Please find below a compilation of local resources
for pet owners and lovers – also check our FAQs!

2020 Fulton County Rabies Clinic

New York State law requires Dogs/Cats/Ferrets to be vaccinated at 3 months of age

Montgomery County ResidentsClick Here for Schedule

Sacandaga Veterinary Clinic
206 Paradise Point Rd. Mayfield, NY 12117
(518) 661-6155
Northampton Animal Hospital
656 State Highway 30 Northville, NY 12134
(518) 863-8631
Greenfield Animal Hospital
3100 NY-9N, Greenfield Center, NY 12833
(518) 843-2882
Galway Veterinary Hospital
5072 Sacandaga Rd. Galway, NY 12074
 (518) 893-6228
Glove Cities Veterinary Hospital
35 Harrison St. Gloversville, NY 12078
(518) 725-8117
Country Valley Veterinary Clinic
5877 NY-30 Amsterdam, NY 12010
(518) 843-2882
Animal Medical Center
101 Progress Rd. Gloversville, NY 12078
(518) 883-6365
Johnstown Animal Clinic
2802 State Highway 29 Johnstown, NY 12095
(518) 762-2327
Fort Plain Animal Hospital
13 River St. Fort Plain, NY 13339
(518) 993-3332
Fultonville Animal Hospital
151 Van Wagenen Dr. Fultonville, NY 12072
(518) 853-3835
Noahs Ark Animal Hospital
2623 State Highway 30a Fonda, NY 12068
(518) 853-4838
Amsterdam Animal Hospital PC
191 Wallins Corners Rd. Amsterdam, NY 12010
(518) 842-0540
Glen Animal Hospital
221 Burley Rd, Fultonville, NY 12072
(518) 922-8561

Animal cruelty encompasses behavior harmful to animals ranging from neglect to malicious killing. Most cruelty investigated by humane officers is unintentional neglect that can be resolved through education.

Intentional cruelty, or abuse, is knowingly depriving an animal of food, water, shelter or veterinary care or maliciously torturing, maiming, mutilating, or killing an animal. Animal cruelty does not include barking dogs, loud cats or loose animals. If you have a problem with a loud animal, call your local police agency. If you see a loose or vicious animal, or an injured animal on the side of the road, call your local animal control.

If you see something, SAY SOMETHING!!! We here at Regional are legally unable to investigate animal abuse, but the Police are able to. If you see suspected abuse, record the information and report it to the authorities. And repeat as much as possible. The number you need to call to report abuse, cruelty, or neglect in Fulton County is (518) 736-2100.

City of Gloversville Animal Control

Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
City of Gloversville Animal Control Website
Animal Control Officer Richard Schuyler

518 -736-2100 24hr

Animals picked up by Animal Control are taken to the Fulton County Regional SPCA located at 117 West Fulton Street.
  • Animal Control does not investigate Animal Cruelty Cases.
  • If the officer finds grounds for an investigation the matter will be turned over to the Gloversville Police Department.
  • The Animal Control Officer does not administer rabies shots or any other shots.
  • The Animal Control Officer does not euthanize animals.
  • Stray and or feral cats are not picked up unless injured.
AreaNamePhone
BleeckerPatty Ashbey518-773-9767
BroadalbinDale Potts518-866-9687
Caroga LakeHoward Dutcher518-835-8209
EphratahDan Robinson518-762-7658
GalwayTom O’Brien518-882-6237 or 518-848-2993
GloversvilleRichard Schuyler518-848-5225
HopeCarol McQuade518-924-2098 or 518-924-5141
City of JohnstownKim Walker518-848-9534
Town of JohnstownNancy Hart518-762-8763
Village of Northville and
Town of Northampton
Vern Duesler518-863-6316 or 518-883-8402
OppenheimTy Stowell518-568-7171 or 518-775-8863
Villiage of Mayfield and
Town of Perth
Joe Passino 518-705-8448
Town of MayfieldKaren Wilson518-775-7633
StratfordKaren Jaquay315-429-3966
WellsRobert Zemken518-775-8835

Adirondack Pets – (518) 844-9379 – a woman-owned, Gloversville-based pet transportation service for emergency and routine transportation needs. Please note that Regional is not affiliated with Adirondack Pets, but they are the only local entity that offers this service.

Six tips for adopting a new best friend – Thank you to Miss Julia, a future veterinarian, for the information!
Five questions to ask before adopting a pit bull – Good questions for any breed

For the health and safety of
our community

Visits to the shelter are by appointment only.