What Is The Warren County SPCA?
Our Mission: The Warren County SPCA is a law enforcement agency dedicated to assisting the sheriff and local communities by providing humane law enforcement services to stray, abused and neglected animals, prosecuting cruelty cases and caring, rehabilitating and adopting animals that have been mistreated. Learn more about the Warren County SPCA here:
- We are a 501(c)3 organization that operates as its own entity but contracts with municipalities for animal control services. We report to and serve in conjunction with the Warren County Sheriff Department. We are law enforcement for local municipal codes, NYS Ag & Markets and can investigate cruelty cases for prosecution.
- We as animal control cover all of Warren County for injured and abandoned cats, wildlife as it pertains to rabies exposure, stable welfare checks upon request, and we handle the dog control for the following towns: Queensbury, Lake George, Lake Luzerne, Warrensburg, Thurman and Bolton.
- We receive about 3,000 calls per year regarding animal control issues. We field calls through our 24/7 hotline which is our answering service 518-793-4048. We respond to calls Mon-Saturday 8am-8pm. After hours calls will be returned and handled the following morning. We do respond to emergency calls after hours at the request of the Warren County Sherriff Department.
- We adopt out over 100 animals a year, and we use local rescue partners to assist in the adoption of cats due to the overpopulation issue of cats in Warren County. We have working partnerships with HOPE rescue, Northshore Animal League and Mohawk Hudson Humane Society.
- We do educational presentations for local schools upon request.
President: Jim Fitzgerald
Board Chair: Darlene Hayes
Vice President: Brent McDevitt
Treasurer: Chad Richards
Secretary: Sheila O’Connor
Director: John Strough
Call us at 518-793-4048 for more information on our mission and services, or contact us online for more information.