The Lycoming County SPCA provides financial assistance for low to moderate income residents who live in Lycoming County. Individuals needing assistance need to complete an application. You will need to show identification and your tax return as proof of income. You may show proof of receipt of Medicaid, Food Stamps, PACE, WIC, or other welfare program.
Please come to the SPCA to complete the application, show proof of income, pay any co-payments, and receive information about scheduling your pet's surgery with one of our participating veterinarians. Your co-payment is based on your total household's gross income per year based on your tax return. If you have more than one animal, you will pay an additional co-pay per animal.
If your request is for the spaying or neutering of a dog, you will need to show proof of a dog license or purchase one.
No income -$10,000 You pay 0 to $10
$10,0001-$20,000 You pay $10
$20,001-$30,000 You pay $20
$30,001-$35,000 You pay $30
over $35,000 You are not eligible for assistance.
If you wish to contribute, the Jean Marie White Spay Neuter Fund is an established fund designated for the spaying and neutering of companion animals. If you donate to this fund, the funds are added to the principal of a certificate of deposit account. The interest generated from this fund is used for spaying and neutering. Just make a notation in the memo section that the funds are restricted to the Jean Marie White Spay Neuter Fund. Thank you for helping us save lives.
Our 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 through Lycoming County.
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The Lycoming County SPCA is the county’s only locally run, full-service shelter and operates entirely on the support of its donors. All contributions to the Lycoming County SPCA remain within our community to provide services such as shelter, emergency treatment, investigation and prosecution of cruelty or abuse complaints; adoption and counseling; education, outreach and humane care. We are not affiliated with any other state or national SPCA or other humane societies.