Adopting During COVID-19
To ensure the safety of our staff and volunteers while providing the same level of quality care to our animals, temporary modifications have been made to our operations until further notice. Adopters are asked to please fill out an adoption application and submit online. If you are unable to complete the form online, please call 717-764-6109 so a time can be scheduled for you to complete the application at the shelter. Once we approve your application, we will contact you to schedule an adoption appointment. In your application, please specify the name and registration number of which animal you are interested in adopting.
Dogs and Cats
The fees for adoption can vary depending on the age and breed of the animal. Included in the fee is the microchip, current vaccinations, relevant testing, and the spay or neuter.
The average adult cat aged 1-5 years is $85. Kittens aged 4 months and younger are $140. Senior cats aged 6 years and older are $45.
The average adult dog aged 1-5 years is $235. Puppies aged 3 months and younger are $260. Senior dogs aged 6 years and older are $175.
If you have questions regarding a specific dog or cat please contact the customer service team at 717-764-6109.
Small and Other Animals
As an open-admission shelter, we accept all animals with the exception of wildlife. This includes rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, rodents, birds, reptiles, and more.
The prices for these animals vary. Generally, rabbits are $55; guinea pigs are $30; ferrets are $40; rodents are between $5 and $10; birds are between $10 and $75; and reptiles are between $10 and $50.
There are numerous horses available for adoption through the York County SPCA. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.