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What’s Going on with Animal Shelters?

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Nancy Faust, from Dogs to Donkeys; and Tree House Humane Saves Cats

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Shelter Medicine Specialty in Veterinary Medicine

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Targeting Municipal Animal Shelters is Misguided

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It’s Not Animal Control’s Fault; Pet Poison Helpline

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Anti-Cruelty: Future Looks Bright After 125 Years

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Hard Truth About “No-Kill” as Utah is Now a “No-Kill State”

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Anti-Cruelty, Chicago: Celebrating 125 Years

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Pet Dental Health Month; Dog Upper Respiratory Disease Update; Barb’s Precious Rescue

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Annual Celebration of Life with a Veterinarian Who’s Done It All

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Shelter Medicine Now a Specialty and National Link Coalition on the Link Between Violence to Humans and Violence to Animals

Salem, Massachusetts, USA - 01 February, 2012 - Puppies wait to be adopted at the New England Animal Shelter in Salem, Massachuetts, on February 1, 2012, while volunteers take dogs out for walks. The shelter has 50 dogs, 19 puppies and 37 cats at this time. The number of animals being euthanized in shelters is shrinking. Shelters now work together and donor support is up. Photo by Melanie Stetson Freeman/The Christian Science Monitor

Shelter Events: Orphans of the Storm, Chicago Animal Control

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