The ASPCA has been a national leader in animal welfare for over 150 years. Our programs to protect vulnerable animals across the country include: saving animals from disaster and cruelty; increasing adoptions; providing access to veterinary care and resources to keep pets in loving homes; and policy and government relations.
Animal Rescue: The ASPCA is prepared to respond to disaster and animal cruelty cases across the country, every year rescuing and assisting thousands of animals in crisis.
Animal Placement: The ASPCA works to increase adoptions of homeless animals through our Adoption Center, providing support to shelters across the country, animal relocation services, and behavioral rehabilitation.
Animal Protection: Our efforts to protect animals span federal laws to local courts to community engagement and veterinary services. We help to prevent harmful situations for animals and take action when they occur.
ASPCA in Miami-Dade: The ASPCA has a long history of working in Miami-Dade County to improve animal welfare in partnership with local animal welfare organizations, law enforcement, and community partners. We are committed to reducing intake into local shelters and helping keep pets in loving homes. The ASPCA Community Veterinary Clinic (CVC) in Liberty City, opened in fall 2019, provides affordable, routine veterinary services that keep animals healthy, including medical examinations, vaccinations, eye and ear treatments, and spay/neuter surgeries. Since opening, the CVC has provided nearly 23,500 primary pet care appointments and nearly 8,000 spay/neuter surgeries. Additionally, we partner with local food banks to distribute free pet food to community members.
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