The East Bay SPCA now celebrating its 150th Anniversary

By: DogTrekker Staff

Proud of its legacy of innovation and leadership since its founding in 1874, the East Bay SPCA has continuously evolved to address community needs and animal welfare challenges. Key milestones include establishing its first shelter in downtown Oakland in 1922, implementing spaying and neutering initiatives in 1962 and 1988, and opening the Spay/Neuter Surgery Center, the largest of its kind in the country.

The East Bay SPCA expanded its services with the launch of the Dublin Adoption Center in 2001 and the Theodore B. Travers Family Veterinary Clinic in 2013, both earning accreditation from the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). Committed to inclusivity, the East Bay SPCA provides affordable access to veterinary care, education, advocacy, and compassionate approaches to enrich the human-animal bond.

As More Than a Shelter, the organization addresses diverse societal issues and transforms lives. On its 150th anniversary, the East Bay SPCA aims to inspire hope and empathy through its impactful journey. Learn how you can become a foster and donate to help save as many pets as possible.


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