Is Mspca in Methuen open?

Is Mspca in Methuen open?

Our Noble Family Animal Care and Adoption Center for dogs, cats and small animals is open Tues-Fri 12-5pm and Saturday and Sunday 12-4pm.

How much is a adoption horse?

True, your new horse might cost you only a nominal adoption fee to acquire–typically from around $200 to $600 for a rehabbed horse, though a specialty breed with training could come with a fee of up to $2,000 or more. (And some rescues waive the adoption fees in special circumstances.)

What is the difference between Aspca and MSPCA?

Despite their similar names, the ASPCA and MSPCA are entirely different. “The ASPCA’s first name, if you will, is ‘American’, so I think sometimes there is an assumption that they are the parent of all animal organizations across the country,” said MSPCA President Carter Luke. “They are not.

Is the MSPCA a nonprofit?

A: Our legal name is the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. We are located at 350 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and our tax identification number is 04-2103597.

Where can I adopt an animal from MSPCA-Angell?

Click on the adoption center closest to you to view animals available for adoption and learn more about our adoption philosophy, process and fees. Learn more about our Boston location conveniently located in Jamaica Plain at MSPCA-Angell Headquarters.

What does the MSPCA do for equine rescue?

The MSPCA’s expertise in the field of equine rescue has been crucial in the start-up of over two dozen equine ambulance programs throughout the country.

How has the MSPCA changed the veterinary field?

From the early years of a horse-drawn carriage to today’s specialized ambulances outfitted with innovative equipment, the MSPCA has revolutionized the level of expertise available to companion horses and equine athletes in need of urgent veterinary care.

Why adopt from MSPCA?

MSPCA works hard to find great matches for people and pets and offers supportive care when needed for animals adopted from the MSPCA. Foster a culture of transparency, ethical decision making, mutual respect, continual learning, and collaboration.