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August 2018 eNews

Fighting Back Against Dogfighting

Thanks to an incredible outpouring of support from the SPCA International community, we are happy to announce Sam’s Cause grants to three organizations working on the front lines against dogfighting.These groups not only rescue animals, but also work with local authorities to put a stop to dogfighting operations. Because dogfighting is often related to other criminal activities, this work can be risky. SPCA International is proud to support...

Chernobyl Puppies Home at Last!

These cute pups were saved from cruel and short lives in the Chernobyl Nuclear Exclusion Zone thanks to many dedicated volunteers, donors, and adoptive families. They are now in their forever homes and we want to share their adorable photos with you!
Video: Chago the Boxer
Chago the Boxer is one happy pup, especially when bouncing on his family’s trampoline. Watch this viral video of Chago the Bouncing Boxer as this silly pup scores some major air with a big smile on his face. This video makes us happy and we think you’ll like it too!

Beat the Heat

Summer is a great time to enjoy the outdoors with our pets, but rising temperatures mean more risk of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Thousands of animals die each summer from easily avoidable heat-related issues, so we have rounded up a list of tips to keep your furry family members safe from the heat this summer.

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