Animal Shelters in Westchester County
The Humane community of Westchester responds to pet related problems twenty four hours per day and 365 days annually. In the event that you encounter a stray pet in need of assistance during the day call the refuge straight. When you yourself have an animal related crisis for a stray animal after 5:00 p.m., speak to your regional authorities department. HSW may be informed and deal with the matter.
If you have experienced an act of animal cruelty, please contact the pet Cruelty Unit at Briarcliff SPCA at 914.941.2896. It is extremely helpful when you yourself have photographs or video clip as supporting evidence.
Q: I can no more care for my dog. Am I able to deliver him to your shelter?
A: The Humane community of Westchester is a no-kill, restricted admission business. We usually do not euthanize animals to produce area for another. Due to the daunting amount of stray creatures we rescue each day, we can't guarantee we'll have area for privately possessed pets without advanced level notice. We will accept independently owned animals by session only. In case that room is not offered at that point, we will add your title to your waiting listing and contact you whenever we are able to accommodate your pet. Meanwhile, we are able to assist you in finding a new house for the pet by referring you to specific rescue organizations and detailing your pet on our adoption web page. For more information, e mail us!