Pet Medical Center of Springfield
Below are some organizations that will be of interest to animal-lovers in Springfield.
4 Paws Rescue Team
The 4 Paws Rescue Team is a dynamic, community-based volunteer organization that takes in neglected, abandoned, abused, and unwanted kittens and cats. Since coming into being in 1995, 4 Paws has rescued over 3,000 felines. In 2001 alone, we found homes for over 700 cats. 4 Paws is a "no-kill" group. This means that once they rescue an animal, he or she will never be euthanized except out of medical necessity. They keep them until they find their perfect homes!
4 Paws also supports trap, neuter, and release (TNR) programs aimed at managing the populations and improving the health of feral cat colonies. They also work with schools to help teach children the importance of responsible pet care.
AAHA is the only organization that accredits animal hospitals throughout the U.S. & Canada. AAHA-accredited hospitals adhere to the highest-quality standards available, which helps ensure the best care for your pet. Learn more about AAHA accreditation, and find an AAHA-accredited hospital.
American Veterinary Medical Association's Care for Pets Website
The American Veterinary Medical Association's Care for Pets Website – This website contains information for all pet owners.
ASPCA Animaland is website for kids who love animals!
ASPCA Poison Control
As the premier animal poison control center in North America, the APCC is your best resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Growing Up With Pets
Growing Up With Pets is an educational resource to bring parents information and advice on how to help them foster strong, healthy relationships between their children and their pets.
HART is a no-kill animal rescue/support group, incorporated in 1990, that takes in and rehomes stray, abused, and unwanted dogs and cats.
Humane Society of the United States
Lots of wonderful information on petcare, adoption and animal welfare issues can be found on the Human Society website. They promote the protection of all animals. They're Active! They're the Humane Society of the United States.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
The ASPCA exists to promote humane principles, prevent cruelty, and alleviate fear, pain, and suffering in animals. If not the ASPCA, then who?
Tufts University Grief Support Hotline
Tufts University offers a Grief Support Hotline, articles and links to other information regarding the loss of a pet.
Virtual Pet Behaviorist
Now you can get pet-behavior advice from ASPCA experts 24 hours a day, right from your computer. Their nationally recognized team of animal behaviorists offers possible solutions to a wide range of issues at no charge. Simply type your pet's behavior problem into their easy-to-use database, and you'll receive step-by-step advice without leaving home.
Nearly 50 Years of Service to this Community
For nearly five decades Pet Medical Center of Springfield has been offering comprehensive and compassionate care to your beloved pets.
Offering Emergency Care
We understand how scary it can be when your pet is having a medical emergency, put their paws in our capable hands.
Highest Quality of Care
At the Pet Medical Center of Springfield facility, we are proud to have a state-of-the-art veterinary clinic equipped to provide the highest quality medical care for your beloved pets.
“Thank you for everything you did- you are truly amazing caregivers!”- M. Murphy
“I cannot tell you how much all of you meant to me getting me through the recent illness of my cat. You were all so kind and compassionate.”- D. Chang
“Thank you for taking such good and loving care of Frank!”- T. MacNaboe