Animal Shelter: Placer Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (PSPCA) - Roseville, CA (916) 782-SPCA (7722)

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Placer SPCA Services

The Placer SPCA offers programs designed to help Placer County residents keep their companion animals through difficult times.

Get help with animals at the Placer SPCAThrough the SOS Program, the Placer SPCA offers financial assistance to Placer County residents.

Who Can Seek Assistance

The SOS Program applies to residents of Placer County only, who are truly in need but are, otherwise, responsible animal caregivers. They must be able to demonstrate a history of responsible pet ownership and be able to continue to provide a safe and humane home environment for the animal. The Placer SPCA will rely on veterinarians and their assessment to help identify clients with a history of responsible pet ownership.

Types of Assistance

  • Temporary Boarding Costs: A pet owner who is temporarily unable to keep an animal due to
    relocation or other emergency circumstances may qualify for assistance with temporary boarding costs.
  • Rental Pet Deposits: The SOS Program can help with a one-time pet deposit for a rental unit. The Placer SPCA will contact the property owner/manager to confirm the details of the pet deposit requirement.
  • Veterinary Treatment: The SOS Program is designed to help animals in immediate need with unexpected, life threatening conditions or conditions which, if left untreated, would likely prove debilitating and result in a poor quality of life for the animal, in the opinion of a veterinarian. Candidates for funding are expected to receive a prognosis indicating a positive recovery after treatment.
    Treatment of a cosmetic nature or diseases of a chronic nature, requiring ongoing care or management, will not be funded. Animals with behavior and/or temperament problems may not be candidates for funding.
    It is required that animals receiving treatment are spayed or neutered, or will be altered at the time of treatment if deemed appropriate by the veterinarian.

Financial assistance is available on a one-time basis only, not to exceed $500, only to residents of Placer County.

For more information, please download the SOS Fund Program Criteria.

For questions about the SOS Program or to request an application, please contact the Operations Department at (916) 782-7722 x. 103 or (530) 885-7387 x. 103 or email operations@placerspca.org.

The SOS Program is made possible by generous support from the community, including a grant from the Citizen’s Benefit Fund awarded by the Roseville Grants Advisory Commission.

Want to help? To make a donation in support of the SOS Program, please download this form or click the Donate Now button for secure online donations.

 

Food Assistance

The Placer SPCA is here to help the companion animals of Placer County and their owners in times of financial hardship.  We are happy to donate pet food when available to those in need. Please visit the Placer SPCA during normal center hours or call the Animal Care Supervisor at (916) 782-7722 x. 114 or (530) 885-7387 x. 114 to sign up for food assistance or to learn more about this program.

Additional support:

Behavior Assistance

Renting with Pets

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For more information contact Placer SPCA by calling (916) 782-SPCA (7722) or (530) 885-PETS (7387), send us email or complete our online information request
 

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Animal Shelter: Placer Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (PSPCA) - Roseville, CA (916) 782-SPCA (7722)
Placer SPCA, 150 Corporation Yard Road, Roseville, CA 95678    (916) 782-SPCA (7722) or (530) 885-PETS (7387)    Fax: (916) 782-8655    Email