Lycoming County SPCA is an animal shelter located in Williamsport, PA. Its mission is to protect all domestic animals by providing shelter, emergency treatment, investigation and prosecution of cruelty or abuse complaints; adoption and counseling; education programs; and humane care throughout Lycoming County.
Volunteers are vital to the operation of Lycoming County SPCA. Volunteers help walk resident dogs, socialize resident cats, do general office work and help with special shelter events. Without its volunteers, Lycoming County SPCA couldn’t achieve all it does.
Lycoming County SPCA also offers low-cost spay and neuter to low-income families. And in some cases, it even provides spay and neuter free-of-charge. This very important service in the Lycoming community helps drastically reduce euthanasia rates.
Another special program at Lycoming County SPCA is its cruelty investigation team. It has Humane Police Officers on call year-round and it thoroughly investigates every alleged cruelty, abuse and neglect report.
SPCA International is proud to honor this great organization as Shelter of the Week. To learn more about Lycoming County SPCA or donate to its operation directly, please visit www.lycomingspca.org.
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