Founded in 1873, SPCA Cincinnati was the first organization of its kind in Ohio. Today, SPCA Cincinnati takes in more than 7,000 dogs and more than 9,000 cats annually. In addition to providing shelter and rehabilitation to these animals in need, SPCA Cincinnati collaborates with government, law enforcement, and social service organizations in its ongoing effort to encourage humane principles and foster the human-animal bond.
Approximately 60 caged dogs were discovered in an area home recently, and were transported to a local medical center for care. The dogs had been kept in filthy conditions and were assumed to have been used for breeding purposes, with little to no human contact. The dogs are now being held in a safe and warm environment and are in the initial stages of their recovery. They have been cleaned and groomed and are receiving all of the medical care that they need. Read more about this story.
SPCA Cincinnati will be hosting a 1-day Live Broadcast of ClickerExpo on March 29, 2014 in Sharonville, OH. Learn more about participating in the live broadcasts in Michigan and other locations, or about attending the ClickerExpo Conference in person on March 28-30 in Norfolk, VA.