|Valentine's Day is a time to show the ones you love that you value them, and it is our belief that this day should not be reserved only
for those with 2 legs, but for those with 4 (or in some cases 3) legs as well! Lucky Dog Collar Company is sharing the love throughout February with your 4 legged children AND the homeless animals at the Niagara County SPCA!
|Lucky Dog Collar Co will donate 10% of all collar and leash sale proceeds to the Niagara County SPCA throughout the month of
February. Please show your support and visit their website (just click on their logo above) or visit their Facebook page atwww.facebook.com/LuckyDogCollarCo and like them! When you make your dog a lucky dog, you make a shelter dog a lucky dog
PLEASE HELP US FIND "FUREVER" HOMES FOR THE
LARGE AMOUNT OF HOMELESS CATS
CAT ADOPTION INCLUDES:
SPAYING OR NEUTERING
FELINE LEUKEMIA AND FIV BLOODTEST
FREE VET VISIT AND CAT TRAINING DVD
(THE VALUE OF THIS VETERINARY CARE WOULD NORMALLY COST YOU $375)
Learn about all of our adoptable felines on our website
Dog adoption fees vary. Your dog adoption fee includes: spaying/neutering, first shots, rabies vaccination (if 4 months or older), general deworming (tapeworm treatment if needed), bath, flea treatment, and a certificate for a free vet exam. Dog adoptions also require a dog license fee. This fee varies depending on where you reside. Call 716-731-4368. Please call before coming to the shelter, to see if the pet you are looking for is still available. Please reference pet's ID number when calling. Adoption hours are:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 12:00-8:00pm
Tuesday - CLOSED
PLEASE VISIT http://www.niagaraspca.org TO VIEW OUR WEBSITE!!
All of the beautiful pictures of our shelter animals are courtesy of Valerie Lynn Photography.
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Niagara, Inc. is a charitable community resource, dedicated to protecting and providing shelter and comfort to all animals in need.
The Mission of the SPCA of Niagara, Inc. is to prevent cruelty to all animals, to help educate the public on the humane treatment of animals and to provide love and care for those companion animals with whom we come in contact.
We promote adoption and re-homing for abandoned and unwanted companion animals. We promote humane treatment of all living things and work within the law to respond to and investigate all complaints of cruelty and neglect.
The SPCA of Niagara endeavors to eliminate cruelty and over-population. We support the principle that no person has the right to cause pain and suffering to any living creature.
SPCA Of Niagara
2100 Lockport Road
P.O. Box 200 L.P.O.
Niagara Falls, NY 14304
Fax: (716) 731-7084