Hay It’s A 5K-2019
Cruise for a Cause
Thinking of cruising? Want to help us continue our mission? Click the link below for information on how to do both! Our wonderful friends at AAA have brought you two options for cruising. One in 2019 and one in 2020. Proceeds from both trips come back to help support our shelter.
Tales for Tails 2019
Tales for Tails is back! Click the link below to view the January to May 2019 sign up sheet. This program is free. Kids 1st-6th grade are welcome to come read to the kennel dogs on the given dates. Children must be accompanied by an adult during their visit.
Holiday Supply Drive
In need of a Holiday tree? Stop by Cabin Creek!
Looking for a beautiful, real Christmas tree for your home? Cabin Creek Tree Farm is the place to get just that. Located in Red Lion, PA, Cabin Creek Tree Farm is a family owned business that offers pre-cut trees as well as cut your own. Year after year they have partnered with us and offer portions of their profits to the shelter. Thank you Cabin Creek!! Address: 635 Perry Rd, Red Lion, PA 17356 phone: 717-244-4496
Pet Photos with Santa @ PetCo
Dr. Sloat will be at PetCo (2420 E. Blvd) from 1-4pm on 12/8! Please note that the SPCA will not be hosting Pet Photos with Santa 12/8. All three dates shown in the flier have photo proceeds benefiting the SPCA!
Tales for Tails
This event is for kids in 1st-6th grade who are interested in reading to our resident dogs. Kids have the opportunity to sit outside the dog’s kennels as they read a book, or a few, to them. We launched this first in mid-August and the results were so touching. The dogs were calm, quiet, attentive to the children. Some were even relaxed enough to take a nap. Time slots for each reading event are two hours and are come and go as you please. Bring a book to read to the dogs and a blanket or towel to sit on, or borrow any of these items from us. View the above link to sign up for the remaining 2018 Tales for Tails events. Please sign up each child you are bringing in their own slot. Further questions? Please email email@example.com or call 717-764-6109 ext. 143.
Meet our Adoptable Horses!
View the video of adoptable Shirley Temple here!
View the video of adoptable Skeeter here!
Thank you to everyone that donated to our tshirt fundraiser, which helped them both get the training they needed.
View our adoptable pony, Piper, here!
Cruise for a Cause with AAA
Cruise for a cause to the Southern Caribbean, where you can
expect a whole lot of sun, sand, and beautiful waters to wash over
you and your family with relaxation and happiness. A portion of
the cruise fare goes to support the SPCA of York County!
YARD SALE TO BENEFIT THE YORK COUNTY SPCA!
When: July 28nd, 8am-2pm, set up at 6am for vendors
Where: York County SPCA, 3159 Susquehanna Trail North, York PA 17406
*Spaces (15×15) are $20 which goes directly to the YCSPCA*
Preregistration for vendors is required. Please have the preregistration form and payment (cash or check) due by 7/14. Checks and forms can be mailed to the York County SPCA. Forms and payment can also be dropped off Tuesday/Thursday 10am-7pm, or Friday/Saturday 10am-4pm. Please make your check payable to ‘York County SPCA.’
Meet the Pets Live!
Please help support the York County SPCA by joining us for our 2nd Annual Meet the Pets Live! Friday, September 28, 2018 beginning at 6:30 pm at the Country Club of York. The fun filled evening will include a silent auction, cash bar and buffet dinner. Most importantly, it is an opportunity for our amazing shelter animals to strut their stuff. Our host for the event is Bob Rudy and our Presenting Sponsor is East York Veterinary Center. We look forward to spending the evening with you and we can’t wait for you to “meet the pets”. Their stories will melt your heart and who knows, you may just find a new family member! Tickets are $55/person and are already selling quickly. Seating is limited to please get your tickets early.
Last week, the York County SPCA reached a milestone. We are proud to tell you that all of our medical services are now AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) accredited. This means that our spay/neuter Surgical Center, our shelter’s veterinary wing (where we care for our shelter pets), and our low cost medical assistance program known as CARMA all adhere to the highest level of veterinary excellence. The York County SPCA’s medical services earned accreditation following a rigorous review of our veterinary protocols, medical equipment, facility and client services.
The York County SPCA is always striving to be the best we can be and we know that AAHA accreditation of our medical services will assure our community that we provide the best possible care to our valued spay/neuter clients, our beloved shelter pets and our CARMA program participants.
Our entire medical team has worked extraordinarily hard to make this challenging dream a reality. Specifically, we would like to acknowledge Dr. Kimberly Mann and Dr. Natalie Weekes for their dedication, expertise and overall awesomeness!
To learn more about AAHA, please visit aaha.org/petowner or connect on Facebook and “like” the American Animal Hospital Association.