SPCA Tampa Bay is the only non-profit, animal welfare agency that runs an open-admission “for-all” animal shelter, pet training facility and public veterinary center in Pinellas County. Our shelter in Largo cares for more than 7,500 animals annually that have been surrendered by their owners, along with injured wildlife.
SPCA Tampa Bay cares for dogs, cats, pocket pets, exotic animals, and livestock like goats and pigs. Animals receive immunizations, medical care, behavior training, enrichment and loving care while they live at our shelter. Our adoptions volunteers work to match families with animals that are a good fit with the family’s home, lifestyle and personalities. There is no time limit for an animal’s stay at our shelter, and every animal receives compassionate care, regardless of its breed or size.
Create a community where every animal matters.
Through passionate collaboration with our community, we transform the lives of animals.
SPCA Tampa Bay is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit locally governed by a volunteer board of directors. Like most U.S. animal shelters, we rely entirely on our program revenue and fundraising to sustain our operations, provide care for animals and serve the community.
- Animal admission, including the care of every surrendered animal
- Animal transport for sick or injured pets
- Lost/found pet assistance, working with our community partner Pinellas County Animal Services
- Wildlife rescue, working with local partners to provide medical care and rehab for wildlife
- Animal cruelty investigation for wildlife and livestock
- Pet adoption, with a focus on matching every animal with a loving forever home
- Pebble’s Food Bank, to provide free pet food to Pinellas County residents facing a financial hardship
- Free pet behavior help line, to address one-on-one behavior issues
- Veterinary care for owned pets