Join the Rockingham-Harrisonburg SPCA in solving the problem of pet homelessness by donating today!
The Rockingham-Harrisonburg SPCA is an open admission shelter servng about 2,500 animals per year from Rockingham County and Harrisonburg City. Being an open admission shelter means we do not have a waiting list, and require no appointments or surrender fees. We accept all pets from our area regardless of temperament, health, age, breed, size, color, or ability to pay for their care. Just like you, we believe every animals deserves a second chance.
Watch the video below to see animals that are asking for your help!
is to promote respect, compassion, education, and advocacy resulting in a humane and sustainable environment for all animals.
is to end the problem of pet homelessness and the mistreatment of pets.
- An adoption program.
We adopted out a total of 627 animals in 2017!
- Lost and Found services.
We take in lost and found reports for animals in our local community and do our best to match those reports in order to get the animal back to their rightful home! We returned 294 animals to their owners in 2017.
- A rescue program. As an organization we sent 332 animals to rescue in 2017. We are always striving to increase relationships with rescue groups in order to find forever homes for more animals!
- Volunteer program. Volunteers can help socialize animals by cuddling cats or walking dogs. Volunteers are an essential part for providing enrichment for our animals and keeping them happy and healthy.
- Humane education program. During the school year, we give presentations to schools of all ages on how to properly care for animals, about spaying/neutering, and talk about our volunteer programs so students can continue to learn.
- Foster program. We place animals out in foster care when they need a little extra TLC.
Visit our website at rhspca.org to learn more!