We aim to help solve the feral overpopulation problem in Lancaster County through rescue, adoption, trap-neuter-release, and community outreach. Together, we can make a difference.
**We rescue and foster under the Lancaster SPCA**
Please note the following important information before completing the application:
For the animal's safety, we require that all puppies & dogs are adopted to homes that have a physical fence in place (no invisible fence) at the time of the adoption. Apartments, condos and town homes will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
A home visit and vet reference will be conducted by one of our volunteers before an animal is placed in the home.
We require that animals already residing in the home be up-to-date on all vaccines and must be spayed or neutered prior to LSPCA placing a new animal in the home.
We require pets be adopted to inside homes.
For cat adoptions, we have a strict NO DECLAW policy and will not adopt an animal to a home that intends to declaw.
To be considered as an adopter, you must have the knowledge and consent of your landlord (if renting), allow LSPCA to contact both vet and personal references, consent to a home visit by an LSPCA representative and be willing and able to spend the time and resources necessary to provide training, medical treatment and proper care for an animal.
Please note that completion of this application does not guarantee adoption of an LSPCA animal. We reserve the right to refuse adoption for any reason.
Puppies - $200.00 - Includes full veterinary exam, spay/neuter, microchip, deworming and age-appropriate vaccines.
Adult Dogs / Seniors - $200.00 - Includes full veterinary exam, heartworm test, geriatric blood work (if needed), spay/neuter, microchip, deworming, rabies vaccine and adult booster.
Cats & Kittens - $50.00 for one and $25.00 for each additional cat or kitten adopted at the same time - Includes spay/neutering, age-appropriate vaccines and FIV screening. Microchip available for additional $20.
When will you hear back?
Our rescue is an all-volunteer organization. For each application we receive it takes time to review, contact all personal and veterinary references, and make a decision on approval. Depending upon volunteer availability, this can take several days to accomplish, especially when we receive a lot of applications or if we have difficulty reaching references. An approved application means that the applicant is approved to adopt a pet from our organization; it is not a guarantee that the applicant will be able to adopt the pet specified on the application. We often receive many applications at once so please don't be too disappointed if your application is approved but the pet you requested is no longer available. We strive to do our best and always take the best interest of the pet as our primary consideration.