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Mar 7, 2013 - Our Clinic is located at the Brougher Companion Animal Shelter in York, Pa
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This page itemizes the many ways in which you can support the Shelter and all of the programs and services that are offered. The York County SPCA is an independent organization and does not receive funds from other charitable organizations. The only way to provide donations to the YCSPCA is to donate to the York County SPCA. Donations to the ASPCA or the PSPCA, or other organizations that advertise on television do not provide any funds to the York County SPCA.
Brougher Companion Animal Shelter 3159 Susquehanna Trail North York, PA 17406
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Dr. Johnston did her undergraduate work in Dairy and Animal Science at Penn State University and went on to graduate from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. Upon finishing veterinary school, she completed an equine internship from 2000-2001 in Rochester, New York. She then went on to small animal private practice at various veterinary hospitals in the Harrisburg area before joining the York County SPCA in 2011. Dr. Johnston resides locally with her husband, Pete, and her son, Aidan. She also has an active shelter-adopted mixed Boxer named Wuzzby. Besides her work as a shelter veterinarian, she is an active member of the Veterinary Medical Assistance Team (VMAT-2) and the local County Animal Response Team and has a strong passion for Veterinary Disaster Medicine. She also enjoys spending time with family, scrapbooking, ballroom dancing and horseback riding in her free time. York County SPCA, a Animal Shelter, in York, PA 17406, address and phone number
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The York County SPCA is seeking a part time veterinary technician for work in our high volume spay/neuter Surgical Center and our shelter’s veterinary wing. Candidates for this position must have experience as a veterinary technician or veterinary assistant and possess the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Candidate must also be self-motivated, a team player, and able to multi-task with limited supervision. Some weekend work may be required. The York County SPCA is an exciting and innovative nonprofit organization dedicated to the welfare of the animals in our community and beyond. If you would like to join our team to work in our premier shelter and state-of-the-art clinic, we welcome your interest. Please send resumes to Melissa Smith at .When finding an injured stray animal, it is very important to seek help immediately. Call 911 and they will arrange for the fastest way to transport the animal to a health facility. We do not have a veterinarian on duty at all hours so bringing an injured animal to our shelter may not be the fastest way to obtain medical treatment. The York County SPCA will respond and transport these animals for treatment. For your own safety, we do not encourage you to approach or attempt to move an injured animal as they may try to bite out of fear or pain. However, if you must move an injured animal for its’ immediate safety, approach slowly and use a blanket and/or gloves to relocate.Our Clinic is located at the Brougher Companion Animal Shelter in York, Pa. It is operated by the York County SPCA and offers low cost, high quality spay/neuter services to all dogs and cats. Our goal is to increase the number of spay/neuter procedures and therefore decrease the amount of euthanasia that occurs in York County. Our address is 3159 Susquehanna Trail North York, PA 17406. We are located at the Emigsville exit from I-83, approximately 5 miles north of York.The York County SPCA encourages dog owners to provide basic obedience training and behavioral modification for their pets to help reduce the number of animals surrendered to shelters. Often, pets are relinquished due to problems that could be easily corrected through professional training by reputable, knowledge pet trainers. The York County SPCA currently partners with the following professional trainer: Deb Sangrey . Deb and her team offer complimentary, monthly sessions to the public for pet related problems. These sessions are held at the York County SPCA on the first Monday of every month from 7:00-9:00 pm. In addition, they also donate their valuable time to working with our shelter pets for certification as Canine Good Citizens. For more information on CGC training, please contact: