SPCA International Blog

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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The logistics are complicated, and the rescues are risky, but we recently made it to the U.S. with 16 lucky battle buddies who now call their soldier’s house “home” and their spouses and children “family."
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Chachi and Tess are two very special dogs who are looking for a very special home. When Chachi was rescued from Chernobyl, Ukraine, he was scared, anxious, and untrained. Today, thanks to the amazing people at Mission K9 Rescue who helped him blossom, Chachi and his best buddy Tess are ready for his forever home
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The tumultuous economic and political situation in Venezuela has left former household pets abandoned and starving. Thankfully, Canine Support Network (Red de Apoyo Canino) remains active, despite many other organizations closing their doors.
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As cold fronts sweep the northern hemisphere, many animal shelters face a new set of winter challenges as they struggle to save lives. From snow covered entries to homeless animals at risk of freezing to sky-high heating bills, staff and volunteers battle the elements daily and keep their facilities operational for the animals who need them.
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“Galgos” or Spanish Greyhounds are fiercely loyal dogs that make great companions. Unfortunately, many of these beautiful animals are being abused and killed through antiquated hunting practices. Learn how SOS Galgos is changing the fate of Spanish Greyhounds for the better.
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