Registration is open for the 5th Annual bow-WOW-walk – April 7th at IX Art Park!

Join us for the 5th Annual bow-WOW-walk, a K-9 2.5K to support the animals and lifesaving programs of the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA. The walk and festival is sure to delight both two-legged and four-legged fun-seekers alike. The walk will begin at IX Art Park and wind through Charlottesville’s historic downtown mall  before returning to IX Art Park for a post-walk festival sure to WOW our doggie friends! The festival will feature human and doggie entertainment, canine competition, treats for pups, and a pack of animal-friendly sponsors.

The walk will take place on Saturday, April 7th at IX Art Park in Charlottesville followed by a post walk festival at IX Art Park. The festival will feature doggie and human entertainment, canine competitions, treats for pups and a pack of animal friendly sponsor booths.

Visit the official bow-WOW-walk website to register and create a team and begin fundraising to help the animals in need at the CASPCA! For information on sponsoring the bow-WOW-walk, click here.

The Twelve Saves of Christmas

We hope you have enjoyed the stories we have selected for the 12 Saves of Christmas, about a few of the animals saved by the CASPCA this year. These 12 represent only a small fraction of the thousands of animals we provide lifesaving care to and save each year.  These stories all have a happy ending because of the tireless efforts of our staff and the generosity of supporters like you!

Meet Annie

Meet Sol and Salsa

Meet Angelina

Meet Burly

Meet Moon

Meet Cookie

Meet Skyler

Meet Angelo

Meet Vee

Meet Prince Lune

Meet Desi

Meet Pumpkin

 

Make a lifesaving gift today.

Your support makes the saves possible!

Thank you from Rollie!


Update: Rollie wants to thank all of her new friends and supporters for contributing the $4000 needed for her surgery!


My name is Rollie and I am a one-year-old German Shepherd mix. I have had a very hard life thus far! I was displaced in Houston after Hurricane Harvey and lived for a while in an arena with a lot of other animals. Some very nice people with Best Friends Animal Society transferred me and a group of dogs, who all really needed a lot of medical attention, to the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA. Since arriving, I have been undergoing treatments for skin infections and heartworms.

The CASPCA veterinary staff noted that I have trouble walking like other dogs. After examining my X-rays, it was determined that my left hip is very abnormal, most likely due to a traumatic injury. It is painful for me to walk and difficult for me to stand normally. I desperately need corrective hip surgery! Until I have this surgery, I am resting, taking pain medication, and receiving lots of love from the wonderful staff at the CASPCA. It is my Christmas wish to be able to walk, run, and play like other pups! 

PLEASE HELP THE CASPCA RAISE THE $4,000 NEEDED FOR MY MEDICAL TREATMENTS AND HIP SURGERY.

Help Rollie Receive the Corrective Hip Surgery She Needs!

 

Find the best Cyber Monday deals and help our animals in need!

Want to find the best Cyber Monday deals on gifts for everyone on your list while helping to save the lives of homeless pets in our community?
 
Shop for good by using AmazonSmile Shop for awesome deals today at smile.amazon.com and help our animals in need! Amazon will donate a portion of each purchase to the CASPCA — at no cost to you! You can also purchase something from the CASPCA Wish List to support our animals this holiday season!

Displaced Hurricane Harvey Dogs Arrive at CASPCA

To further assist in the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, the CASPCA has partnered with Best Friends Animal Society to transfer 24 dogs from Best Friends base shelter located at the NRG Arena in the heart of Houston.  The NRG Arena housed 450 displaced pets where Best Friends made every attempt possible to reunite them with their families, and is now at a point of moving some of these pets to their partners across the country.

These dogs have been among the hardest for Best Friends to find placement for due to their health issues, which will need ongoing treatment. Upon arrival, each dog will receive a thorough veterinary exam to further determine the dogs’ medical course of action.

We thank YOU for your continued support of the CASPCA. Because of you, we are able to assist in rescue efforts and continue to help save abandoned animals. We are so thankful to our community, volunteers,  supporters, adopters and donors that continue to support our life-saving efforts.