Here is some great news for individuals looking to adopt: Our friends at the ASPCA® recently expanded their online adoption database nationwide! Now would-be pet parents across the country can easily find adoptable shelter dogs and cats through the ASPCA, which will also continue to feature adoptable dogs and cats in the its New York City shelter.

To begin a search, animal lovers simply enter their zip code into the database to receive a list of dogs and cats that are ready for a forever home in their area.

This new offering is made possible though the ASPCA’s partnership with DogTime’s “Save a Dog” and “Save a Cat” pet-finder applications.

Do you live in New York City? Don’t forget to check out the dogs available at the ASPCA Adoption Center! 

Visit the ASPCA online adoption center to learn more about their expanded database.

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