Richmond SPCA pledges to shelter animals: I’ll be there for you
With Thanksgiving approaching, many people have asked us if we’ll be pushing to clear our humane center before the holiday. On the contrary, in the days leading up to Thursday,….
Rescued Bahamian dogs arrive safely at the Richmond SPCA
Before Hurricane Dorian made landfall on the US mainland over Labor Day weekend, the Richmond SPCA brought pets into our care from two Florida shelters, and today we are again….
The importance of microchipping your pet
For anyone who has ever lost or found a pet, you will most likely hear about “microchips.” The misconception lingers that a microchip acts as a GPS tracker. Unfortunately, for….
A heartbreaking story with a vital lesson about neonatal kittens
There are times when, even after all the years I have worked for the Richmond SPCA, I am still awed by our people, both staff members and volunteers, And, to….
Meet Ranger. He’s an adorable 9-month-old pup with sparkling, soulful puppy dog eyes. He was adopted last week into a wonderful, loving family and has bonded particularly closely with his four-legged….
We are proud partners of animal control agencies
In honor of National Animal Control Appreciation Week, Ellen Harrison, coordinator of transfers, gives an inside look at the Richmond SPCA’s partnerships with animal control agencies statewide. We partner with….
An island dog with an embedded collar gets a second chance at the Richmond SPCA
On October 7, 2018, The Richmond SPCA transferred three dogs from Turks and Caicos into its care. These three dogs have made an incredible journey, but one dog in particular,….