Fulton County Regional SPCA
is a 100% volunteer-run, donation-funded organization
originally founded as Regional Animal Shelter in 2002.
Regional SPCA is in the process of establishing our Humane Law Enforcement Division to better serve the animals in our community. This change will allow Regional to assist our local law enforcement with investigating and prosecuting animal abuse and cruelty cases. Likewise, it will also bring the opportunity for much needed resources for these cases.
Donations are welcome to be dropped off during the Regional SPCA’s operating hours of 7am-9am and 4pm-6pm. Not surprisingly, our most needed donations are monetary (lots of dogs = lots of vet care!) but you can find our list of most needed supplies here. Please contact us to arrange a different time if needed.
Have a little spare time? Love animals? Want to make a difference in someone’s life?
Join the Regional SPCA family and help animals in need!
We need volunteers to help care for our animals and fundraise for our expenses – it takes a village to care for our animals!
We need fosters for both dogs and cats!
Regional’s furkids need YOU!
Due to loss of our meeting space, monthly Board meetings are now done by teleconference via the Teams platform. If you would like to join us, please contact us and we will provide you with call-in information and meeting materials. You are welcome to join by telephone or computer.
Here at Regional SPCA, we believe that all animals deserve a safe, loving home. We also feel that education and awareness is key to eliminating the over population and animal cruelty crisis facing our communities. By offering low-cost spay and neutering services, low-cost rabies and vaccination clinics, and classes on training and healthcare, we are confident that we will be successful in resolving these issues.