Compassion for pets and people in Enid.
Promoting optimism and constructive changes to make Enid a more humane community.
Apart from the psychological and physical benefits of pet ownership, the love, joy and companionship pets provide can mean a fuller, richer life for pet owners.
The Enid Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a non-profit, 501 (c) 3 organization whose mission is to end adoptable pet euthanasia in Enid due to overpopulation. Our shelter is located at 1116 Overland Trail, and we are open Tuesday – Friday 11:00 – 5:00 Saturday 11:00 – 3:00. We adopt out cats and dogs every day to forever homes, so if you are considering adding a new member to your family, please consider adopting from a shelter.
We also offer professional grooming services, and Angie’s Pet Plaza, located in the lobby, features a variety of high quality pet nutrition products and pet-related items. Best of all, your purchases help support our shelter and programs! We also have spay and neuter services for those who qualify, click here for more information. We also provide a pet food pantry for those who need assistance feeding their companion pets.
Take a moment to look around our website. If you have questions, feel free to call us at (580)233-1325, or stop by the shelter. We will be happy to introduce you to our guests! Or, if you cannot adopt a dog or cat at this time, monetary donations are always greatly appreciated. The Enid SPCA is a registered non-profit agency, and all donations are tax deductible. The Enid SPCA is not associated with any national or state agency and relies solely on donations. The Enid SPCA is not associated with the ASPCA. Please consider a monetary donation to assist with the care of the animals staying with us until they find homes.
Spay/Neutered Surgeries Completed
Animal Control Live Release Rate Increased
ESPCA Intake Increased
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Hours of Operation
Closed Sunday and Monday
Tuesday - Friday 11:00-5:00