Are you struggling to come up with that perfect holiday gift for a family member or friend?
Have you ever considered fostering one of the North Country SPCA’s animals who are in need of some special attention before finding their forever home?
The North Country SPCA is currently running an adoption special, Home for the Holidays, from now until Jan. 1.
The North Country SPCA is currently in need of small and medium buckle collars for our canine friends.
As the holiday season approaches, many families may consider adopting a puppy or kitten, dog or cat as a present for a child or other family member.
Have you thought about fostering an animal from the NCSPCA?
October is Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog month, as well as Pit Bull awareness month.
Have an interest in helping out our furry friends?
The NCSPCA is calling all volunteers!
Have you heard about our special adoption program, Seniors for Seniors?
The North Country SPCA would like to let you know about a great way to remember or honor loved ones while contributing to a worthy cause.
The annual North Country SPCA Benefit Golf Tournament is swiftly approaching!
Have you seen the Summer 2013 edition of Pawprints?
Did you know that children who grow up in households with pets actually have fewer allergies?
The NCSPCA currently has more than 50 adoptable animals eagerly waiting to find their forever homes.
With the cooler weather we have had lately, it’s a reminder that even with the sunny summer days, Fall is just around the corner!
The NCSPCA’s Grand Opening on July 20 was a success, with lots of fun and excitement for everyone, both furry and human visitors!
The NCSPCA is excited to announce our official Grand Opening this Saturday, July 20, from noon to 6 p.m., at our new location, 7700 Route 9N in Elizabethtown.
The NCSPCA would like to announce two upcoming events the weekend of July 20:
The NCSPCA is pleased to announce the selection of Jessica Hartley as its new Executive Director.
Have you visited our Facebook site recently?
The NCSPCA would like to remind you that it’s not too late to take advantage of our June adoption special for cats who are ready to “graduate” from the shelter and move on to the bigger world of their forever home.
Is your pet up to date on his vaccinations?
June is graduation month for many of our family members and friends.
The NCSPCA had a wonderful Mother’s Day recently, with a new litter of Tabby-striped kittens who will be available to go to their forever homes in July.
Have you had the opportunity to visit the new NCSPCA shelter in Elizabethtown?
This week the NCSPCA would like to announce that our first litter of kittens born at the new shelter are now seven weeks old and ready for adoption!
The NCSPCA is happy to announce that we have seen a wave of recent adoptions!
Have you visited the NCSPCA’s website lately?
Although it seems to be getting off to a slow start, the trees are budding and the grass is slowly turning green, heralding the arrival of Spring! Spring Fever always seems to strike my house around this time, and I spend a considerable amount of energy thwarting my cat’s attempts to dart past me every time I open the door.
Our new shelter has been positively buzzing with activity during the past week.
The NCSPCA would like to post a correction to our new phone number, which was incorrectly listed in last week's article.
The new shelter is officially open!
The new Francis Miller Shelter at 7700 Route 9N in Elizabethtown is up and running!
It's official! The North Country SPCA's new shelter is complete and we are proud to announce that we will be opening at our new location on Route 9N, East of Elizabethtown, within the next few weeks.
Have you visited our "animals available for adoption" link on our website lately?
The NCSPCA would like to inform you that we have LOTS of new dogs and puppies at our shelter!
Wow! Our Facebook page has really become popular.
The NCSPCA would like to remind you that it's not too late to take advantage of the January White Sale!
This week, the NCSPCA would like to share some facts about the advantages of spaying/neutering your pets.
Have you been considering adopting a pet from an animal shelter, but have concerns about whether that animal will has a history of abuse or behavior problems?
The NCSPCA would like to remind you that it's not too late to adopt one of our "31 Cats of December" for FREE!
The NCSPCA is excited to announce that our friend Martha Gallagher, also known as the Adirondack Harper, has generously offered to donate 10 percent of her CD sales from her current national tour and online from now until the end of the year!
It's that time of year again! Time for what, you ask?
We at the NCSPCA would like to bring to your attention an urgent need for adopters or fosters for six of our long-term dogs.
At this time of year, many families are beginning to unpack their favorite, most cherished decorations and begin to spruce up their homes for the holiday season.
As the holiday season approaches, many of our furry friends are dreaming of finding their new forever homes and celebrating with a family of their own.
The NCSPCA would like to thank all who participated in making our fifth annual "Fashion for a Passion" show a success!
This week, the NCPSCA would like to announce that we will be waiving adoption fees for all of our wonderful Pit Bull breed dogs the weekend of Oct. 26-28, in honor of National Pit Bull Awareness Month.
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