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USDA Records Removal: MSPCA Fights Back

The MSPCA Fights Back – Joins Animal Protection Groups Suing the USDA For Access to Records

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Angells of Kindness

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

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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

Dog Training

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

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Our Work in Action

She’s Got Legs! School’s Pet Tarantula Recovering from Emergency Surgery

BOSTON, May 25, 2017 – Fortunately Tarantulas have eight legs—more than a couple to spare—and no one is more grateful for the extra appendages than a tarantula named “Rosemary Fern McCrevan” and the students at the STEM Academy in Lowell, Mass. whose resident five-year-old arachnid needed to have two them amputated.

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MSPCA-Angell’s “Fast and Furriest” 5K Run, Walk, Wag Goes the Distance!

BOSTON, May 21, 2017 – Yesterday’s MSPCA-Angell Fast and Furriest Run, Walk, Wag 5K brought 1,500 runners and walkers, accompanied by over 750 dogs, to Baxter Park at Assembly Row in Somerville, Mass. for the second annual fun run—a run that raised over $185,000 for the MSPCA.

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Angell Animal Medical Center’s Emergency & Critical Care Unit Receives Top Certification from Leading Veterinary Professional Group

BOSTON, May 3, 2017 – The MSPCA-Angell announced today that its 24-7 emergency and specialty hospital, Angell Animal Medical Center, has reached Level 1 certification Emergency and Critical Care Facility by the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS) as well as becoming an approved trauma center by the Veterinary Committee on Trauma (vetCOT) for its demonstrated ability to offer the highest level of care for veterinary trauma patients.

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