Spca

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  • 5878 E Molloy Rd

    Syracuse, NY 13211

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  • 315-454-3469

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Mon 10am-4pm, Fri-Sat 10am-4pm, Tue 10am-2pm, Wed-Thu 10am-5pm

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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I fell in love today. The perfect cat found me. The SPCA was spotless and everybody was concerned about the pets in their care. I can't wait to get my new son home so he can meet his brother, Lori,Baby, Spooky

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I fell in love today. The perfect cat found me. The SPCA was spotless and everybody was concerned about the pets in their care. I can't wait to get my new son home so he can meet his brother, Lori,Baby, Spooky

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MY SON WENT WITH HIS GRANDFATHER LAST WEEKEND TO PICK OUT A NEW DOG. YOU CAN NO LONGER JUST WALK IN A GET ONE SAME DAY. THINGS HAVE CHANGED, FOR THE BETTER! THEY STAFF IS VERY THOUROUGH IN GETTING ALL YOUR CREDENTIALS, EVEN WANTING REFERENCES. THEY GO OUT OF THE WAY TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE LETTING THE ANIMALS GO TO GOOD HOMES. THE PLACE IS SO CLEAN AND THE ANIMALS ARE VERY WELL CARED FOR AND HAPPY!!

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MY SON WENT WITH HIS GRANDFATHER LAST WEEKEND TO PICK OUT A NEW DOG. YOU CAN NO LONGER JUST WALK IN A GET ONE SAME DAY. THINGS HAVE CHANGED, FOR THE BETTER! THEY STAFF IS VERY THOUROUGH IN GETTING ALL YOUR CREDENTIALS, EVEN WANTING REFERENCES. THEY GO OUT OF THE WAY TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE LETTING THE ANIMALS GO TO GOOD HOMES. THE PLACE IS SO CLEAN AND THE ANIMALS ARE VERY WELL CARED FOR AND HAPPY!!

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My sister just adopted a puppy from the SPCA and had nothing but a positive experience.

The SPCA houses stray puppies, dogs, cats, and kittens. They also had a few rabbits and guinea pigs!

You sign in and give information about what you are looking for. Behind the door are the little adult dogs in cages where you can look and get to know the animals. Biters and aggressive animals have a sign above their cage alerting you to that fact.

Large dogs are kept in bigger cage like cubicles with an opening to the outside and a run.

Adult cats are kept in a large enclosed room with cat trees and other places to lie and play. The younger cats and kittens are kept in cages, one to cage, and separated from the others.

The puppies were kept totally separate from the adult dogs in an open area.

The initial reaction we had was that the place was clean and the animals were well cared for . Obviously the dogs made a ruckus when we went back to see them but that's typical.

If you are interested in an animal, you file an application. You can't even take it out for a quick visit, or pet it until your application is approved. You must give information about past animals you have had and their care as well as your living arrangements.

You have to have your vet fax over a record of your proper animal care.

Once approved, you have three months to return and pick an animal to adopt.

My sister went back after approval and, although he was going o get an adult dog, it was aggressive when they went into a private room (she has children) so she opted for a puppy.

The animals are spayed and neutered and have their shots and are dewormed before you take them home. They also have a microchip in them which will help locate them oif they are ever lost. AN excellent and expensive procedure which is a huge plus.

The cost was $134.50 to adopt this puppy and that included a license and one vet visit to a vet of your choice from a list.

They treat the animals well there and they are tender

4
★★★★☆

My sister just adopted a puppy from the SPCA and had nothing but a positive experience.

The SPCA houses stray puppies, dogs, cats, and kittens. They also had a few rabbits and guinea pigs!

You sign in and give information about what you are looking for. Behind the door are the little adult dogs in cages where you can look and get to know the animals. Biters and aggressive animals have a sign above their cage alerting you to that fact.

Large dogs are kept in bigger cage like cubicles with an opening to the outside and a run.

Adult cats are kept in a large enclosed room with cat trees and other places to lie and play. The younger cats and kittens are kept in cages, one to cage, and separated from the others.

The puppies were kept totally separate from the adult dogs in an open area.

The initial reaction we had was that the place was clean and the animals were well cared for . Obviously the dogs made a ruckus when we went back to see them but that's typical.

If you are interested in an animal, you file an application. You can't even take it out for a quick visit, or pet it until your application is approved. You must give information about past animals you have had and their care as well as your living arrangements.

You have to have your vet fax over a record of your proper animal care.

Once approved, you have three months to return and pick an animal to adopt.

My sister went back after approval and, although he was going o get an adult dog, it was aggressive when they went into a private room (she has children) so she opted for a puppy.

The animals are spayed and neutered and have their shots and are dewormed before you take them home. They also have a microchip in them which will help locate them oif they are ever lost. AN excellent and expensive procedure which is a huge plus.

The cost was $134.50 to adopt this puppy and that included a license and one vet visit to a vet of your choice from a list.

They treat the animals well there and they are tender

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