|6201 Florin-Perkins Road|
Established in 1894, the Sacramento Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is dedicated to ensuring the humane treatment of all animals in the Sacramento region.
As an independent non-profit organization it receives no federal, state or city funding and relies on private donations from the local community to care for the more than 11,000 animals that come to its shelter each year.
- Low-cost, high quality spay/neuter service for dogs, cats and rabbits in Sacramento County
- Free spay/neuter surgery for pit bulls and pit bull mixes in Sacramento County
- Low-cost vaccinations and microchip clinics for dogs and cats
- Free vaccinations for seniors' (60+) pets
- Free animal adoption for any senior (60+)
- Retail store discount of 20%
- Dog training classes for only $60 (seven one-hour classes)
- Discounted private animal behavior consultations
Other services provided
The Sacramento SPCA is always looking for new volunteers. Those interested in volunteering for this organization must first attend volunteer orientation. Once that is completed, volunteers will receive training that is specific to the area in which they are interested in volunteering.