Established in 1935, the SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare is a private, non-profit organization operating under IRS Section 501c3. We have been placing thousands of needy animals into loving forever homes for over 80 years.
It is our Mission to provide for the welfare of animals by:
Providing shelter for adoptable pets in our care,
Providing quality, affordable veterinary care to the public,
Educating the public about the proper care & treatment of animals,
Supporting the efforts to combat animal abuse,
Cultivating partnerships with rescue & animal control entities,
And sharing our vision with the community:
to help animals that are homeless find homes, provide animals that are abused, sick, or in need with shelter and medical care, and promote the ideal that the unfailing love and devotion from an animal should be valued by all.
We depend upon local donations to support our efforts to save the lives of homeless dogs and cats in our community and receive no regular funding from state or federal agencies, or from the ASPCA (a completely separate entity).
Our success is due to the efforts of dedicated SPCA Albrecht Center employees and volunteers, leadership and support from our Board of Directors, as well as the generous donations and continued support of our community.
day hours Monday 11am - 4:30pm Tuesday 11am - 4:30pm Wednesday 11am - 4:30pm Thursday 11am - 4:30pm Friday 11am - 4:30pm Saturday 11am - 4:30pm Sunday 11am-3pm