SPCA International Blog

Over 900 stray dogs roam the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. SPCAI has partnered with Clean Futures Fund to provide veterinary care, vaccinations, feeding stations, radiation monitoring and implement a future adoption program for these almost forgotten dogs.
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Right now Executive Director, Meredith Ayan, and Program Manager, Lori Kalef, along with eight volunteers are en route to Beirut Lebanon. From there they will transport 25 dogs to the U.S. where their forever homes are waiting. Their journey didn't start in Lebanon, this is just one of the many stops that these dogs have made in the ultimate rescue mission...
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We created this photo gallery showcasing some of our individual rescues and international fieldwork. As this year comes to an end, we hope you will take a moment to enjoy the great moments you made possible.
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Thanksgiving time is upon us and all of the wonderful smells coming from your kitchen will have your furry friend begging for a bite or two. Follow this short safety guide, both you and your pet will be more than thankful this year.
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During the holiday season, we reflect on the things in our everyday lives that bring us happiness. 8 animal things we are thankful for - animal-related of course! Are you thankful for these things too? As you sit around your family table and consider what you are thankful for maybe the simple joys brought to you by your animal companions should be on the top of your list.
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In an evacuated terrorist building in Syria, Lucky was rescued from the brink of death. Through his recovery, he brought joy and lighthearted moments to the brave service members who saved him.
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You may not be drawn to sales on Black Friday, or even to online shopping on Cyber Monday, but don’t miss the chance to kick off the season of giving with a donation to SPCA International.
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The 2017 hurricane season has had the highest number of major hurricanes since 2010, among the displaced, hundreds of animals were abandoned as Irma approached, leaving shelters like the Humane Society of St. Lucie County at full capacity. After the hurricane tore through their shelter the animals and people might have remained unscathed but the shelter was crippled.
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Over 30 years ago the Chernobyl nuclear disaster occurred. Today hundreds of dogs are still living in the exclusion zone – alone and trapped. SPCAI’s staff recently visited the dogs in the exclusion zone.
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Hero’s rescue was a success. This adorable pup from Iraq, who captured the heart of U.S. Army SPC Hatch and a required life or death rescue, arrived at SPC Hatch’s California home last week. We have lots of photos to share with you!
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