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  • SPCA of Winchester, Frederick,and Clarke

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    Non-Profit, Education & Training

    About Us

    The SPCA of Winchester, Frederick, and Clarke Counties strives to strengthen the human-animal bond and safeguard animals in transition. The local SPCA has been serving the community since 1907. It serves as a source (public) shelter for Winchester City limits and a destination (private) shelter for Frederick and Clarke Counties. They have received the designation of being a no kill facility since 2014. Each year, they rededicate themselves to that commitment. They are currently operating at a 97% save rate. The SPCA has a strong commitment, supported by a large financial investment to reduce the unwanted pet population in the Commonwealth of Virginia. To this end, every pet adopted from the SPCA is vaccinated, micro-chipped, and spayed/neutered prior to adoption. In fiscal year 2019, the SPCA provided services to 1,193 homeless pets to include 724 cats, 435 dogs, and 30 other types of small domestic animals. In addition to serving homeless animals, the SPCA of Winchester, Frederick, and Clarke works to prevent pet homelessness. Last year, over 365 families representing over 1,000 pets were provided pet food assistance through the SPCA’s food pantry. Two hundred and fifty owned pets were spayed/neutered and vaccinated through the SPCA’s partnership with a low-cost veterinary clinic. The SPCA values the human-animal bond and envisions a community in which no loved pet must be surrendered to a shelter for financial reasons.The SPCA partners with local businesses, schools, and civic groups for a variety of projects/

    Images

    Cora SPCA Cat Room
    SPCA at the Alamo Drafthouse Winchester
    Fred chillin' at the SPCA
    Dr Seuss Day at the SPCA What Pet Should I Get?
    Dr Seuss Day at the SPCA What Pet Should I Get?
    Pictures with Pickachu at the SPCA Birthday PAWty
    Cute Doggos available for adoption
    Pikachu the SPCA Mascot
    The SPCA LOVES Winchester City
    SPCA nominated for Top of VA Regional Chamber Greater Good Award
    Beautiful Kitty
    Eagle Scouts help SPCA with repairs
    Sherando High School Marketing Class markets SPCA Ugly Sweater Adoption Event
    Subaru of Winchester partners with SPCA for Share the Love Event
    SPCA at SU Employee Appreciation
    Coldwell Banker Homes for Dogs
    SPCA partners with Clarke County High School
  • Testimonials

    "The Top of Virginia Regional Chamber is an incredibly valuable resource for the Shenandoah Valley..." – Adrienne G. Bloss, PhD, Provost, Shenandoah University.