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Angell’s Fear Free Certified Professionals

Many of Angell’s clinicians are fear-free certified. 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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Our dog training programs revolve exclusively around clicker and rewards-based methods.

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Angells of Kindness

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

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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

MSPCA-Angell’s “Fast and Furriest” 5K Run, Walk, Wag Set for May 20!

BOSTON, May 14, 2018 – The MSPCA-Angell’s Fast and Furriest Run, Walk, Wag 5K is expected to draw some 1,500 runners and walkers—and hundreds of dogs—to Baxter Park at Assembly Row in Somerville, Mass. for the third annual fun run on Sunday, May 20th.

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Frisky Feline Named “Starfish” is Lucky to be Alive after Losing a Leg in Car Strike in South Boston

BOSTON, May 10, 2018 – A friendly, ghost-white cat now named “Starfish” is lucky to be alive after she was rushed to the MSPCA’s Angell Animal Medical Center on April 27 by a good Samaritan who found her injured and cowering under a car in South Boston during a rain storm, the MSPCA-Angell announced today.

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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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