Local Resources

Emergency Numbers

ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center Phone Number: (888) 426-4435 

MSPCA Angell Emergency  (617) 522-7282 

Mass Vet Referral Hospital (Woburn, MA)    (781) 932-5802 

Tufts Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Care  (508) 668-5454 


The AVMA position statement on punishment:

https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/080215l.aspx


The Link Between Domestic Violence & Animal Abuse

http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=2+2100&aid=3120


Massachusetts Law Regarding Tethering:

https://malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/PartI/TitleXX/Chapter140/Section174E


Report Animal Cruelty:

https://www.mspca.org/cruelty-prevention/


Worthwhile LINKS

MSPCA Angell, Boston MA has pages of resources for pet owners. Detailed, sound advice on almost every topic imaginable.    

https://www.mspca.org/pet_resources/


Bring Fido is a comprehensive site containing places your pets are welcome. They boast 10,000 places you can  take your dog. 

https://www.bringfido.com/


Muzzle Safety And Education

https://muttabouttown.com/the-muzzle-up-project/


Best Friends Animal Society does incredible work saving dogs and educating pet owners. A  great hub of information.

https://bestfriends.org/resources/dogs


Kids & Dogs

https://doggonesafe.com/Dog-Bite-Safety-Tips-&-Blogs/5611275



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Gratitude


"Janet has provided evaluation and training services to our rescue organization, working with several of our rescue dogs that are awaiting adoption.  She has been a great resource for us and it has been inspiring to watch her work her magic with some of our more challenging dogs.  Most recently, Janet worked with a high-energy, anxious coonhound that had issues with trusting new people. She was able to help him expend his physical and mental energy and become a calmer, less stressed dog and more confident dog, which will make him much more manageable for his adopters.  Janet has a great way of working with people, who also need to be 'trained' in order to help their dogs learn new behaviors.  She is personable, and offers constructive suggestions in a positive and supportive manner.  We highly recommend Janet and her positive-based training methods. We consider her a valuable member of our rescue team".


-Ann L October 2017


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"Janet is wonderful! We just got a puppy from the shelter who is very sweet, but also very fearful of the world. From the moment Janet stepped into our home, she has helped us with strategies and techniques to help our dog develope confidence. Literally, in our first session we saw considerable improvement, which is a huge relief to us, and I'm excited about all the ways we will continue to build on these first positive steps and help our dog acclimate to her new environment, and overcome her fears! Thank you, Janet!

-Sharon D September 2018

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