Please join us for an exclusive preview of the BVSPCA Rescue & Rehab Center.
Sunday, September 9, 2018
19022 Shingle Point Rd.
Georgetown, Delaware 19947
11:00am – Brunch snacks & tours begin
12:00pm – Lifesaving plan unveiled
The BVSPCA Rescue & Rehab Center will focus on helping animals needing more support to be ready for adoption, such as:
• Cruelty survivors
• Disaster victims
• Newborns and infants
• Animals at risk in other shelters
• Pets requiring behavior modification to increase their adoptability
Be one of the first to preview the plans and ground work for this one-of-a-kind facility!
About the Brandywine Valley SPCA
Founded in 1929, the Brandywine Valley SPCA is the first open admission no-kill shelter in Pennsylvania and Delaware. In 2017, the BVSPCA cared for more than 14,000 stray, owner-surrendered, wayward owned, and abused and neglected animals while achieving a 96% live release rate. The BVSPCA provides animal protective services for Chester County and much of Delaware County in Pennsylvania, and it holds a five-year contract with the Delaware Office of Animal Welfare to provide state-wide animal services for dogs. Animals are placed through four adoption centers: the West Chester Campus, the New Castle Campus, the Georgetown Campus, and a PetSmart® Everyday Adoption Center in Dover. In addition, the BVSPCA provides families with safety net and low-cost veterinary services at its three clinic locations: the Malvern Animal Health Center, the New Castle Animal Health Center, and the Georgetown Animal Health Center. Later this year the BVPCA expects to open a new Pet Resource Center in Dover and a Rescue and Rehab Center in Georgetown. www.bvspca.org.