When you register online, you can enter product codes for a chance to receive special coupons, get free toys for your pet, make a donation to the ASPCA, or win a year's supply of cat litter.
Remember too, if your dog has a severe medication reaction and appears poisoned and your vet is not available, you may call the ASPCA National Animal Poison Control Center at 1-900-443-0000.
The information supplied by the ASPCA contains details regarding the recall and specific details regarding the possible health consequences to both you and your pet.
You can donate to animals via a charity such as the American Humane Society or the ASPCA and make a difference in the lives of both domestic pets and wild animals.
If you ever adopted a dog from a mill, share your story with advocacy groups such as the Humane Society and ASPCA to help them identify the mill involved.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty To Animals (ASPCA): ASPCA has dog mill survivor stories sent in from members and website visitors.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) also informs website visitors about pet food recalls through its blog.
Both the ASPCA and your local Humane Society chapter often need volunteers to wash, feed and exercise the animals living in their shelters.
There are other organizations, including your local ASPCA or Humane Society chapter, who often list English Bulldog mixes for adoption.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) is also helpful for advice to find responsible breeders.