More than 300 pets were vaccinated at the ASPCA’s first-ever free clinic at Green Meadows Park in South Los Angeles on Saturday. In addition to free vaccines, the ASPCA offered free rabies tags and doses of flea and tick preventive.
When Clipper the pit bull came to the ASPCA, he was covered in bite marks and wounds. But the first thing people notice about him isn’t his scars—it’s his smile. Don’t miss the Happy Tail of how this special dog convinced a skeptical adopter to believe in “love at first sight.”
Television actress Sarah Hyland helped kick off Swiffer’s year-long campaign to help the ASPCA find homes for animals in need. Hyland interacted with adoptable dogs, toured the ASPCA Adoption Center and helped to host a pet appreciation party in Manhattan.
The U.S. government is considering a misguided plan to send protected burros to Guatemala, putting the fate of these animals at risk on the taxpayers’ dime. If carried out, this sets a dangerous new precedent for federal management of protected equines.