Dogs and Cats
There are a variety of ways to find the pet you have been searching for. You are always welcome to visit the Brougher Companion Animal Shelter in person where you can meet the animals. Our knowledgeable Customer Service Representatives are ready to assist you in finding the perfect addition to your family. We have convenient online resources and Satellite Shelters to aid in your search as well. To submit an application to adopt a pet, please click on the link below to submit your application online. You will be notified of your status as soon as possible.
The fees for adoption can vary on the age and breed of the animal. Included in the fee is the microchip, current vaccinations, relevant testing, and the spay or neuter.
The average adult cat aged 1 year to 5 years is $85. Kittens under 4 months are $140 and senior cats 6 years and over are $45.
The average adult dog aged 1 year to 5 years is $235. Puppies are $260. Senior dogs aged 6 years and older are $175.
If you have questions regarding a particular dog or cat please contact the Customer Service Staff at 717-764-6109 ext. 0.
Most of our shelter pets are dogs and cats. However, we rescue all kinds of animals including rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, rodents,birds and reptiles.
Many of our small animals are housed in a “condo” which is located amidst our cat rooms. This is where you will find our rabbits, guinea pigs and other small animals.
Our small animal room is almost always filled with rabbits and we have dedicated volunteers who cater to their specific needs. If you have questions on general rabbit care, please stop by the shelter to speak with our knowledgeable and dedicated volunteers or click on the link below.
Please note that any rabbit adopted from this facility would be contractually required to live indoors only.
If, after researching rabbit needs and care tips, you are ready to submit an application to adopt one of our shelter bunnies, please click on the link below to submit your application on line.
We have numerous horses available for adoption. These horses arrived at our organization through the hard work of our Humane Society Police Officer, Nicole Lawrence. Officer Lawrence often receives equine cruelty complaints and sometimes finds it necessary to remove horses from these neglectful situations. The York County SPCA horses are cared for off-site by the hard working, dedicated volunteers known as the York County SPCA Equine Committee.
If you would like to learn more about the equine adoption process, please click the link below.
If you are ready to submit an equine adoption application, please click the link below, print and complete the form and mail it to the York County SPCA at 3159 Susquehanna Trail, York, PA 17406.
You must complete an application and be granted approval before you can meet with any of our animals. You can save time by completing an application ahead of your visit to the shelter. You can also complete an application in person (applications are available at the reception desk). Please view our Adoption Application Expectations before submitting an online application. ://www.ycspca.org/wp-content/uploads/20190118145912445.pdf
Click here to get started. This application is good for any animal in our shelter. We will be in touch with you as soon as possible.Submit an Adoption Application Online
YCSPCA cats, dogs, small animals, and horses can be found at the following links:
Visit York County SPCA Petfinder.com Page to view all animals
Visit http://yorkcountyspca.wix.com/yorkcountyspcacats to view cats
Stay Connected on Social Media
Fox’s Furry Friends
Tune into Fox43 to view our shelter animals every fourth Wednesday on the FOX morning news. Look for our appearance between 8:45am and 9am.
Hot 106.7-Tune into Hot 106.7 at 7:45 am for Steph’s Pet Spotlight (stay tuned to our monthly calendar for the exact date!) to hear all about an adoptable SPCA dog. After we go on the air, go to Hot 106.7 on Facebook to watch their video with the adoptable dog. Thanks Steph and Puff for having us!
We have satellite shelter for cats at the PETCO store.
Lucas was adopted from the York County SPCA in 2010 by Ken and Karen Smith.
Here is Lucas, now age 9, competing in AKC agility in Palmyra in April 2015. In this video Lucas is running a perfect course, with no mistakes, which is called a “clean run”.
Thank you Ken and Karen for adopting Lucas and giving him such a good life!