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Cambridge Passes Landmark Legislation

Cambridge Passes Landmark Legislation

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

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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

Homeless Dog in Beirut Survives Gun Blast to the Face, Undergoes Reconstructive Surgery

BOSTON, Feb. 21, 2018 – A stray dog from Beirut, Lebanon is lucky to be alive after he was shot in the face at close range and rescued from the streets by volunteers from Animals Lebanon before being flown to the U.S. on Jan. 31, where he was taken in by Sweet Paws Rescue in Groveland, Mass.

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Angell at Nashoba Marks Two Years of Growth as it Readies its First Graduating Class in June 2018

BOSTON and Westford, Mass. Feb. 15, 2018 – The next generation of highly trained veterinary assistants is set to emerge from Angell at Nashoba when the five seniors enrolled in the program at Nashoba Valley Technical High School in Westford, Mass. graduate this June, the MSPCA’s Angell Animal Medical Center announced today.

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Angell Animal Medical Center: Fierce Flu Season a Reminder to Protect Dogs Against Canine Version of the Virus

BOSTON, Feb. 14, 2018 – Flu season is well underway in Massachusetts—and with it the body aches, congestion, fatigue and other ills associated with our collective seasonal misery. Now veterinarians at the MSPCA’s Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston are concerned about a second category of potential victims: dogs.

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