SPCA International Blog

Summer is a magical time for people and pets! Whether you’re swimming, hiking, or just enjoying the sunshine, there are a few things to keep in mind for pets’ safety.
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Nothing says summer like a pool party!
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Tom Santi and a group of concerned citizens to found Campaign Against Cruelty to Animals Sierra Leone. Today, they provide food and medical care for animals and have reached thousands of people through their education efforts.
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Thanks to many generous sponsors, approximately 500 dogs of Chernobyl received critical medical treatment this month.
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As you roll out the barbeque and fireworks, don’t forget your pet’s safety! July 5th is one of the busiest days for shelters across the country with a 30% increase in lost pets because many spooked pets flee their homes amidst explosions and smoke. This video rounds up some of the best 4th of July pet safety tips.
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Generations of dogs and cats, descendants of the pets abandoned during the emergency evacuation, have continued to live despite the odds stacked against them. Find out more about the dogs of Chernobyl and how you can get involved to help.
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Over the past two months the SPCA International community stepped up quickly with critical financial support to transport two dogs – Syri and Rubble - to the U.S. Thanks to that support, both dogs are now reunited with their battle buddies.
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This one’s a tear-jerker, but it reminds us all of the animals in our own lives. The bond between Denali and Ben is captured artfully in this video that chronicles their adventurous life together.
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Thanks to the generous financial support of our North American supporters, dozens of volunteers and veterinary staff were able to sterilize over 50 stray dogs who live beside a dangerously busy stretch of highway in Ecuador. SPCA International staff were lucky to see them in action!
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Star was tied to a tree and left for dead when panic gripped a Dominican Republic community over several rabies cases and spurred the abandonment and killing of many innocent and healthy street dogs. Fortunately for Star, she was rescued in time.
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