SPCA of Lake County

Welcome to the SPCA of Lake County


To end cruelty to animals and minimize the number of unwanted, abused and neglected domestic animals in Lake County.

To raise consciousness of the public to the rights and problems of domestic animals and educate owners in proper care, control and responsibility


Spay/Neuter Clinic

SPCA of Lake County offers low-cost, high-volume, high quality Spay/Neuter Clinic three days per month. You will find an application under our 

Spay and Neuter Clinic tab

Low Cost Vaccination Clinic

SPCA of Lake County will be resuming our vaccination clinics in September 2021.  They will be by appointment only - more details available under the Vaccination Clinics tab


In 2015, the SPCA signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Lake County Animal Control to be the hosting facility for LEAP (Lake Evacuation and Animal Protection) in the event of a natural or other disaster.

Little did we know how important our little building would become as a landing spot for many displaced pets during the fires of 2015 and 2016 (thankfully we were only on stand by for 2017 & 2018 fires) LEAP was able to provide the staff to assist displaced families with a safe place to care for their pets at our facility.


Collected dog/cat foor to be disbursed at Point-In-Time Homeless outreach organized by Continuum of Care. Plans are underway to Spay/Neuter pets for the Homeless in Lake County


Everyone can use a hand now and then. SPCA of Lake County assists with monetary donations for emergency needs, In most cases, the money is paid directly to the veterinary clinics.


New for 2020 is our If You Feed Them Fix Them campaign. With sponsorships from various community organizations and our own fundraising, we have a goal to spay & neuter 100 feral cats in Lake County at little or no charge to person bringing them in. These surgeries will prevent hundreds of thousands of unwanted feral cats

Clayton - survivor of the 2016 Clayton Fire fostered by one of the SPCA of Lake County board members