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On site laboratory:  YesInternal medicine:  Yes
Allergy:  NoDentistry:  Yes
Cardiology:  YesPhysical therapy:  Yes
Nutrition counseling:  YesBehavioralists/Therapists:  Yes
24 hour care:  NoIntensive care unit (ICU):  Yes
Emergency surgical services:  YesDogs:  Yes
Cats:  NoCritters:  No
Volunteer program:  YesFoster homes needed:  Yes
Low-cost spay & neuter:  YesPuppy classes:  No
Dog behavior classes:  NoCat behavior classes:  No
Agility classes:  NoAnimal assisted therapy:  Yes
Feral cat program:  YesMicrochipping:  Yes
Low-cost vaccine:  YesHumane education:  Yes
Animal hospital:  YesPet loss support:  Yes
Pet survivor program:  YesPrison dog program:  No
Dogs:  YesCats:  No
Small dog only:  NoOlder dog only:  No
Volunteer program:  YesFoster homes needed:  Yes
Sanctuary:  YesFeral cat program:  Yes
Microchipping:  YesLow-cost vaccine:  Yes
Pet survivor program:  YesSpay & neuter support:  Yes
Owner assistance service:  NoPrograms for kids & teens:  No

“The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) was founded 140 years ago as America's first animal advocacy agency. The ASPCA in New York City runs a shelter where you can adopt dogs and cats. They also have a volunteer program if you'd like to be hands-on with their shelter animals or assist the ASPCA with office work. A great place to adopt a pet!”

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1posted: April 24th, 2008

Worst customer service in the universe


If you want any kind of personal service, forget going here. You will never see the same vet twice. All the vets will give you different advice. You won't be able to make an appointment for at least three weeks if you want an evening or weekend appointment. Staff will be rude, difficult and unhelpful. I tried to make an appointment for my puppy to be spayed, nobody even called me back. So much for the ASPCA's big push on spay/neutering. You will feel very much like these people could not care less about your animal.

 

 
5posted: September 6th, 2007

Friendly & Genuinely Caring


Every year my mam and pap take me to the ASPCA for my annual check-up and they always treat me real special. They make a doctor's appointment feel less scary. The doctors there always compliment me and give me extra rubs. This year Dr. Romsland saw me and she is now my favorite! She made me so comfortable that I lied on the floor and did not cry. She even checked behind my eyeballs like an optometrist would by turning out the lights and shining a funny light. My mam was very happy about that because no other doctor has checked there for me. Hip hip hooray for the ASPCA. (I also was adopted from there and they took good care of me until my Mam & Pap brought me home).

 

 
2posted: March 19th, 2007

The Vets are Great, but the Wait is Very Long


I used to go to ASPCA, but now I just gave up. Vets are great and very friendly there. But management are totally messed up. Normal wait on the phone for apointment is about 15 minutes. Then I had to wait again, up to 1.5 hours, when I'm there even with an appointment! And all thse are just for regular annual checkup, nothing urgent. I saw people who were walk-ins had to wait couple hours to be seen. Imagine how frustrated that is when you're with a sick puppy.

 

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