Niagara County SPCA


Help the Niagara County SPCA by attending one (or more) of our major fundraisers throughout the year. These events are important to the success of the shelter!


Click on the link below to view our adoptable animals or read about adoption procedures.


Need to surrender a pet to the SPCA? Read more here.

Volunteering & Fostering

Make a difference in the life of a homeless animal by volunteering your time to better their's.

Schedule of Events for Dog Days of Summer:

Saturday 11am:

Vendors, art auction, basket raffles, 50/50 raffle, Cruising for Critters Car Show, flea market, bake sale and food (hot dogs, hamburgers and veggie burgers) and music.

Saturday 12pm - 3pm:

serving chicken dinners from BW's Smoking Barrels (tickets still available at and at the shelter)

Saturday 1pm and 7pm:

Children's games including potato sack races, musical dog beds, water gun challenge, hula hooping contest and sunflower seed spitting contest. 

Saturday Saturday at Dark:

Double feature movie : Sandlot and Marley and Me with a brief intermission between. There will be popcorn and snacks available for purchase during the movies.

Immediately following movies:

Individually wrapped single serving smores packets will be available for purchase. 

Overnight camping:

campers can set up any time during the event. $10 for tent spaces and $20 for RV spaces.

7:30 am to 11am Sunday:

Campside breakfast

11am- 3pm Sunday:

music, vendors, art auction, 50/50 raffle, flea market, bake sale and lunch items (hamburgers, hot dogs and veggie burgers). Event ends at 3pm on Sunday.

What we Do:

The Niagara County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Inc. (the "SPCA"), a non-profit organization, has been serving the Niagara County community since 1894, overseeing the welfare of companion and working animals and assisting the public with animal-related services such as relinquishment, dog control, adoption and pick up of sick and injured animals. Additionally, the SPCA has been a place not only to surrender an animal in need of a new beginning or to adopt a new companion, but a place where parents visit with their children on evenings or weekends to view the animals available for adoption. It is a place to engage the youth of this community and to teach them compassion and respect for all life; human and animal alike. 





Join Our Campaign!

Think Adoption First

Visit our Art Auction page to benefit the Niagara County SPCA here!