SPCA of Northeastern North Carolina

About SPCA of Northeastern North Carolina

The SPCA of Northeastern North Carolina offers dog and cat adoptions to veterans through its partnership with Pets for Patriots, and will help them find their new best friends. Established in 1986, the shelter serves residents of Pasquotank and Camden counties through pet adoption and animal control services.

As part of its commitment to reduce pet overpopulation and promote responsible pet ownership, the SPCA of Northeastern North Carolina offers a publicly-available spay/neuter clinic. To help the most overlooked senior pets find loving homes the shelter offers an ‘SOS – Save our Seniors’ program that discounts pet adoption fees for animals more than five years of age to adopters who are 55 and older.

The SPCA of Northeastern North Carolina welcomes monetary and in-kind donations, including barious pet food, basics and cleaning products; see their complete wish list for details. For a more hands on experience, become one of their valued volunteers or become a member of the SPCA. All membership fees go directly towards the care of animals at the shelter.

Adoption Fees Include:

  • Age-appropriate vaccinations
  • Behavior assessment
  • Collar
  • Flea/tick preventative
  • Heartworm preventative
  • Heartworm test
  • Leash
  • Microchip for permanent identification
  • Pet ID tag and registration
  • Spay/neuter


Contact Info

Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 11am–3:30pm
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: 11am–6pm
  • Thursday: 11am–6pm
  • Friday: 11am–6pm
  • Saturday: 11am–3:30pm
  • Sunday: 11am–3:30pm


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