Founded in 1929, the Brandywine Valley SPCA exists to end animal suffering and to involve the entire community in the welfare and well-being of animals. They opened the first no-kill open admission shelter in Pennsylvania and Delaware. They care for 14,000+ animals annually and offer services including adoptions, low-cost veterinary care and safety net programs.
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Delaware is the first and only no-kill state in the U.S. Due to the efforts of shelters, animal welfare organizations and government agencies, including the Brandywine Valley SPCA, this achievement was possible. It is important now more than effort for us all to do our part in support organizations like the Brandywine Valley SPCA who do such great work to save the lives of animals across our state.
"The BVSPCA has purchased a former Veterinary Specialty Center that will become a new campus filled with features to support our entire coverage area. Features include a unique ICU, double the clinic capacity, double the cat housing, an outdoor catio, and larger dog kennels with indoor/outdoor runs."
BVSPCA to Open State-of-the-Art Campus
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