Our shelter veterinarian, Dr. Breech, is responsible for examining all animals placed in foster care.
With the weather warming up, it is an ideal time to take your dog camping, hiking, boating, and other outdoor activities. However, before you hit the trails, make sure your dog is protected from several summer threats – Leptospirosis, Lyme disease and Rattlesnake venom.
We are always improving upon how to best relate to our customers and giving them ease of access to information.
Starting January 2016, our Small Animal Hospital will be offering “Walk-In Wednesdays” every Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Starting on Black Friday at Riverpark, the CCSPCA will be offering special adoption prices for the Home for the Holidays event.
George Milutinovich, CCSPCA Board President, has been awarded Community Champion Humanitarian of the Year!
We are thrilled that GSF Properties, Inc. chose the CCSPCA to benefit from their fundraising campaign this year.
Animal control agencies, SPCAs, and humane societies will soon be eligible to receive grants from the Department of Food and Agriculture to perform spay/neuter surgeries and combat dog/cat homelessness and animal cruelty and neglect.
In early September, the State of California has declared shelter pets to be the official California state pet! The Shelter Pet will join California’s 37 existing official symbols, ranging from the State Flower (the Golden Poppy) to the State Soil (the San Joaquin Soil).
The Central California SPCA is pleased to announce that we have expanded our partnership with Petco to their Madera, California location. The Madera Petco is located at 2140 West Cleveland Avenue, Madera, CA 93637.
For our Fall/Winter issue of Playmate magazine, we would love to feature some of our “alumni” from last year’s “Home for the Holidays” adoption promotion!
This year’s Bets for Pets fundraiser was the best yet! The Central California SPCA profited over $19,000!