nashoba Valley Technical High School.

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“Hot Car” Demonstration at State House Underscores Danger to Pets

BOSTON, July 13, 2016 – Leading animal protection organizations and citizen advocates are calling on the Massachusetts state legislature to pass S. 2369—An Act to Prevent Animal Suffering and Death—which would enable faster rescue of pets trapped in hot cars, just as summertime temperatures are heating up.

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