Is there a SPCA in San Francisco CA?
Home – SF SPCA The San Francisco SPCA is dedicated to saving, protecting, caring, and advocating for animals. We are a nationally-recognized leader in animal welfare, with a history of innovation in animal care, animal rights, and proactive prevention programs.
How to meet an animal at the SPCA?
● If the animal you are interested in is at the shelter, we will schedule an in-person appointment for you to meet the animal on-site. ● If the animal you are interested in is in a foster home, we will connect you with the foster via email to set up a virtual appointment or coordinate a time to meet at the shelter.
How old is Finn from the SF SPCA?
Finn is 2 years old, his silky fur has grown in and he and Cosmo spend all day play-attacking and snoozing. Sometimes “online dating” is the perfect way to meet your match.” “Seeing her jump incredibly high makes us so proud. She’ll be taking her first plane ride with us to Oregon to celebrate her 3rd birthday!
Can you adopt a dog from the Albemarle SPCA?
● If you have met the animal at the shelter and want to adopt, you can do so that day! Our Adoption Counselors will finalize the paperwork and process payment.
What should I do if I find a dog with a microchip?
Microchips: Microchips are a reliable form of electronic permanent ID inserted under the animal’s skin. If you do not see a visible form of ID, the animal may have a microchip. You can take the pet to your nearest veterinary clinic, Animal Control agency or BC SPCA shelter to have the animal scanned for a microchip at no charge.
What should I do if I find a lost dog in BC?
If you do not see a visible form of ID, the animal may have a microchip. You can take the pet to your nearest veterinary clinic, Animal Control agency or BC SPCA shelter to have the animal scanned for a microchip at no charge.
How to find an animal at the Houston SPCA?
The Houston SPCA has lost or stray animals in our care after being rescued by our 24/7 injured animal ambulance or found by a concerned citizen and brought to the Houston SPCA. *If you have a found animal, we ask that you please call 713-869-7722 and make an appointment before coming to our campus.