Looking for a unique way to honor a pet lover in your life? Sponsor the spay or neuter of a rescue animal. Donations can be made to the SPCA of the Triad at P. O. Box 4461, Greensboro, NC 27404 or here on our web. Donations are tax deductible, and you can designate your donation for this cause.
Did you know that cats and dogs can become pregnant at about 4 months of age? Nursing cats and dogs can become pregnant as well.
Want to save hundreds of lives, or make your own pet healthier? Schedule an appointment for a spay or neuter today.
People and Paws 4 Hope
The Second Chance Program at People and Paws 4 Hope stops the cycle of violence for at-risk kids by teaching them to train rescue dogs.
People and Paws for Hope kids working with Trainer Beth Alexander and SPCA dogs this past Saturday. It was great fun to watch the kids and animals react to each other. This is a great program for both the children in our community and our animals.
Brenda Overman of the Triad SPCA visits the Second Chance Program
Brenda Overman, President and Founder of SPCA of the Triad, joined us for PP4H’S Second Chance training session last Tuesday. Thank you Brenda for being a part of what we do. Brenda’s organization has partnered with us since early 2012, supplying the sweet rescue dogs that our juveniles work with. Our young trainers experience successes that change the way they think and feel about themselves and others. The rescue dogs get adopted into permanent loving homes and become valued family members. Again thank you Brenda and SPCA for allowing Second Chance staff and kids to be a part such ongoing positive, happy outcomes.
These photos are of SPCA Volunteer, Jo Hall, at a recent pet fair at Pet Supermarket. She is talking with a lady and her 2 daughters about SPCA puppy, Mitchell. When they came in to the store that day, they immediately fell in love with Mitchell and later the next week they did end up adopting Mitchell. In these particular photos, Jo is talking with the potential adopters about training Mitchell. Jo recommended a place to take Mitchell in the area that would be ideal for training Mitchell to walk on a leash. Jo also made recommendations on what type of leash would work best on Mitchell. Jo offers visitors to our pet fairs and potential adopters a wealth of information on such matters as training your new dog, how to introduce your new dog to another dog already in your household, how to care for your new dog, etc.
These are photos of SPCA volunteer Eddy Van Hunnik working with SPCA dog, JoJo. Eddy volunteers most Saturdays at Pet Supermarket. Eddy does an excellent job working with our adoptable dogs and the folks that come into our pet fairs each Saturday.
Helping our community and our seniors
These are the Social workers for Senior Resources and Meals on Wheels. The SPCA of the Triad called Monday to see if they needed pet food for their seniors. Ashlyn said I couldn't have called at a better time . Their grant just ran out and they have not been able to buy pet food for their clients. The SPCA is always happy to share with our community. She was so happy.
Southern Guilford Middle School learns to be responsible pet owners
Donna Solomon Triad SPCA Board Member talks with Southern Guilford Middle School about the SPCA of the Triad and how to be responsible pet owners.
Meadowlark Elementary School Raises Funds for the SPCA
Kathy Sterling SPCA of the Triad Vice President accepts a donation for the Triad SPCA. Thank you all for your efforts in raising this money for our fur babies!
Pet Fair Volunteers!
SPCA Volunteers, Sandy & Brianna, enjoy a little mother daughter time together while helping 2 adoptable dogs, Spike & Jake, meet potential adopters at a Pet Fair held at Pet Supermarket last Saturday. Would you like to become an SPCA volunteer and help the homeless animals in our community? Visit our website at www.triadpsca.org and submit your volunteer application today.