The Sacramento SPCA wants to #emptytheshelters and they’re offering FREE pet adoptions this Saturday, March 18th. Get details…
By adopting a pet from the Sacramento SPCA, you’re creating a happy, new beginning for a deserving animal — and we’d like to hear your success story. We can’t wait to hear from you!
Each year, there are more animals in need of homes than there are homes available to adopt them. Help us ensure more aren’t born into overpopulation by having your pet spayed or neutered at the Sacramento SPCA.
Pet adoption in Sacramento, CA - Nextdoor
Sacramento, California - Pet Adoption
“We are happy to announce the Sacramento SPCA’s participation in the Bissell Pet Foundation “Empty the Shelters” Free Adoption Event on March 18, 2017. During this one day event, the Bissell Pet Foundation is sponsoring the adoption fees for all pets. Join us at 6201 Florin Perkins Road on March 18 between 11am – 6pm to meet the next love of your life – and help us Empty the Shelters!”Located in a shopping center storefront, SHPS Sac provides a fun, friendly place where visitors and volunteers can meet and interact with shelter or rescue animals needing adoption. This retail environment provides a pleasant setting where we can introduce shelter and rescue pets to adopters who may never consider visiting a shelter.Shelter Hope Pet Shop Sacramento (SHPS Sac) is a not-for-profit, charitable, volunteer-based organization devoted to: aiding in and facilitating shelter and rescue pet adoptions; promoting education and awareness within the communities we serve; and making a positive impact in the lives of shelter and rescue animals and their adopters, as well as local shelters.Sacramento County is setting up a pet adoption center in Fair Oaks intended to increase the odds of finding new homes for dogs and cats waiting at the busy animal shelter on Bradshaw Road.To better serve the needs of our clients and their pets, the vaccination clinic is now held in the Gracie’s Adoption Center of the Sacramento SPCA from 11am to 3pm every Monday and Tuesday. Note: The first Tuesday clinic of each month will be held for seniors (age 65+) only. If your pet’s vaccine is due the first Tuesday of the month, please attend the Monday clinic of the same week.An adoption program that the Sacramento SPCA operated for two years at a Petco store on Arden Way near Exposition Boulevard folded a month ago because of difficulty in getting enough people into the store to adopt animals, Sacramento SPCA Chief Executive Officer Rick Johnson said. But he welcomed the county’s planned center and praised Petco for its support of adoption programs.