SPCA Suncoast

We are accepting physical donations - such as food and treats - shipped to the shelter via Chewy, Amazon, etc., but we are asking that in-person donations, such as towels and sheets are held until the shelter resumes full services.  

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We are not equipped to handle  emergencies at our facility. We rely on community partners to help us with our veterinary care.

Pasco County Animal Services

8 am to 4 pm
(813) 929-1212

Animal Emergency

of Pasco

Open 5:30 pm to 8 am, 24 hours on weekends
(727) 841-6575

We recommend stopping by our shelter during office hours

if you are

looking to adopt a pet or use Petango.com. 

Emergencies

Daytime Emergencies

Shelter Pets

After Hours Emergencies

 

The SPCA Suncoast is only equipped to receive fully vetted owner surrender animals (case by case basis).  We are not able to take stray, injured, medical needy animals. Please contact Pasco Animal Control at (813) 929-1212.

 

We no longer house medical equipment at our shelter and rely on community partners to treat the medical needs of our shelter animals.

 

  • We do not offer vet care.

  • We do not offer vaccinations to the public.

  • We do not microchip household pets.

  • We are unable to take medical cases.

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have lost a cat, please click on the link below.

Tabby Tracker is a lost cat database.

 

Adopting a Shelter Animal

 

 

Things to consider prior to adopting a pet:

 

  • The time commitment involved with owning a pet.  Some animals may live up to 20 years.

  • What are your future plans?  Will you be moving? 

  • Some animals do not interact well with children or other animals in the home.

  • Having furry family members also requires a financial commitment - Food, vet care, medical care, toys, etc.

 

Bringing your new pet home:

 

  • Any animal regardless of being a rescue or not, it will have an adjustment period to their new environment.  PLEASE be patient.

  • Changes in an animal's life may potentially cause anxiety for them.

  • During the adjustment period (which may be up to three months), the animal may exhibit temporary behavior.

  • Your new pet may not know it will be staying in the new environment and is nervous it will be moved again.

  • The quickest way to establish a feeling of security for your new pet is to create a daily routine for them. 

 

 

 

 

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