Shelter Medicine

March is Pet Poison Awareness Month

March is Pet Poison Awareness Month. Our very own Chief Shelter Veterinarian, Dr. Michelle Taylor, DVM, highlights some helpful hints to keep your pets safe! Our Shelter Medicine Team provides the best care for all Great Plains SPCA animals. This comprehensive care is possible through our supporter’s generous donations. Click here to donate today and help us …

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Sweet Vera’s Story

After 120 total days at Great Plains SPCA, Vera has found her forever family! Every day we care for dogs and cats, like Vera, looking for a very special home. As a No Kill Shelter, we take care of cats like Vera, no matter the cost! Because for cats like Vera, the true gift of love …

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Chloe: This is the Face of Parvo

Parvo is highly contagious disease, spread from dog to dog, specifically affecting unvaccinated populations of dogs young and old. Vaccines can prevent this infection, but mortality can reach 91% in untreated cases. Meet Chloe, Chloe is A 3 year old Chihuahua brought to Great Plains SPCA this month needing life-saving care for the treatment Parvo. …

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