PET OF THE WEEK
To start the adoption process, please fill out an Adoption Application at the shelter or download the form down below and submit it to the shelter via e-mail or drop it off at the shelter
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Serving Animals and People in
Allegany County of New York
The SPCA's mission is to attend to the needs of the abandoned, neglected, and abused companion animals of Allegany County. Change is constant at the SPCA shelter. Animals in great need of care and compassion continually arrive as others are adopted out into their forever homes. The furry faces may change, but the need never goes away.
NEWS & EVENTS
We are limited in being able to hold our fundraisers, but if you would like to make a donation to help out our furry friends, we have a donate button on our Facebook page OR you can donate from our PayPal link: Just click on the PAYPAL link below:
12th Annual RADIO-THON - Listen in to Classic Hits Oldies 103.5 WJQZ from 10am until 2pm on Saturday on January 16th, 2021 with Bob Mangels to learn more about the SPCA, updates on the new shelter, shelter animal stories and how you can help. Just call in to the radio station at 585-593-6070 to make pledges or stop by at the radio station at 82 Railroad Avenue in Wellsville to make donations.
SPECIAL NOTICE: In an effort to help reduce the risk and spread of COVID-19 virus, we are NOT open to the public as of November 27th. We are still conducting adoptions and setting up meet and greet appointments - You must have an APPROVED application in order to schedule an appointment.
Due to the overwhelming amount of applications we have received we cannot process applications the same day - due to the increase in applications it may take several days to process. We are requiring all visitors to our shelter to wear face masks, social distance, signing our visitor log and limiting the size of groups to 5 people.
If you are interested in meeting one of our adoptable pets we ask that you start the process by submitting an adoption application via email, applications are available on our website. Once your application has been reviewed and APPROVED we will then contact you to schedule a meet and greet. We will be asking that you limit the people who come with you for the meet and greet to household members only who will be interacting with the pet. If you become ill, or a member of your household becomes ill, please contact us to cancel your appointment.
If you are fostering an animal and have questions or concerns, or you have questions about an animal you have adopted from us, please contact us via phone 585-593-2200 or email us at SPCAallegany@gmail.com. Your call or email will be returned within 24 hours. We will also be monitoring and responding to Facebook messages during this time.
All inquiries about surrendering a pet can be made via phone or email. At this time we are not accepting new volunteers or providing community service opportunities. We will however continue utilizing our already established volunteers.
If you need to report an animal cruelty case, please call the cruelty hotline which is answered 24/7 just call 585-268-9600.
We will continue to provide updates as the situation changes. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. We hope to be back to normal soon! Be safe, stay healthy!!
If anyone has ideas for new ways to fundraise, please contact us by calling 585-593-2200 and press option 2 or email us at SPCAallegany@gmail.com.
NEW SHELTER NEWS: "SNIP AND SPAY SPCA"
Our new shelter's SPAY NEUTER CLINIC IS OPEN! We are happy to report that we have gradually opened our Clinic doors in 2020 and will be increasing our days of operation to 3 days per week. If you are interested in bringing your cat or dog in to be spayed or neutered please email us at SnipandSpaySPCA@gmail.com to obtain more information along with an application and to schedule an appointment.
The construction of our Spay/Neuter clinic was made possible by the ASPCA's NY State Animal Population Control Program grant. We received $100,000 grant in 2015, along with a donor match to start building the clinic. In 2017 we were approved for another $204,932 to complete the interior construction of the clinic along with outfitting the clinic with the surgical equipment needed. Our clinic is critical in helping to control the animal population in Allegany County.