Kennel Tech wanted - flexible hours. Call the shelter at 903-638-6902 if interested.
APET SPCA’s mission is to reduce populations of unwanted dogs and cats, and to diligently work toward the goal of reducing animal cruelty, including neglect and abandonment. APET SPCA provides an animal center for strays and reduces population by spaying and neutering all animals prior to adoptions. Also, we recognize the importance of public outreach programs and education to foster a public sentiment of responsible pet ownership. APET SPCA also seeks to expand its SPCA-type shelter in our area to provide refuge and adoption options for a multitude of homeless dogs and cats.
- Increase number of animals saved and rehomed in Wood County.
- Gain a partnership to promote and offer low-cost spay and neuter to the community.
- Conduct educational programs/projects and speak to various area organizations.
- Obtain grants, raise funds, and increase donations to continue our work of keeping animals in a safe and healthy environment.
Our mission will be ongoing as we strive to broaden our area of impact.
Please volunteer, donate, and/or get involved. Join us in our mission to succeed!