What animals do the SPCA care for?

SPCA stands for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. This means any animal, whether it is a dog, cat, bird, reptile, horse, cow, sheep or goat.

How much does it cost to put a dog down in Cape Town?

– The SPCA asks for a donation of R30 to put “a companion animal” down, but the procedure costs the organisation about R50 (compared with about R152 in private practice, and another R150 for the disposal of the body). – The South Peninsula Administration grants the SPCA a R22 000 rates rebate.

What does the SPCA need from the public?

The SPCA receives no funding from the government and relies on the generous donations from the public in order to function. Other avenues of income include fundraising events and initiatives, boarding kennel facilities, interest on capital investments, etc.

Where can I find animal services in Aiken County?

The Aiken County Animal Shelter provides animal services for the unincorporated area of Aiken County. The County Animal Shelter is located at 333 Wire Road, at the intersection with May Royal Drive.

Does SPCA Albrecht Center for animal welfare have Pets available for adoption?

Learn more about SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare in Aiken, SC, and search the available pets they have up for adoption on Petfinder. SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare in Aiken, SC has pets available for adoption.

Is there a low cost spay and neuter program in Aiken County?

County Low Cost Spay/Neuter Voucher Program – Vouchers for participating vet clinics are available at Code Enforcement in the Aiken County Government Center for qualified Aiken County citizens who need financial assistance to spay/neuter their dogs or cats. Aiken County passed a Return to Field Resolution in February 2016.

Where can I get my Dog microchipped in Aiken?

Residents must complete an application for approval at the SPCA Albrecht Center’s Veterinary Care Center (199 Willow Run Road, Aiken). Once approved, contact us to schedule an appointment. The $20 copay includes surgery, microchipping, rabies vaccination and a lifetime city pet registration.