Surrendering Your Pet to the SPCA
The SPCA of Hernando County understands that unfortunate circumstances sometimes occur in life that require people to make the difficult decision to surrender their pet. Our Care Crew makes every effort to make the surrendering process as painless as possible for both the owner and especially the pet being surrendered. Some of the ways we make the transition from home to shelter is by introducing all new cats to their new surroundings in calm, homelike settings. Our new dogs arrive and are immediately taken to our newly created dog park and trails. They are introduced to the shelter and shown around their new home with a dog handler and housed in a calm and quiet recieving area for the first night or two. All of the cats and dogs that we intake into the shelter are safe from euthanization and will be loved and cared for until we are able to re home them to loving forever families.
ALL POTENTIAL SURRENDERS MUST BE ASSESSED BY OUR DOG HANDLER AS "HIGHLY ADOPTABLE"
We are unable to accept sick or injured animals!
We Can Not Accept Dogs with Aggresive Temperment