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Community Medicine Clinic Nurse

The Community Medicine Clinic Nurse will be primarily responsible for assisting the veterinarians, managers and customer service staff in all duties relating to the veterinary care of animals in the wellness clinic. These responsibilities will vary with the current needs of the...
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Shelter Hospital Veterinary Nurse

The Veterinary Nurse will be primarily responsible for assisting the veterinarians, managers and customer service staff in all duties relating to the veterinary care of animals in the shelter.  These responsibilities will vary with the current needs of the clinic and shelter...
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BRR!! It’s Cold Outside — Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe

Despite off and on mild temperatures, the current cold spell remind us that it is winter and we can expect more seasonal conditions for several more months.  During the winter months, the number of calls received by the Pennsylvania SPCA’s Humane Law Enforcement Department...
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Uber & the Pennsylvania SPCA Offer an Afternoon of Puppy Playdates

Uber & the Pennsylvania SPCA Offer an Afternoon of Puppy Playdates Businesses Can Order 15 minutes of Playtime with Adoptable Puppies; 100% of the Proceeds Go to the PSPCA The Pennsylvania SPCA is teaming up with Uber today to bring puppies to offices on demand using the Uber...
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Pennsylvania SPCA Rescues 122 Cats and Kittens from Monroe County Home

The Pennsylvania SPCA today announced it rescued 122 cats and kittens from a home in Henryville, Monroe County, because of  filthy, flea infested conditions and untreated injuries. The owners surrendered all of the animals to the PSPCA and they were transported to the PSPCA’s...
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Special Pet Sunday: Lucky & Ray-Ray

Although Lucky and Ray-Ray, may seem very different, Lucky being a 100lb, female Cane Corso and Ray-Ray a 9lb, male tabby cat,  they both have a condition called exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or EPI. The pancreas is responsible for producing enzymes, like amylase and lipase,...
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15 Cats Rescued from South Philadelphia Woman’s Home

15 Cats Rescued from South Philadelphia Woman’s Home One Deceased Cat Removed The Pennsylvania SPCA today announced it rescued 15 live cats and removed one deceased cat from a home in south Philadelphia for alleged violations including unsanitary confinement. Responding to a tip...
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Looking for Information on Deceased Puppy in Hunting Park

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Our Humane Law Enforcement officers found a deceased dog inside of this green carrier on the sidewalk at Rising Sun Ave and North Darien Street in the Hunting Park neighborhood of Philadelphia. The dog was approximately 3 months old, a pitbull puppy and we...
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Community Canvassing for Low-Cost Veterinary Clinics

On July 13, 2015 the Pennsylvania SPCA offered its 6th low-cost veterinary clinic for the year in the Mantua/Powelton area. Through an ongoing partnership with the Dornsife Center at Drexel University, we have been able to provide medical care, lifesaving vaccinations, and...
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Shissler Recreation’s Summer Camp Tours the new PSPCA Fishtown Center

30 Shissler Recreation summer camp participants visited the new Pennsylvania SPCA Fishtown Center to participate in fun educational activities. The summer camp participants learned about the history of the organization, made treats and toys for our animals at the shelter, and...
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