Augusta Regional S.P.C.A. is a cooperative effort between the cities of Staunton, Waynesboro, and the county of Augusta, VA, and private citizens to provide protection and shelter for animals in need. Our mission statement is as follows: * The prevention of animal cruelty * The relief of suffering among animals * The extension of humane education
Our shelter adheres to the following policies: * To provide humane care and treatment for all animals in our care * To seek suitable homes for animals in our care * To provide euthanasia and interment services when necessary
Come Meet Our Pets...
Come Visit us! The Augusta Regional SPCA is located just off Interstate 81. Take Exit 222 to Route 250 East (toward Waynesboro, Virginia.) From Staunton, turn right onto Rt. 638, Desper Hollow Road. Follow approximately 1/4 mile to the SPCA sign on the right at Archery Lane. HOURS: Tuesday thru Thursday-1pm to 6pm . Friday and Saturday-12pm to 4pm Sunday-1pm to 4pm Closed on Mondays
Our Adoption Process...
The adoption fees are as follows: $150.00 for dogs and $110.00 to $125.00 for cats. If an animal is not already spayed or neutered, $40.00 to $75.00 will be credited toward the spay/neuter surgery cost which is the responsibility of the adopter.
We work with rescue groups! Documentation required includes: 1- Official Rescue Name, Phone, and Physical Address 2- Names and contact information for members of the Board of Directors 3- 501c3 Tax Exempt Status 4- Vet Reference(s) 5- Statement signed by a group representative and on the rescue's letterhead stating that to the best of your knowledge no one affiliated with your group (i.e. your foster homes, board members, operators, etc) has been convicted of animal cruelty neglect or abandonment. (This statement is now required (as of July 1, 2003) due to SB 895 and 950.) 6. Verification (if out of state) that your group will report receiving the animal to the VA State Ag. Dept.
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