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Without your help, our mission to prevent cruelty to animals would be nearly impossible.

Angell Is a Fear Free Certified Practice

As a fear-free certified medical facility, our goal is to prevent and alleviate fear, anxiety, and stress in our patients.

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MA Senate Passes Major Animal Protection Bills

Bills provide greater protections for puppies and kittens in pet shops and tackle animal cruelty.

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Dog Training

Dog Training

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

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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 Pet

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

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Our Work in Action

Springtime Temperature Rise Brings Concerns for Dog Safety

BOSTON, April 24, 2017 – With almost 70,000 animals treated each year, the MSPCA’s Angell Animal Medical Center is one of the busiest 24-7 emergency and specialty veterinary hospitals in the world—and springtime in New England is one of the busiest seasons.

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Dog Abandoned on Road in Taunton Needs Surgery and a New Home

BOSTON, April 17, 2018 – On April 9 a good Samaritan was driving along Anne Drive in Taunton when a van just ahead of him slowed to a stop before a door opened and a small terrier-mix dog was tossed to the street. The van then sped away.

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Fund to End Animal Homelessness through Voluntary Income Tax Donations Closing in on 10,000th Spay/Neuter since its Inception

BOSTON, April 17, 2018 – The Massachusetts Animal Fund—established in 2012 as part of a comprehensive enhancement to the animal laws in the Bay State—has raised over $1.5 million from citizens mostly through voluntary donations. That money has been used to sterilize over 8,100 dogs and cats to date, reducing the state’s homeless animal population dramatically.

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