The Mission of the Montgomery County SPCA is to provide protection, care and shelter to animals in need in the community, and placement of animals into appropriate homes.
If you read through this page and still have questions about adoption, call the Pet Adoption Center at 919-772-2326 and ask to speak with an adoption specialist.
Welcome to the York County SPCA. Please support our shelter and help us with the fulfillment of our mission. Adoptions, donations and volunteerism are vital to our existence.
Search by zip code to meet available dogs in your area! If you live in New York City, don't forget to check out the dogs available at our ASPCA Adoption Center.
We dream of the day when the SPCA can close their doors for good because that would mean that only responsible individuals own animals, that all companion animals are sterilised and can’t breed indiscriminately, that everyone has adopted a pet as opposed to supporting a breeder and that there have been enough good homes to go around, that all.
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Visit our Adoption Center to find a dog or cat in NYC, or use our shelter finder tool to locate adoptable pets near you. Read adoption tips from the ASPCA.
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The Bakersfield SPCA is Kern County’s original animal welfare agency and only no-kill shelter. Our vision is that one day no healthy companion animal will be euthanized for lack of a home, lack of space or lack of compassion.