Founded in 1907, the Winchester SPCA supports the residents of Winchester, Frederick, and Clarke County and the area’s homeless and owned pets in a variety of ways. We offer assistance with low cost spay/neuter and vaccinations of owned pets as well as medical treatment, rehabilitation, and re-homing services for abandoned, lost, and abused animals working in cooperation with the City of Winchester Animal Control.
The Winchester SPCA provides humane education outreach to adults and children throughout its service area and offers hands-on opportunities for volunteers interested in learning more about advocating for animals and humane animal care.
The Winchester SPCA cares for nearly 3,000 animals each year with a dedicated staff of around 15 employees.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Rockaplenty Adoption Center 111 Featherbed Lane Winchester, VA 22601
* Take your time getting to know your potential new best friend. Our staff will introduce you to any pet available for adoption. * Once you have found your match and decide to adopt, a member of our team will happily provide information on the history and needs of the animal. * Complete and submit an adoption application. Provide driver’s license or state-issued identification and landlord information if you rent your home. * Once your application is approved, read & sign the adoption contract. Our staff will explain spay/neuter and follow-up veterinarian requirements to you. * Pay your adoption fee. Our adoption fees vary based on promotions and sponsorships. * Take your new pet home!
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