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Cambridge Passes Landmark Legislation

Ordinance prohibits pet shops from selling mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and arachnids.

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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

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Our Work in Action

Rare “Cleft Palate” Dog Needs Surgery and a New Home

BOSTON, Aug. 18, 2017 – For dogs, surviving a cleft palate—an opening between the mouth and nose that occurs when tissues separating these two cavities fail to grow together—is exceedingly rare because the condition makes it nearly impossible to suckle, resulting in most puppies born with the condition dying in their first days of life.

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Cambridge Bans Sale of Animals Reared in “Puppy Mill” like Conditions

Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 8, 2017 – The MSPCA-Angell lauded last night’s 8-1 vote by the Cambridge City Council to prohibit the retail sale of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians from pet shops in the city.

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MSPCA-Angell Promotes Mike Keiley to Director, Adoption Centers and Programs

BOSTON, Aug. 7, 2017 – The MSPCA-Angell announced today that Mike Keiley has been promoted to director of adoption centers and programs, an all-new role in which he will oversee operations for the organization’s Boston, Methuen and Cape Cod adoption centers, which placed over 6,500 animals into new homes last year while impacting some 13,000 more animals through programs such as low cost spay and neuter, preventing many owned pets from being surrendered in the first place.

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