Adoption Center Changes

We are excited to be able to introduce walk-in adoption appointments on Wednesdays and Fridays! We are still offering private matchmaking appointments Tues/Thurs/Sat and remain closed on Sun/Mon. We appreciate everyone’s patience as we navigate our staffing and desire to keep making lasting adoption connections

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Pogo the Tripawd

Pogo: One Less Leg – One More Life Saved! Pogo came to us from a shelter in SW VA. He had experienced the unfortunate situation of having his rear leg caught in a snare-type trap and attempted to self amputate. Big yikes! Due to the

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Hanoi and his Lucky Charm!

Hanoi & His Lucky Charm! Feeling lucky today? We know Hanoi is! At 8-weeks-old, Hanoi came into our Locke Community Medical Center from foster care for excessive bleeding from the microchip application site, done the day prior. He had lost a good amount of blood,

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December Training Tips

Don’t Get Your Tinsel in a Tangle! For most people, the holidays mean lots of visiting friends and family. Don’t be afraid to crate or otherwise confine your pet during these times. Many visitors can be very stressful for even social pets, and that’s okay.

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People Empowered Through Support: Safe Haven

Thanksgiving: Note of Gratitude Paula, a People Empowered Through Support (P.E.T.S Program) client needed help to escape a domestic violence situation and had nowhere that could house her and dog, Fred SPCA Alumni, Whipp. Safe Haven is a component of the program to help those

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George and Willie

A Beautiful Day To Save Lives When brother pups Willie & George arrived at the Fred SPCA, it was apparent both pups were emaciated and in need of medical care. Upon intake, George tested positive and was diagnosed with canine parvovirus. Parvo is a preventable

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